About Us
A small, independent design studio, Impeccable Knits specializes in creating unique patterns for hand knitting. Located in the beautiful Ocean City of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, nestled at the forks of the Thames River, our Impeccable Knits team revels in publishing patterns for fabulous knits ~ happiness abounds!!  

Studio hours for pattern support are Monday - Friday, 10am - 5pm and Saturday mornings by chance (Canada: EST or EDST).
 
Impeccable Knits is the publishing label for knitwear designer Luise O’Neill. Her work has been published by Twist Collective, Knit Picks, Knit Picks IDP, Cooperative Press and Louet North America. Her In Tune collection was published by Knit Picks (2013) and her work is included in the following collections: Hitch: Patterns Inspired by the Films of Alfred Hitchcock, Knit Picks’ Under 100 Knit Collection and Sailor’s Valentine (Cooperative Press - tbp 2015). All of her designs can be found on her Ravelry designer page.  
 
There is a Ravelry group ~ the Impeccable Knitters Gathering Place ~ for those who wish to see the latest Impeccable Knits designs, join in KALs (knit-a-longs), ask questions, chat about which IK pattern they are knitting and just share some fun. 
 
Cable Love! 
Luise's love of cables and twisted stitches is reflected in many of her designs and she loves experimenting with new techniques (see the Techniques pages on the site for some great tutorials) and adding something special to each design. If you love cables you've found the perfect place! 

Our Commitment to You 
Our team strives to present you with knitting patterns that are accurate, complete and enjoyable. We know, however, that sometimes our best efforts are not enough and errata may slip through; for this we sincerely apologize. If we have overlooked a detail or you have any questions or comments please write us at patternsupport@impeccableknits.ca. We’re always happy to help. 
 
Selling Finished Objects  
Being a small business ourselves, we encourage entrepreneurship in hand-knitters who would like to sell items personally hand knit from our patterns, whether for charity or personal profit. If you would like to acknowledge the pattern’s source and / or designer then we thank you for your generosity. We wish you much success! :) 
 
Question or Comments 
We're always happy to hear from you -- send your queries or comments to info@impeccableknits.ca.
Press
March 2015 
Impeccable Knits is featured in VOGUEknitting's Spring/Summer 2015 Made in Canada section.
December 2013
Luise interviewed by Robin Hunter for her How to Become a Professional Knitter blog segment.
February 2013 
Adela wins the Elann Winter 2012 Designer Contest.
Pattern Sample
Buying online without being able to inspect a pattern can be tricky, so here's a sample layout of an Impeccable Knits pattern. Almost all of our patterns have both charts and written directions and this is always clearly noted in the pattern descriptions. Many of our patterns include picture tutorials.
Shopping
All knitting patterns are provided in downloadable PDF format only. If you have any questions prior to purchase please feel free to contact us at info@impeccableknits.ca. 
 
For your safe and secure shopping experience, we use Ravelry.com to host and sell all of our knitting patterns. Ravelry provides both a shopping cart and a single pattern purchase option; PDF pattern files are available for instant download upon completion of payment. Beginning April 1, 2015, to comply with the new EU VAT regulations, VAT will be added to all patterns sold to our EU customers based on their country of residence. 
 
To purchase a pattern, simply click on its buy now button below the picture on our pattern page; the 'more information' button will open that pattern's individual Pattern Details page on Ravelry.com. 
 
All purchases are priced in USD.  
 
Selected patterns are available through Patternfish, Knit Picks and via Twist Collective and Cooperative Press publications. Please Note that as of January 1, 2015, Impeccable Knits patterns will no longer be available on Craftsy because of the new EU VAT legislation.
Errata
Our team strives to present you with a pattern that is accurate, complete and enjoyable. We know, however, that sometimes our best efforts are not enough and errata may slip through; for this we sincerely apologize.  
 
This page lists any errors that we are aware of in patterns that we have published. During their lifetime, often patterns are rejuvenated and republished. Please be sure you have the latest version of the pattern. 
 
If we have overlooked a detail or you have any questions or comments please write us at patternsupport@impeccableknits.ca. We’re always happy to help.
Be sure to always download the latest available pdf for all of our patterns. Errata listed below are for legacy purposes for those working with older copies of patterns.
Pattern Name
Latest Version
Correction Made
Page 12: Outer Moss Stitch Border 
2 beginning parentheses are missing in the Setup Round (marked in red below); it should read as follows: 
Setup Round (dec / inc): M1P, (k1, p1) 3 times,
([k1, p1] 2 times, k2tog, [p1, k1] 2 times, p1) 5 times, (k1, p1) 3 times, k1, M1, k1, pm; * k1, M1P, (k1, p1) 3 times, ([k1, p1] 2 times, k2tog, [p1, k1] 2 times, p1) 5 times, (k1, p1) 3 times, k1, M1, k1, pm; rep from * 2 more times to reach the EoR. ~ 67 sts between each set of markers
A Celtic Quilt 1
v1.2 (Apr. 15, 2015)
June 4, 2015: Stitch Note 
(no update has been issued)
Page 4 - the 'w&t' (as defined in the Abbreviations section on page 3) only wraps the stitch; it does not turn the work.*
THESE ERRATA ONLY APPEAR IN the In Tune printed book purchased through Knit Picks and individual patterns and eBooks purchased before Apr. 28, 2014. 
Chart key: 
the "B" stitch should have both a RS and WS definition. RS: purl tbl; WS: knit tbl. The 'k3tog' below the 'B' stitch should also have both a RS and WS definition: RS: knit 3 together, WS: purl 3 together 
 
