Fall 2019 Pattern Collection - Weekend Getaway

Fall 2019 Pattern Collection - Weekend Getaway

Our Fall 2019 Pattern Collection is here! We're excited to share our latest collaboration with independent designers with you. 

Our concept for this collection was a weekend getaway - patterns that are great pieces to work on or wear while you're relaxing. 

You can check out the whole pattern collection on Ravelry or our Project Gallery. (Each designer is independent, and may choose to sell their patterns on a variety of websites. Our goal is to keep our Project Gallery updated with accurate source information.)

Acorn Mittens by Tanis Gray

Acorn Mittens by Tanis Gray

Perfect for when autumn arrives, these stranded colorwork mittens work up in a double- thick fabric with traditional thumb gusset shaping.

Stylized oak trees sway around the cuffs and climb up the palm side while acorns fall gently to the ground on the outside. Keep your hands cozy as you search for a squirrel’s favorite treat, jump in the leaves, or sit by the fire pit with your tea this fall season. Shown in Kaweah in Volcanic Eruption and Beechwood.

Antiquing by Lynn Everett

Antiquing by Lynn Everett

This top-down cardigan features clever shaping and smart, delicate details in Yummy 3-Ply. Shown here in Antique Brass.

Beach Trip by Lynn Everett

Beach Trip by Lynn Everett

This sweater is a light, simple design with a bit of shaping and smooth finish. It is knit from the top down with set-in sleeves also picked up and knit from the top. The front bands are built in as you go, and the bottom is hemmed for a polished look. Shown in Katahdin in Stowaway.

 Beveled Vest by Irina Anikeeva

Beveled Vest by Irina Anikeeva

This vest, featuring a slanted cut-out on one side and wide long turtleneck collar with a slit, is a study in balanced asymmetry. It's shown in Goldenrod Yowza.

 Boxes and Towers by Kirsten Kapur

Boxes and Towers by Kirsten Kapur

This pattern was inspired by the view from Kirsten's lower Manhattan window of towering skyscrapers, each peppered with windows of different sizes and shapes. Boxes and Towers uses construction similar to log cabin knitting where bold strips of colors combine to create a playful, graphic wrap. Have fun selecting six colors of Yowza Minis to create your own unique combination, or choose a 6-color set - we've put one together especially for Boxes and Towers.

 Eno Pullover by Kirsten Kapur

Eno Pullover by Kirsten Kapur

Perfect for a weekend stroll or over your favorite skirt for a night out, this drop shouldered, boxy pullover will become a staple of your wardrobe. You may want to make several in different colors. Shown in Yowza in Tranquil.

Feather Pullover by Melissa LaBarre

Feather Pullover by Melissa LaBarre

This light but cozy pullover is knit from the top-down with a lovely lace pattern reminiscent of feathers around the yoke. It has the look of an easy-to-wear, classic pullover with just enough detail to keep it interesting. Shown in Yowza in a new colorway, Chinchilla.

Frostwork by Susanna IC

Frostwork by Susanna IC

Inspired by the spectacular window art created by nature during the winter months, Frostwork is a cozy wrap featuring beautiful flowing cable motifs reminiscent of ice- covered foliage and branches. Presented here as a blanket and a unisex scarf, this wrap is worked in one piece, end-to-end, without the need for complicated center grafting. Both pieces are worked in Yowza: the blanket was knit in Platinum, and the scarf in Coal.

Grandiose by Jennifer Dassau

Grandiose by Jennifer Dassau

A triangle-shawl beginning grows on each unique bias side to make an enfolding rectangular wrap with a fun asymmetrical striping pattern, highlighting a main color paired with a mini-skein set in a mix of stripe and eyelet-based stitch patterns. Shown in one skein of Fleur de Sel Yowza, plus Yowza Minis in Stowaway, Tiger Eye, and Zinfandel.

Intermission Wrap by Veronica Parsons

Intermission Wrap by Veronica Parsons

Alternating sections of bold eyelet mesh and garter stitch blocks in this wrap create an interesting effect between solid and open fabrics.

The Intermission Wrap is very simple to work, making it a perfect choice for knit night or travel, and is easy to wear over any outfit when you’re done. Best yet, it’s reversible! Shown in Katahdin in Bougainvillea.

Out & About by Jennifer Weissman

Out & About by Jennifer Weissman

Out & Aboutunites entertaining textures and construction to create a smart, eye-catching scarf. It begins with two quick triangles in its center; then it is knitted out to the two ends. Shown in Yowzain Fiddlehead.

Tsukimi Shawl by Angela Tong

Tsukimi Shawl by Angela Tong

Tsukimi is a wonderful autumn shawl that is knit in Yowza. It is a quick and satisfying knit. It features a garter body with a pretty lace edge. The whole shawl is knit in one piece. Shown in Glowing Lantern.

Vacation Vibes by Lisa K. Ross

Vacation Vibes by Lisa K. Ross

Whether headed out to the opera or off to the farmer’s market, the Vacation Vibes wrap is a chic accessory that will highlight your style.

Beginning at the center with a pinhole cast-on, a diamond shape is created with a strong accent color. Half of the stitches are put on hold while the first side of radiating chevrons is worked, using the relaxing stitch patterns of garter, stockinette, and simple eyelets. This is the ideal project to take with you on your weekend getaway, and the perfect accessory for the next time you head out of town.

We've created 5 new sets in Yummy 2-Ply that work well for Vacation Vibes!

 Weekend Wanderer by Jennifer Weissman

Weekend Wanderer by Jennifer Weissman

Weekend Wanderer blends clean lines of ribbing with gentle curves of lace. This asymmetric fingering weight shawl is knitted mainly in garter stitch and features a column of ribbing and lace along one edge.

This is a stylish, wearable piece, with neat lines and just a touch of graceful lace. Finish it during your weekend getaway, and you can even wear it as you wander! Shown here in Yummy 2-Ply in Amaranth.

 Wellig by Katrin Schubert

Wellig by Katrin Schubert

The shawl is worked in stripes, ordered from light to dark, with the last stripe combining multiple colors. The Wellig pattern is easy to memorize after the first repeat, and it is so much fun to knit and to wear. Shown in 6 colors of Yowza Minis - our Wellig Warm set. (We liked it so much we had to make two samples! The second sample is in, you guessed it, Wellig Cool.)

Wellig by Katrin Schubert

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