Charles Voth


Charles Voth has crocheted and knit for 45 years. He enjoys exploring how yarn and texture interact to produce versatile fabrics, which he then uses in his designs. He is a crochet diagram illustrator, and a technical editor, designer, and teacher at LYSs and yarn conventions in both crochet and knitting. He lives with his wife and sons in the Niagara Region, Canada's wine country.

Projects by Charles Voth

Owls’ Nest Top

This summer top features extra large lace eyelets arranged in an ever-expanding pattern as the top-down yoke grows. The knitted lace resembles crocheted lace, with larger eyelets, and is a great breezy shirt that’s perfect for the tail end of summer.

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Woodland Socks

These cozy socks are made of a sturdy tencel wool blend and feature a textured rib in the cuffs that continues down the top of the foot. Worked cuff-down, the yarn is a gradient and the color shifts can be worked gradually or abruptly to form subtle horizontal stripes depending on your preference.

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Reversible Waves Scarf

This reversible scarf features two visually stimulating wavy patterns that complement each other no matter which way the scarf is worn. Using eyelets and strategically placed knits and purls, this scarf swirls effortlessly around your neck.

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