Dawn Adcock

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
This dressy but practical head and neck covering starts with a scalloped garter edge, then a simple shell lace with garter stitch for the main body. The tube width is slowly narrowed for a snugger fit around the head and face when worn up, and to sit neatly around the neck when worn down.
Knitting: Sleepwear
Designer Note: This is the same design as my “I’ve Got a Secret Nightie”. “I’ve Got a Secret Nightie” is the name used in the book “New Ideas for Today’s Knitting”.
Knitting: Slippers
These felted wool slippers are quick to knit, and extra warm. Shown here before and after felting. A pocket is added to the top of a basic beginner’s sock that holds a felted wool pouch insert. The pouch is filled with dried rice or grains before closing, and then it is micro waved and inserted into the slipper pocket for long lasting warmth. N...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
From the designer’s website: A baby or toddler sized hat knit sideways, with fun popcorn edged cuff and top fringes knit on as you go! The only finishing is a final seam of cast on to bind off edges. (A provisional cast on may be used instead, and edges grafted, if a seamless hat is desired). Both sizes of hat use the same instructions, the siz...
Knitting: Cape
A little girl’s cape with lots of room for movement and play, that is quick to knit using chunky brushed yarn that also gives lots of body and warmth. Worked top-down with easy shaping, and a simple decorative crochet scallop bind-off that gives extra-cute girl appeal. A standard bind-off may be substituted if desired. - Description from Design...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Using ribbing in your socks doesn’t have to be boring! These socks incorporate 3 steps of ribbing in their design. First, the custom ribbing on the cuff is designed to flow into the lines of the Popcorn and Lace Rib pattern on the leg. Then this simple combination of stitches is both functional and decorative at the same time. The ribbed struct...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
A sock pattern of tricks for shaping stockinette stitch socks for a better, snugger fit to hug your legs and your ankles, but without interrupting the stitch pattern of the self-patterning sock yarns. Features special ankle stitch shaping and graduated top ribbing. A unique concept for those great patterned sockyarns!
Knitting: Sleepwear
From Designer’s Website: A simple to knit, yet sophisticated looking nightgown. Soft for sleeping or lounging, with a graceful, flowing skirt, adjustable waist, and loosely knit eyelash top that easily adapts to different widths.
Knitting: Knee-highs
Traditional men’s kilt hose worked in a worsted or medium weight sport yarn, with a simple to work but fancy looking crossed stitch spiral rib worked around the cuff and then in columns down each side of the leg. The spiral rib is then split in half at the heel flap divide and worked as a two stitch twist mock cable down the sides of the foot. ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
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Knitting: Baby Blanket
This baby blanket is also a handy wrap-up bunting with an attached hood, and sides that are secured by a bottom “flip-forward” pocket. When not being used as a bunting, the blanket can be used as a conventional flat baby blanket. It features a center back hole for easy car seat belt use (works well on most safety seats, but the 5-point harness ...
Knitting: Child Doll (American Girl, Sasha, etc)
For 18” dolls, with Bitty Baby 16” doll version included.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A simple to knit and snuggly soft hat to comfort a loved one going through chemotherapy treatments.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A double layered sockweight yarn hat creates a thin
Knitting: Scarf
A simple but fun to knit and wear beginner scarf, or non-beginner! This project gives the new knitter a lot of practice with knit stitches, and repeatedly binding off and casting back on to create the fringes. Also fun for experienced knitters to create a warm and unique scarf that is funky and frilly, but not too much.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Lace mesh ornament covers to dress up your tree. Instructions for both hand knit and circular machine knit(Barbie Knit Hits or Mattel, etc) ornaments included.
Knitting: Bonnet
A simple and pretty baby bonnet worked in one piece, no sewing. The shaping is worked by turning the back of the bonnet, much like a square heel.
Knitting: Toys and Hobbies - Other
A Beanie Baby sized sleeping bag worked in a double knitting technique (one that creates an open center, not joined sides as in reversible colored double knit technique). There are no seams to sew on the bag or the attached pillow! While being worked back and forth on straight needles (or circular needles used as straight if you prefer), a pouc...
Knitting: Brooch
I began making these for my guild members to wear at our first Knit Out shortly after 9-11, and just wanted to share the simple pattern with any other knitters who wanted a quick and easy way to show their support for our nation.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
From the Designer:
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Fingerless mittens to keep your hands warm and fingers free in the chilly weather, indoors and out!
Knitting: Ankle Sock
These baby socks are knit in fine gauge yarn, and are sized to fit even the chubbiest feet without binding. The two alternating color seed stitch rows provide a cute chain around the ankle, or simply work the leg plain if you wish. One each of two pairs of mirror-image sets shown to give idea of how dark and light versions look.