Fall 2021 Accessories Part 1

Fall 2021 Accessories Part 1

Here are the first of our 2021 Fall Pattern Collection accessories.

The first eight patterns are live today on Ravelry and our Project Gallery - we'll be back in two weeks with eight more designs!

Around the Blend by Jennifer Weissman

Around the Blend seamlessly combines three triangles to create an eye-catching scarf with bending ombre bands. This reversible design begins with just a few stitches and is knitted almost entirely in carefree garter stitch.

We love this pattern for combining a few of our favorite things - gradients, playing with gauge, and big impact. The fingering weight gradient yarns are held double to match the gauge of DK-weight Yowza. We loved Jennifer's first sample (shown here on the right in the Wildflowers Gradient Set with White Peppercorn Yowza) - and then we had to make a second one to show off a darker colorway, our new Velvet Gradient Set with Slate Yowza.

Around the Blend is available on Ravelry.

Fontaine Cowl by Veronica Parsons

This lacy loop uses a combination of chains and double crochet clusters to form arched open motifs, like a fountain or flowers. We like this pattern because it looks nice from both sides and most stitches are worked into spaces, making the crocheting flow easily. Fringe hides the join and adds texture to the finished piece. For more interest, consider using a contrasting color or texture for your fringe.

Fontaine is crocheted in Garden Party Yowza - it's a great choice for those variegated skeins. The pattern is available on Ravelry and Payhip.

Up the Beanstalk by Jennifer Weissman

Do you share Jennifer's soft spot for botanical knits? We sure do! Up the Beanstalk features meandering vines that sprout into a beautiful leafy border. When wrapped bandana-style, the vines curve gracefully around the neck, and the leaves adorn the most visible edge of the shawl.

This sport weight shawl allows you to indulge in easy cables and a bit of lace. The body is worked mainly in stockinette stitch with intuitive cables that can be worked without a cable needle. In the border, the cables transition to lace leaves that you can watch growing beneath your fingertips. Warm, stylish and so special, the finished shawl is one you will adore.

Up the Beanstalk is knit in squishy round sport weight Yummy 3-Ply, shown here in Beanstalk. The pattern is available on Ravelry.

Velvetine Lines by Jennifer Dassau

Velvetine Lines uses garter striped fabric to interpret the wales of corduroy, and is perfect for two saturated jewel colors in lighter and darker tones that mimic the shading created by the nap of velveteen. Pick shades of your favorite color, or take your shawl in another direction and pair two contrasting colors for a different, bold effect.

Cast on at one end and worked sideways in two beautiful jewel tones, this deep-pointed triangle features skinny garter stripes that expand into striated lines, for a strong but simple visual impact. Easy no-wrap short rows in sets of three alternate between colors throughout the edging, while two-row stripes anchor the body and connect to the edge. Attainable and fun for any level of knitter, this cozy and textured shawl is suitable for men, women, and kids.

This cozy triangle is knit in two shades of Yummy 2-Ply, shown here in Tulipa and Fig. The pattern is available on Ravelry and Payhip.

XOXO Colorwork Snood by Michael Harrigan

This design features traditional Fair Isle XO motifs and Sanquhar patterning worked in two colorways. The snood is designed to be tall enough to function not only as a cowl but also as a head covering.

Worked in just two colors throughout, the pattern makes for a relatively simple yet interesting project.

Our sample was knit in Yummy 2-Ply in Dark Cygnus and Tuscan Sun. The pattern is available on Ravelry.


We hope you try one or more of these patterns out for your fall knitting and crochet! Check out the first of our Fall 2021 sweater designs here.


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