Lindsey Ross

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Cowl
This cozy cowl is knitted in the round in a sport weight yarn, using 3 different colors of merino wool. You can switch up the stripe intervals to make the stipes as uniform or as wacky as you want! Continue knitting until all 3 colors are all used up, and then seam the first and last rounds together to create a closed loop that fits easily over...
Crochet: Baby Blanket
This blanket is a great project for the intermediate crocheter, who wants to branch out and try a few new stitch patterns, without the hassle of having to join together dozens of squares in a panel style blanket. (You can crochet this entire blanket, without ever having to break the yarn!)
Crochet: Sleeveless Top
I whipped up this tank top a few summers ago, with my mind on String Summit, the annual bluegrass music festival that my friends and I camp out at every year – an entire weekend of hanging out in the woods, amazing music, delicious food, and some serious lounging. Jesse has promised to give me a nudge when I’m “too old to rock this,” but for no...
Knitting: Pullover
This raglan sweater is knit from the top-down, so there is minimal seaming.
Knitting: Dress
Beginning close to the ankles, the skirt of this dress is knit from the bottom-up, beginning with a fun, lacey leaf stitch to give the bottom a decorative edge, and then continuing in long, spiraling lace stripes all the way up to the empire waist. The top is then worked separately in a crochet shell stitch, and tied around the neck to make an ...
Knitting: Market bag (slouchy)
Crochet: Scarf
This lacey scarf uses a technique known as “broomstick crochet” to form large eyelet holes with spokes criss-crossing beneath them. Worked up in 100% bamboo, this scarf is incredibly soft, drapey, and has a wonderful sheen.
Knitting: Convertible Gloves
Hoodie gloves provide the warmth of a mitten, and the dexterity of gloves. Flip up the hood when you need to reach for change, find your bike key, text a friend; then pull it back down when it’s time to stay warm!
Knitting: Cowl
This super easy cowl is knit in the round at a loose gauge, using alternating rows of garter and stockinette stitch, to create a soft, cozy scarf that you can wrap around once or twice, depending on your preference. Simple eyelet holes are created using yarn-overs around the outer edges to punctuate the borders.