The Apollo Sweater


Pretty much since I found out I was pregnant & having a boy, I have been obsessed with having this Apollo sweater from the movie “the Shining” for him. Leave it to the ever so talented other Pipers Girl (Jeanette) to make an even better version. Isn’t it perfect!? Its pretty spooky around this time of year because of its Horror film connection. Wear it all year round and its an absolutely adorable sweater for a little one! Our knitting pattern comes in a PDF for instant download and is sized for a child 2-6. We also offer yarn kits, which are a great deal because they comes with all of the beautiful yarns we used with just the right amount & the pattern(high quality wool blends that are washable).

Click here to purchase our PDF Knitting Pattern for The Apollo Sweater

Click here to purchase our Kit for The Apollo Sweater

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Foxy Scarf for Little Ones


Fall is here! Get your little one ready and so stylish by knitting them this adorable Foxy Scarf. It is pretty simple to make and will have everyone asking where it came from & than begging you to knit one for their little one. The pattern comes in a PDF and will fit most 2-5 year old children perfectly. My son just turned 4 and he wore this one all of last year too. Also, we have a limited number of kits available with oh so soft Debbie Bliss Luxury yarns, all that you need to make the scarf, plus the pattern, shipped to you. Now I want one for myself! Click the links below to purchase:

Foxy Scarf Kit with pattern & yarns

Foxy Scarf PDF Pattern

The Inaugural Hat

This is the little black dress of winter hats.  I have one that I wear constantly, and it works with everything in my winter wardrobe. It is knit in the round, with the little bow edge knit at the end. We made ours using Rowan- 4 ply wool yarn, we prefer black , of course. You will need 2 balls, some needles and off you go! The best part about it is we are giving you the pattern for free!

Click here for the Inaugural Hat Pattern in a PDF

P.S. We call it the Inaugural Hat because we got the idea for it from a newscaster who was wearing a similar one during Obama’s televised Presidential Inauguration. She looked fabulous, and we became obsessed with making one!