Ashlee Lackovic


Ashlee Lackovic is a knit designer who lives in the snowy mountains of British Columbia, Canada. She started designing as an independent designer on Ravelry in 2013 after realizing she was truly obsessed with all things knit. She can become inspired by literally anything but, particularly enjoys bright fun colours and unusual stitch combinations. You can find more about her on blog at

Projects by Ashlee Lackovic

Cambrie Cable Slippers

Nothing is more comfortable than a great pair of slippers. These fuzzy cable slippers are no exception. This pattern uses a simple grey yarn and cable pattern that is lined with a fuzzy, bulky yarn. These slippers feel like a luxury, as the premade fleece-lined suede soles are like pillows for your feet.

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Mirage Blanket

Inspired by the colors of the desert and geometric shapes, this beautiful throw is the perfect accessory for at home or on the go. Wrap up on chilly nights or sit on the grass and have a picnic. Using basic colorwork skills and knit back and forth, this pattern is sure to be a fun knit.

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Purls with Purpose

I believe that learning to knit is one my greatest skills. When I learned to knit, I gave myself a great gift. I learned not only an amazing technique for managing stress, anxiousness and depression, but I also grew my confidence the more I practiced.

Knitting inspires me daily. It pushes me to grow and to

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Knitting for Charity

We all know knitting can be an amazing soothing and relaxing activity. Knitting with the purpose of helping others can be incredibly fulfilling to the soul.  It can also be a great way to contribute to or help those in need. There is no greater feeling than knowing a newborn baby, hospital patient or friend

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Crowd Goes Wild Wrist Warmers

No more keeping your hands in your pockets because it’s too cold to clap. These wrist warmers are a must have on gameday and will look great in any team’s color combination.

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The Touchdown Knit Scarf

A ribbed and striped knit scarf is an understandable classic when it comes to braving the cold for your favorite team. Its beginner-level difficulty means this pattern is an easy piece for you to work up, and it might even become your lucky gameday accessory.

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Tailgating Messy Bun Hat

The ponytail hat trend has arrived just in time to keep your team spirit up no matter how cold it gets. The opening at the top will let your messy bun or ponytail free itself without costing you warmth, and you can even tailor the stripes to match your school’s colors.

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