My Knitting Patterns

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Ravelry: Short Circuit pattern by Jo Torr

Short Circuit pattern by Jo Torr

Ravelry: Short Circuit pattern by Jo Torr - join the KAL until end of May

Ravelry: Uptempo pattern by Jo Torr

Uptempo pattern by Jo Torr

A combination of cables and moss stitch panels decorate the sides of these toe-up socks, with the leg pattern continued in a slightly more simple form on the foot.

Ravelry: Walk on the Wild Side pattern by Jo Torr

Walk on the Wild Side pattern by Jo Torr

you just can’t beat a good striped sock (at least among the members of one of my favourite Ravelry groups).

Ravelry: Twisting Leaves pattern by Jo Torr

Twisting Leaves pattern by Jo Torr

This toe up sock features a lacy pattern, reminiscent of leaves, framed by tiny cables. The heel is worked in Eye of Partridge pattern.

Ravelry: Go Faster Stripes pattern by Jo Torr

Go Faster Stripes pattern by Jo Torr

Everyone that’s knit this shawl so far - myself and all my testers - have played yardage chicken, trying to eke out just one more stripe before the yarn runs out, and as knitters we all know that the only way to beat the chicken is to knit faster!

Ravelry: One Step at a Time pattern by Jo Torr

One Step at a Time pattern by Jo Torr

This is a ladies’ toe-up sock, with a traditional heel flap and gusset construction. The design is classic but not dull, with nods towards Art Deco styling.

Ravelry: Crossrail pattern by Jo Torr

Crossrail pattern by Jo Torr

It’s not often I let my husband help choose the name for my patterns, but this time I think he was right - this pattern does look like train tracks!

Ravelry: Go Faster Stripes pattern by Jo Torr

Go Faster Stripes pattern by Jo Torr

Everyone that’s knit this shawl so far - myself and all my testers - have played yardage chicken, trying to eke out just one more stripe before the yarn runs out, and as knitters we all know that the only way to beat the chicken is to knit faster!

Ravelry: Crossrail pattern by Jo Torr

Crossrail pattern by Jo Torr

It’s not often I let my husband help choose the name for my patterns, but this time I think he was right - this pattern does look like train tracks!

Ravelry: Walk on the Wild Side pattern by Jo Torr

Walk on the Wild Side pattern by Jo Torr

Ravelry: Walk on the Wild Side pattern by Jo Torr

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