Rosann Fleischauer

Rosann started knitting when her husband got a boat and decided to take a few weeks and see the coast and she wandered into a local yarn shop during a much needed shore-break. She picked out a book, some yarn and needles to get started, and it turned the whole vacation around. Now ever year while he gets his boat ready for the season, Rosann scours the local yarn stores to build up a stash of projects to do underway, the smaller the better and always in the round with circular needles (because chasing double-pointed needles around the deck is not fun and provides twice as many ways to impale one’s self in heavy seas).

Rosann works with several community groups as a volunteer to teach others knitting techniques. She is always amazed at the number of fellow knitters she's met along the way and thankful to each and every one of them for the pleasure of their company and stories they have told. To this day, Rosann tracks her projects in terms of where she bought the yarn, who she was with and where she went while knitting it.

Projects by Rosann Fleischauer

Kiki Crochet Hood

The Kiki Crochet Hood is more than just a hat. It can transform into a cowl, a dickie, or even a hood, offering endless possibilities to suit your style and needs. Crocheted in multiple directions, this project keeps you engaged and ensures a fascinating and enjoyable crochet journey. Embrace the versatility and creativity of the Kiki Crochet Hood. Elevate your Autumn wardrobe with this stylish and functional accessory.

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Hailey Hooded Cardigan

The Hailey Hooded Cardigan crochet pattern, a captivating and customizable project that allows you to take the beloved granny square pattern to new heights. If you love the rhythm of the granny square and want to explore its potential further, this pattern offers a unique and individualized approach. The construction of this cardigan adds an intriguing twist to the classic stitch pattern. It is worked in the round in two pieces, which are then joined and worked flat. This innovative approach keeps the construction interesting and engaging, making it an ideal project for crocheters seeking a challenge.

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Marilla Cocoon Cardigan

A cocoon cardigan need not be a warm accessory, simply a colorful or visually interesting topper swimwear and summer outfits. The beauty of the piece is the way in which the simple rectangle shape is folded and seamed then worked in the round to complete the front and cuffs.

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Linen Stitch Gingham Blanket

A modern twist on a traditional gingham quilt, this cozy piece is made up of 25 linen stitch rectangles easily completed on the go. Whip up yours while sitting fireside in your favorite oversized chair and enjoy the finished piece all winter long.  

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Nightingale Vest

Modern lines for your Autumn wardrobe, the Nightingale Vest can be worn in a variety of ways. Crocheted from side to side for easy personalization, this vest is a staple item for your fall adventures.

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Sunset Linen Stitch Scarf

The inspiration for this scarf came from the yarn itself.  The long color repeats of Urth Uneek Worsted created thin vertical stripes when crocheted over a longer field of stitches without pooling. The resulting sunset-like lines are pleasing for beginners and experienced crocheters alike as they master the linen stitch.

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Dog Mom Cowl

Winter can be harsh and accessories can be fun.  This simple to scale cowl will help keep you and your four-legged friend coordinated through the worst of the winter. Skip skimpy cowls that don’t stay by your neck and treat yourself to a cowl that will actually protect you. Plus, the matching dog cowl won’t get wrapped up in your dog’s leash and you two will look stylish and cozy all winter long.

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Bleu Dog Sweater

Bleu Dog Sweater

Everyone needs a warm stylish jacket to feel their best on a cold day.  It’s time to rethink the shape of dog jackets to provide better coverage and comfort for dogs and make it easier to get our dogs into their jackets, particularly broad chested breeds and those who do not like to slip their feet into a sleeve. Bleu checks all the boxes and looks adorable to boot.

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Adventure Dog Cowl

Winter can be harsh and accessories can be fun.  This simple to scale cowl will help keep your dog warm when the wind starts to howl.  Crocheted using a hdc through the back of the loop the piece has a soft hand easy to slip over your dog’s head.

To maximize the fit, measure the circumference of the neck and widest part of the head to make sure at gauge you can slip the cowl over his/her head without a fuss

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Circular Chenille Afghan

Crocheted from the center outward using chenille yarn, this large and cozy afghan is a warm welcome to cold winter days. Warm as a woolen blanket and washable, this clever design is a keeper with its faux pom edging in lovely mint.

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