Here are some of our featured designs. Click on the image to purchase a pattern. Check back often, as Sam always has an idea swirling in her mind's creative eye.
Devonshire Knots Knee High Socks
Knee High socks are all the rage. We personally haven’t worn knee socks since we were teens (and yes, they were a tube style which says a lot!). Although the pattern is intricate, it is definitely easy to complete. devonshireKnots is so pleased to release this pattern along with the “boy” version as our inaugural socks. If you aren’t hooked on knitting socks, we think after this, you will be!
These mitts are everyone’s favourite here at devonshireKnots because of their pure “gushiness”. This double knit pattern is a simple pattern once you get your head around the idea of knitting an inner and outer fabric at the same time. Don’t get caught up in the finished product but rather the individual stitches and you’ll be fine.
This slouchie hat is part of the “Wilson” collection. During the design process we tried the finished hat on several ladies and it always seemed to fit beautifully and comfortably.
Worked in an Alpaca-Merino-Silk (or any suitable DK weight yarn), this hat is perfect for keeping your ears and head warm on a cold walk.
This slouchie hat is part of the “Wilson”collection. During the design process we tried the finished hat on several ladies and it always seemed to fit beautifully and comfortably. Worked in an Alpaca-Merino-Silk (or any suitable DK weight yarn), this hat is perfect for keeping your ears and head warm on a cold walk.
The ultimate scarf is the final item in the Wilson Trio set. This scarf is so versatile, you might never need another. Knit with either 2 or 3 panels, and using your own imagination for square placement, you can customize this scarf with colour, pattern and size.
River Stones Shawlette
Taken from the misty hues in churning surf, River Stones (shown in Silk) is light and airy enough to ward off an early-evening chill or delicate enough to be that finishing touch on the
Snowflakes are falling Double Knit Mitts
Don’t you just love the feel of a snug pair of woolen mittens? Choose any dk weight yarn to compliment the classic white snowflake and the double-knit technique will do all the work to make these mittens perfect!
Double knit mittens mean you don't need a second pair underneath on those chilly windy days and then there's the bonus of the mittens being reversible.
Snowflakes are Falling Double Knit Toque
The word Toque is Arabic for “Round” and “Taqia” for “Hat” originally for something “Round” that has an opening. Rather like a hat. Literally it is a type of hat with a narrow brim or no brim at all.
Our toque (or tuque if you prefer), appeared in popular culture in 1870. In Canada, the current meaning of the word is a knitted winter hat but these hats are known in other English-speaking countries by a variety of names, including beanie, watch cap or stocking cap.This pretty toque is double knit for extra warmth and is reversible.
Sometimes you need a quick gift that can be knit in an afternoon. This cowl fits the bill as it can be worked up in a Yummy Yarn Studio gradient ball or a chunky handspun. Named after Sam’s daughter-in-law, Kaeley, this cowl was knit to wear on her quick walks to work and unlike a scarf, this won’t bunch under her jacket and with only a little effort, Sam can knit up several more in various colours to match Kaeley’s choosen ensembles.
Devonshire Knots Signature Sock
Finding a Man’s sock that is fun to knit can be a challenge. At Devonshire Knots, we’re all about stepping up to a challenge! This sock is especially striking when worked in a tonal yarn. The pattern is intricate and yet easy to complete.