Rosann Fleischauer

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Sock yarn too pretty to put in a shoe? I agree, Alanya is far too pretty to put in a shoe. The colors just sing as they flow off the cake over the hook and into your own piece of wearable art. In these hectic times we could all use a little break so give yourself a nice break with this easy to memorize row repeat as you mindlessly watch the col...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This fingerless mitts design was inspired by an interest in reinventing stitches and working in new directions while traversing the islands between Miami and Key West watching the azure water ebbb and flow on both sides of the road as we passed over the Seven Mile Bridge and beyond. Azure Dreams features a repeating stitch pattern to create an ...
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
Designed to transition from desk to dock this top is a bit longer to remain comfortable when seated.
Crochet: Bedspread
When you want a bit of comfort on a cold winter night or a splash of color for the back of the sofa, this circular blanket is sure to please. The pattern was written to suit a queen size bed so don’t let the yardage scare you. Crocheted in the round from the center out, stop when the size suits you or keep on going until you run out of yarn.
Crochet: Cowl
You know how there are those yarns that remind you of a moment in time much like a photograph?
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
When you need a quick gift or a fun little project to use up some left over cozy bulky weight yarn, this pair of mitts will surely please. The pair can be made at a cost effective price point using one of my favorite yarns, Universal Bella Chenille. There is something cheerful and inviting about the wide range of colors in which the yarn can be...
Knitting: Throw
This cozy afghan uses lovely purple yarn cakes to create a pentagon-shaped design. Knit in five sections for easier handling when you knit on the road, the sections are blocked and sewn together using a single crochet seam on the back. Shaping is minimal, which makes this the perfect knit for a social evening out with your knitting buddies.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
A funky little stitch to make the brim of this hat match that of the coordinated cowl and then some nice mindless stockinette in the round to the crown. A perfect one for gifting when time is limited and your heart is full of love to give.
Knitting: Scarf, Table Runner
The modular design of this shawl makes it an easy knit to work on while traveling. Take a a few colors with you on the road and knit the scoops then attach them to the cones when you have the space to lay it all out. The cones are knit onto the scoops and to each other so there are no seams.
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
A handy pair of quick to crochet mitts you can wear over your other outerwear for an extra layer of warmth as the cold wind blows or just alone fireside while enjoying a book fireside apres-ski.
Knitting: Cowl
A quick knit for those random bulky skeins you loved the moment you saw them but just didn’t know what to make them into, until now!
Crochet: Vest
This vest is more of a poncho with its generous positive ease, I usually call this type of garment a “voncho” myself.
Crochet: Poncho
Winner - 2020 Local Yarn Store Day Crochet Pattern as selected by the original event sponsor - TNNA
Knitting: Wreath
Need a quick decorative knit for your patio or other outdoor gathering spot this year? Double or triple up on a superbulky in your stash or even dig into the plastic bags in your recycling bin like I did to whip you a quick project to add a bit of style to your outdoor gathering.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
There is something special about a silk scarf, it adds a pop of color to any outfit and bit of mystery about the woman wearing it, much more so than when wearing a grossly oversized shawl/blanket.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Knit in multiple directions and joined using multiple methods this pattern was developed to make even the humble garter stitch in which is is worked exciting.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Imagine the feeling of something as soft as silk but easy to care for that you can wrap up in for a quick run to the beach bar over your bikini or as a wrap to add just a bit of flair to your favorite dock side look when the cool breezes blow in off the water. The simple repeats throughout this pattern make it the perfect crochet project to tak...
Knitting: Dress
Ideal for knitters looking to branch out into more elaborate wearables, this simple tunic is knit from side to side using an aran weight yarn on a US size 8 needle. The end result is a fun-to-wear frock that’s perfect for lunch with mom. Pair it with tall boots and leggings or with bare legs and ankle boots!
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth
This pattern is a simple knit to enhance your home, boat or golf bag. Knit flat and adorned or not with a clip to secure it to your bag this special yarn is sure to please.
Knitting: Clutch
What better way to use up that special skein you picked up on vacation or at your local yarn store over the weekend than to make a new accessory to take to work on Monday?
Crochet: Poncho
Designed with ease of wear in mind, this poncho will become a wardrobe favorite. Even as the temperatures climb the artfully blended yarn will keep you cool as you go through your day from morning salutations to evening vespers enveloped in a soft linen stitch fabric of Uchiwa. When the temperatures go down, pair it with a thermal turtleneck ov...
Crochet: Towel
In need of a towel for those times when you are not in your own comfortable kitchen? Perhaps at a campsite, dockside, at sea or in the back yard manning the barbeque? This towel is the perfect solution; long enough to tuck in an apron tie, around a fitting in the galley or doubled up to grab a pot from the stove.
Knitting: Cowl
Designed as an easy to wear layer when you want the warmth of a cowl and hat but don’t want to carry too many accessories. Push the hood back to wear as a cowl or put it up to wear as a hood with your favorite winter coat.
Crochet: Towel
A bright and cheery addition to your collection of linens. The right size for a hand towel in the guest bath, on the tea tray or in the golf bag. The light hand of the simple repetitive linen stitch makes for a quiet weekend project to brighten up even the darkest of Monday mornings.