by Carol Anderson

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All these patterns are knit with very simple to follow directions and require little or no sewing

or special finishing techniques. Each book has a personal story that is fun to read.

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Carol's Cowls

 A fun pattern, using a skein or two of specialty yarn or stash. Pattern includes six different designs, including cables and special ribbings plus eleven variations. Scarves can be adapted to mobius’ and will make great gifts.

Celia's Blankie

A wonderful blanket that offers many variations and possibilities for creativity. This blanket can be knit in any weight yarn of your choice. Once you knit the first square you will be able to figure out how many squares you will need to knit to get the size blanket you desire.this can be knit in an adult size or for a child and can be knit in one color or a combination for a patchwork effect. Let your imagination go wild

Rambling Rows Afghan Pattern
A wonderful pattern with instructions to knit in 3 sizes Full ( 60"x72"), Lap Robe ( 45"x54") and infant (30"x36") this is one project you will really enjoy. The pattern is offered for worsted weight yarn on a #8 or #9 needle but can be knit in a thinner yarn on a smaller needle which will change the finished size. This is a wonderful project for using up your left over yarn. This 5 color afghan is made up of 3 different size blocks knitted in garter stitch. Since each block is knitted by picking up stitches from its neighboring block there are no seams. Ends can be woven in every few blocks and a border added for a more finished look.
***yardage: FULL* MED**SMALL
Color A 520----260----- 130
Color B 780---- 390---- 195
Color C1040----520---- 260
Color D 780----390---- 195
Color E 780----390---- 195

The Grabbit - Is it a blanket or a bag?

A great baby gift,

lays flat like a blanket or becomes a bag. Perfect for those last minute items to pack before leaving the house! Begin knitting on 12 center stitches and increase until work becomes a 36” square. Finish with 1-Cord.Handle. Can be knit either as an octogaon or square

The Wonderful Wallaby Pattern now offered in two versions

This pattern is Carol Anderson of Cottage Creations most popular and best known sweater pattern.A Hooded Sweater for all ages
This is actually a hand knitted version of the hooded sweatshirt.with a front pocket. It is unisex and therefore perfect to be handed down. This is the pattern that made Carol Anderson well known and remains her best selling pattern. It is Knit in worsted weight yarn (240yards per skein)
Children sizes: 2, 4,(2 skeins)6, 8, (4 skeins)10, 12(5 skeins)
Adult sizes:petite(31" chest, 5 skeins), small (8-10-33"chest, 6 skeins), medium (12-14, 36" chest, 7 skeins), large(40"chest 8 skeins), x-large ( 44" chest 9 skeins)and super size (48" chest 10 skeins)

The Wonderful Wallaby for Kids or Grown-ups
now split into two versions becasue of digarams
Updated with fifteen diagrams, this “next generation of the Wonderful Wallaby features a placket with button closures, built-in I-Cord edging, 2×2 ribbing, alternative yoke decreases and a shaped hood. Knitted in the round, worsted weight yarn, circular and dpn’s.
Kids R38 Size 2-12 (23”-32” finished chest measurement) Grown-ups R39 includes 5 sizes, Petite through Super-Size Adult (34”-52” finished)


Cottage Creations Babies & Bears Sweaters
The perfect sweater for easy dressing and undressing a baby, this pattern is not quite as simple as the Wonderful Wallaby because it requires some counting and thinking. While it is very interesting to knit it may not be the perfect take along knitting project. The pattern is well written and easy to follow

The Log Cabin Afghan Revisited
A great pattern to use up your stash of yarn this afghan is knit as a series of squares which are then joined together to form strips and when you have two strips finished you join them together using the three needle bind off technique which is carefully explained and illustrated. The book is filled with suggestions for patterns and colors and is fun to read.

Rambling Rows Jacket for the Family
Based on the same concept of the Rambling Rows Afghan this sweater is a bit different from the other patterns because there is a small amount of sewing required to finish

Rialey's Sweater
This is a pattern for a pullover and matching cap with a bit of color work to give it a Scandinavian touch.
Children's sizes 2,4,6,8 10