Lee Gant

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Scarf
Pattern uses 3 skeins of Stroll Sock yarn and 2 skeins of Chroma Fingering. I used 2 different colorways in the Chroma (I couldn’t wait to see them both!) but you could use the same colorway throughout the entire scarf. Easy 6 row repeat will become a mindless joy to knit.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Easy Fair Isle pattern with color chart. Hat works up quickly and looks as good as it feels! Due to the large pattern repeat, only three sizes are given, but you can easily adjust with larger needles and/or a heavier worsted weight yarn.
Knitting: Pullover
Start with a picot cast-on (or not) and knit the front with this adorable charted baby dino. Open shoulder with snap closure insures a great fit.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
Easy to follow pattern suitable for the beginner, this top can be knit with any fingering weight yarn. Straps can be tied, or crisscrossed and stitched to back. Lots of sizes to fit a teenager or adult!
Knitting: Scarf, Beanie, Toque
Very easy scarf and hat are worked on the diagonal. The scarf uses 2 skeins, while the hat uses a partial skein. Easy-to-follow directions given for both. Gauge is not important for this project, as you determine the width while you knit. The hat can be made to fit any size head and is worked in the same manner as the scarf. When desired circum...
Knitting: Earflap Hat
This pattern gives you 6 sizes to make in any yarn at any gauge with any needles. Color chart is included as well as written directions. If you have a few balls of stash, this would be the perfect way to use what you already have! Several options given for cast-on which makes this a perfect pattern for the beginner fair isle knitter. Make it pl...
Knitting: Throw
Color charts are given for the entire blanket (tumbling blocks are charted in black, gray and white) with border as shown, but you can get creative and make any border desired. Directions on how to make optional attached I-cord edging are not included in pattern, as there are a lot of video directions out there for you on the net.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Easy to knit garter stich shawlette can be made to any size. Most of one skein was used including the knitted bind-off edging for the 48” width. Any sock yarn or fingering weight yarn will do. This is a great mindless project for a book on tape or your favorite Netflix show, and it makes a great gift!
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves, Cloche Hat
Pattern includes instructions for both the hat and fingerless gloves. The hat starts with a star ruffle and head band, then sts are picked up to finish the beanie-type hat. Fingerless gloves begin with same star pattern, and are worked in the round with increases incorporated for the thumb gusset.
Knitting: Pullover
Teens, especially, will love this soft-as-a-cloud, roomy, over-sized, cropped top with hemmed bottom and ribbed turtleneck.
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
Fronts and back worked separately, sleeves picked up and worked flat to cuff. Instructions for I-cord and zipper install included.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
One skein of bulky yarn at 110 yards for the scarf and one for the hat.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Although the Debbie Bliss is amazingly soft, any worsted weight yarn would be fine. The cable patterns present themselves after completing the border, thus making this a semi-mindless knit for those familiar with cable knitting. Highly suggest using ring-type markers to separate cables for ease in knitting. If you want to increase the width, si...