Fall 2017 Pattern Collection - Part 3

Our final 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. 

Angular Momentum by Renée Callahan

Angular Momentum
Angular Momentum is a rectangular wrap featuring color-block intarsia knitting on the bias to create a graphic, contemporary accessory that is easy to wear and a pleasure to knit. Using three gorgeous skeins of fingering weight yarn (shown here in Cara Cara, Pewter, and Quicksilver) it is versatile and would look great with super brights, variegated, or even a restrained palette of neutrals. Check out lots of color combinations on the Woodbury Trios page (or maybe consider Yummy 2-Ply or Caroline), and grab the pattern from Ravelry.



Chasse by Isabell Kraemer

Chasse

Chasse starts at a single point and grows into an asymmetric triangle. This shawl is half lace and half garter stitch, shaped with a sideways construction that forms a crisp line between the two by using some clever increasing and decreasing. Shown in Yearning in Espresso - but we think it would look good in just about any color! You can see more photos on the Project Gallery or Ravelry.

 

Fittonia by Carina Spencer

Fittonia

Touches of lace circle the yoke and decorate each side of Fittonia, adding a bit of fancy to its wearable, gentle a-line shape. Knit top down in Katahdin (shown in Sea Teal), this seamless pullover is drapey and delicate with a graceful neck opening, three quarter sleeves, and a split high-low hem - an elegant choice for layering over a camisole or simple dress.  See more photos on our Project Gallery or download the pattern directly from Ravelry.



Lunik Bay Pullover by Amy Herzog

Lunik Bay

This sweater is great for fall, and fun to knit as well – a simple texture on the sweater’s yoke and a low and- lower asymmetrical hemline keep things interesting. A scoop neckline and slightly slimmer sleeves than the traditional drop-shoulder update a classic silhouette. It’s worked in pieces from the bottom up and then seamed; slight waist shaping on the back of the sweater keeps the fit from being too boxy. Shown in Yowza in Moonscape. See more pictures on the Project Gallery or Ravelry.



Shelldone by Hanna Maciejewska

Shelldone
Shelldone is a triangular shawl knit from side to side on the bias in one piece. Its classic and clean look is broken up by series of lace sections with a shell-like stitch pattern, making this shawl interesting to knit and to wear. Shown in Hot Shot in Monsoon and Nutmeg - but this would also be great in any two colors of fingering weight yarn. We have lots of Duos to choose from!



Zoetrope by Julie Turjoman



Seamless top-down construction, a relaxed fit, and draping cowl neck set off by the colorful striped body make the Zoetrope pullover a perfect layering piece. This casual yet chic top is a great introduction to top-down design for advanced beginner knitters. Shown in Yummy 3-Ply in Nutmeg and Cedar. check out more photos of the details on our Project Gallery page or get the pattern from Ravelry.

 

You can see the rest of the fall patterns on the blog if you've missed them: Part 1 | Part 2

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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sylvia freedman

I would like to make the 3 color cashmere cowl I would like to make it flat
not sure it can be done easily if so then I will get it from Ravelry
best sylvia

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