Patterns

This is the page where I will post some new, some old, favorites; feel free to print and share these patterns. Please include copyright information if you print them. Please do not post these patterns on line without my permission. I do not mind, however, if you link to the pattern page. Not to be used for commercial purposes.

  1. If you are looking for a basic sock pattern, you can find one here. It has a few extras thrown in for your additional knowledge.
  2. The Newfoundland mitts are an old favorite in my neck of the woods. The weather here is very cold and the mitts are like waffle underwear, designed to trap heat.
  3. Turning a Sock Heel Cheat Sheet.
  4. Kitchener Stitch Cheat Sheet.

If you have any questions regarding these patterns, drop me a line: creativewhimsy(at)gmail(dot)com

15 responses to “Patterns

  1. I absolutely love your Nfld. Mittens pattern!!! I’m about to attempt my first pair. My late Nana made mittens similar to these and they are my most favorite of all. Thank you for sharing your pattern, its very sweet of you and made me feel all warm and fuzzy with the many cherished memories it has invoked.

  2. Roberta Daniel

    I WAS SO PLEASED TO FIND YOUR WEBSITE!I COME FROM N.F.L.D. AND LOVE OUR TRADITIONAL PATTERNS,AS DO ALL THE “MAINLANDERS” UP HERE.I HAVE 2 GRANDCHILDREN,AND WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOUR CHILDRENS PATTERNS FOR SOCKS AND MITTS.THEY BRING BACK MEMORIES FROM MY WONDERFUL CHILDHOOD,AND I WANT TO SHARE THAT WITH MY LITTLE ONES SO THEY WILL KNOW WHERE THEIR HERITAGE IS FROM.THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SHARING WITH US ALL.MERRY CHRISTMAS,AND DANCE A JIG FOR ME!

  3. Michele Rideout

    Hi, I recently found the newfoundland mitten pattern which i have been looking for about 3 years now, but was woundering if this pattern is laso for kids also. Have made them for adulds but would like to make them for my granddaughter who is 3, so would i put less stitches. thanks so much

  4. Kelly Davidson

    Hi I read something about a hat done in the newfie pattern and would love to have the pattern. I love doing the mittens and it would be nice to make a complete set for the kids and adults. I would appreciate the pattern if you would email it to me. Thank you so much

  5. Susan

    Hi I heard about the newfie mitts from an aunt and looked them up on google and it brought me right to you. I have made the ones for adults but am looking for a pattern for kids any advice would be appreciated. thanks alot

  6. Kasandra

    OMG I am so lost and confused LOL. I just finished purling the last 2 rows before the thumb and I have no clue what to do next. Any information would be a hugh help!!

  7. HI MY NAME IS VERA KERR ILIVE IN NEW BRUNSWICK,I HAVE A PROBLEMGETTING STARTED WITH THE HAND WILLYOU PLEASE SEND ME ANY HELP YOU CAN?verakerr@Gmail.com
    verakerr

  8. valerie

    i am looking for the pattern for newfoundland mittens for children,can you
    help me

  9. kim

    Hi, I love your website. I am looking for the trigger finger gloves that are used by hunters and fishermen. Do you have this pattern?

  10. valerie

    i would love to get some old patterns and the pattern for newfie mitts for
    children, and i will not share without your permission

  11. helen Slaunwhite

    Can u make these on 2 needles?

  12. pat kollee

    love these mitts ,do you have info for children s sizes?

  13. connie

    I’m looking for the newfoundland map pattern for mittens? Also, the discloth pattern if anyone has it and willing to give it for free or let me know how much

  14. I am also looking for the Newfoundland map pattern for mittens and the dish cloth…thank you

  15. karen

    wow that sounds interesting I would like those too if some has it to share

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