Back Right and Front Left Shoulder Chart: Labels below this chart have the 'begin' and 'end' terms reversed
On Ravelry v1.1 published Nov. 2013. 
If the individual pattern or eBook was purchased April 28, 2014 or later through Knit Picks these errata have been corrected.
Aniron
Under the Skirt heading: 
“Work R69 – R84 (R69 – R84, R69 – R84, R69 – R100, R69 – R100, R69 – R116) of Chart B.” 
should read: 
Work R59 – R84 (R59 – R84, R59 – R84, R59 – R100, R59 – R100, R59 – R116) of
Chart B.
Emlyn
v1.1 (Mar. 31, 2014)
Bottom Border Chart: 
R1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 should begin "K4, p2"
Ever the Wind Shawl
v1.2 (Nov. 27, 2013)
Grafting instructions: should read 'hold WS together'
FoxxyLady Shawl
v1.1 (Mar 3, 2014)
In Tune book (published March 28, 2013 by Knit Picks) 
Page 20, column 2; the paragraph just above the Crown heading should read: 
"Continue with MC, knitting every round until hat measures 7.5 (8.25, 8.75, 9, 9.25, 9.5)" / 19 (21, 22, 23, 23.5, 24)cm from cast on edge, or desired length before crown shaping."
Fragmentary Slouch Hat
Chart D on page 10, Row 21: the 3/3RC symbol should be shifted one stitch to the left, the column 14 stitch should then be worked as a purl; the written directions are correct. 
The Abbreviations list on page 3 has two extra definitions which are not necessary; the 2/2LPC and 2/2RPC should be removed as they are not used in the pattern.
Glen Moir Vest
v1.4 (Dec. 12, 2014)
The heart chart and directions were upside down in the original version of the pattern.
Heart of My Heart Socks (child)
v1.1 (Mar. 30, 2014)
The Chart key on page 3 was missing the M symbol (for Make 1 - definition on page 2).
Lennanshee Socks 
v1.1 (Jul 8, 2017)
Written Directions ONLY for Sailboat pattern: 
R22: K1, p1, k1, p5, k1, p12, [k1, p1] 2 times, k9, p6, k1, p1, k1. 
 
Written Directions for Sailboat pattern: 
R51: [K1, p1] 2 times, k15, p1, k1, p1, k17, [p1, k1] 2 times.(this error is in v1.2 only)
Lighthouse Magic and Nature's Child Baby Blankets
v1.3 (Feb. 19, 2014)
In the Written Directions ONLY 
R236: K2, p27, [k2, p2] 2 times, k3, p2, k10, p2, k3, p2, k2, p2, k6, p4, k2, p25, k1, p5. R264: K2, p29, [k2, p2] 2 times, k4, p4, k4, [p2, k2] 2 times, p4, k2, p31, k1, p5. R280: K2, p25, [k2, p2] 2 times, k4, p4, k4, [p2, k2] 2 times, p4, k2, p27, k1, p5. R296: K2, p21, [k2, p2] 2 times, k4, p4, k4, [p2, k2] 2 times, p4, k2, p23, k1, p5.
Margaree Harbour Shawl
v1.4 (Jun 23, 2013)
Chart D, page 14: 
R137, sts 77 - 81 should be purl sts, not knit sts; this error appears in the chart only
On the Moor Shawl
(Nov. 7, 2013)
v1.3 (Nov. 24, 2013)
Written directions updated to include all sizes 
Chart key updated
Twillingate Scarf
v1.3 (Mar 9, 2015)
The two longest circular needles listed in the Needles section i.e. 40" / 102cm and 48” / 122cm are not required
Sauriel
v1.2 (May 26, 2014)
Written Instructions ONLY: Corrections have been made to the introductory paragraphs for the Transition Chart (2), Main Shawl (Chart 3) and Main Shawl (Chart 4). There are no errors in the line by line instructions, just some row references in the lead-in text were referencing chart rows rather than the row numbers of the instructions that followed.
Winds of Change: Foehn Shawl
v1.1 (Jan. 4, 2014)