In my design work I offer many exciting knitting patterns for sweaters and accessories. Challenge yourself with texture, cables, and colour work!

Please visit my Patternfish store or my pattern store on Ravelry for my most up-to-date listings of patterns available for sale. I thank you for your interest!

[Please note: for queries regarding patterns, please email me directly at crazy.knitting.lady[at]]


March31-DukeSt3 CatherinePullover1

Rustique3 WomensShire3



  1. stitchbklyn · ·

    Your work is beautiful, very inspirational. I love your colors!

  2. […] have finally made some progress on my Neptune High argyle […]

  3. […] July 23, 2010 — cschutrick I think I may love Royale, 4 or 5 patterns down. Posted in Linkage. Tags: cables, knitting, sweater. Leave a Comment […]

  4. Kathy Dane · ·


    I am knitting your Revival socks at this time, but I seem to be having problems getting the twisted stitches to balance. The left twisted stitches look straight and crisp, but the right twisted stitches look uneven and “wonky.” Do you have any hints to correct this difference?

  5. Knitlexia · ·

    Looking at your stuff, I’m not very good. My self esteem level after 3 projects has plunged considerably. Back to work on my shawl that started out as a scarf.

  6. […] Revival Socks by Glenna C. […]

  7. GeniaKnitz · ·

    Where do I find the pattern for your Highness socks, pretty please?

  8. Oh, thanks for asking! It’s not released yet but it will be soon! This month for sure.


  9. Oh boy! I am equal parts inspired and dismayed. I thought, “Sure, I can knit!” Now I’m not so sure. Thanks for the blog inspiration! I’m just starting mine and will definitely add you to my blogroll :)

  10. […] then it sat for another three and a half before I took a picture of it.  The pattern is Royale, by Glenna C.  The yarn is Tanis Fiber Arts Green Label aran weight, Stormy colourway.  The pattern was good, […]

  11. […] Glenna's Viper Pilots […]

  12. […] Glenna’s Viper Pilots […]

  13. Glenna,I must admit, at present, most of your patterns seem far beyond my depth, but they are so beautiful they give me something to aspire to.

  14. Love your blog. Where can I find the pattern for your plain ribbed socks. Do you do toe up .?thanks

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