Fall 2017 Pattern Collection - Part 2

Fall 2017 Pattern Collection - Part 2

Our second installment of patterns from our Fall 2017 collection is here. We are delighted to have been able to work together with so many talented designers for this collection. We hope you are inspired!

Arrow Cowl by Lisa Hannes

The Arrow Cowl features a mix of different stitch patterns and textures worked in two contrasting colors. A mosaic motif in the center creates an eye-catching arrow.
Choose your two favorite colors with good contrast to make this cowl, which is fun to knit and easy to wear. Check out lots of color combinations on the Caroline Duos page, and grab the pattern from Ravelry.

Frozen Leaves by Ewelina Murach

The Frozen Leaves pullover features a crisp sideways lace panel on both front and back. With a relaxed fit, a split hem, and smart construction details, this will be both a pleasure to knit and wear. Shown in Woodbury in the new colorway Catbird. You can see more photos on the Project Gallery or Ravelry.


Miss Eyre by Hanna Maciejewska

The beautifully textured lace details on Hanna Maciejewska's crescent-shaped Miss Eyre shawl make it a must-knit accessory. Sport weight Yummy 3-Ply in the new colorway Japanese Maple makes it a wonderfully squishy and richly colored project. See more photos on our Project Gallery or download the pattern directly from Ravelry.

Opteka by Isabell Kraemer

Opteka is classic Isabell Kraemer design - simplicity and easy knitting combined with thoughtful embellishment. This seamless, top-down pullover is knit in Killington in the new colorway Moonscape. See more photos on our Project Gallery and get the pattern from Ravelry.

Polarstern by Katrin Schubert

From the moment this design hit our radar, it took our breath away. Two-color brioche knitting in a unique star shape makes Polarstern an absolute showstopper. Knit in versatile Yummy 2-Ply in Mad Hatter and McHale's. Check out more photos on our Project Gallery as well as Ravelry (you can see the stripes better there).

Slanted Pockets by Jutta von Hinterm Stein

Knitted from the top down in reverse stockinette stitch with a simple slip stitch pattern, the Slanted Pockets cardigan gets its special effects from an unusual outline and knitting direction. The slip stitch lines define the body and cut a fine figure for a flattering shape. Choose from several shaping options to knit the perfectly fitting cardigan for you! Knit in Yowza in Gomez; check out more photos of the details on our Project Gallery page or get the pattern from Ravelry.


You can see the first installment of fall patterns here on the blog. The third and final installment of our fall patterns is coming soon.

Have you started or are you planning on knitting any of these? We'd love to have you join us in our Ravelry group for our fall knit along!

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1 comment

Always l love your knitting patterns.Nice , good colours.


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