Dana Gervais

Dana Gervais is a knitwear designer based in Ontario Canada. She knits. A lot. Dana was taught to knit when she was just a wee girl by her Grandmother. She has been designing knitwear for family friends and pets for many years and enjoys designing knitwear for magazines, books, and self-publishing.

She has far more ideas than time and her yarn stash has its own bedroom in her house.

In her previous life, Dana has been a Financial Planner in the Wealth Management industry, worked as a credit counselor for a non-profit community agency and managed her own property management business.

She lives with her amazing husband, 2 super-awesome kids, 2 furry-lovey dogs and 1 fluffy-charming cat.

You can see lots of yarn and knitting porn on Dana’s Instagram feed: _knitalot_
You can see sneak peeks of upcoming designs and opportunities to test knit Dana’s designs on her Facebook Page
There is more yarn porn and random thoughts on her Twitter feed: knitalot924
She hangs out at Ravelry: Knitalot924
In addition to Ravelry, Dana’s designs can be found on Craftsy and LoveKnitting
She blogs at and can be reached by email at

Projects by Dana Gervais

Father’s Day Finest Socks & Scarf

A knit alternative to the traditional Father’s Day tie, make dad a pair of socks and a scarf to match. These socks are designed specifically for men’s feet, features wide circumferences, a square heel and rounded toe. The easy to memorize stitch pattern has a masculine look and results in a light fabric, making it an ideal sock for warmer weather. The scarf is cozy, but lightweight, and is an easy knit that will keep him warm and stylish. The scarf is knit using a simple two-row repeat.

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Sunday Brunch Skirt

Sunday Brunch is a contemporary interpretation of a classic wardrobe staple, the pencil skirt. It is feminine, fitted and can be dressed up or down with a simple switch from pumps to flats.

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Constant Companion Shawl

This oversized yet cozy and elegant shawl is inspired by nature and the world around us. The beautiful green hues of the scarf are reminiscent of the last of the green grass on a crisp fall day while yarnovers and decreases create little lacy paw prints throughout

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