We're excited to share the first of three installments of our Fall 2017 Pattern Collection with you! We have lots of great sweaters and accessories coming up to keep your needles flying.
Brickyard by Elizabeth Doherty
Comfortable and stylish, Brickyard takes its name from the easy garter-based ‘brickwork’ pattern in the yoke. It’s designed to create visual harmony, no matter your figure. Knit in Kunlun in the new colorway Londontowne. You can see more pictures on our Project Gallery page or jump directly to Ravelry to get a copy of the pattern.
Amalgamation by Kirsten Kapur
This fun-to-knit, two-color shawl is worked from one point, increasing outward. The body of the shawl is worked in a combination of garter stitch stripes and a mosaic pattern. The stripes and mosaic pattern are worked all in one row. Mosaic knitting is a great way to achieve colorwork without having to carry two yarns at a time; instead, slipped stitches create the colorwork pattern. The shawl ends with a border of the slipped stitch pattern. Knit in a Duo of Yummy 2-Ply in Dunes and Walnut. You can see more pictures on our Project Gallery page or go directly to Ravelry for the pattern.
Laventeli by Suvi Simola
Laventeli is an open front cardigan with a beautiful V-neck lace collar. The cardigan is worked seamlessly from top down, the body back and forth and the sleeves in the round. The collar edges are finished with an i-cord that is worked simultaneously with the collar. Two lengths are given, for a regular length cardigan and for a long one. Shown here in the longer length. Knit in Woodbury in Provence. You can see more pictures on our Project Gallery page or jump directly to Ravelry for the pattern.
Pocket You, Kangaroo by Hanna Maciejewska
Pocket you, Kangaroo! has the casual looks that make you fit in when hiking or attending games, but still gives you the gratifying comfort of a garment tailored exclusively to your unique body shape. Knit in Yowza in the new colorway Fig. You can see more pictures on our Project Gallery page or jump directly to Ravelry.
Iolite by Susanna IC
Iolite combines modern lines with simple textures and yarn overs creating unique surface interest on both sides of the shawl. Iolite is knitted simply in one piece, starting at the center of the top edge without the need for a garter tab, and it is shaped into a practical elongated triangle using double increases at the center and along both edges. Iolite is a fun and easy one-skein project, perfect for quick last-minute gift knitting. Knit in Yowza in the new colorway Iolite. You can see more pictures on our Project Gallery page or jump directly to Ravelry.
We'll be featuring two more installments of fall patterns soon.