Late Fall 2019 Patterns - Part 1

Late Fall 2019 Patterns - Part 1

We're delighted to debut a few new patterns just in time for our fall festivals! Most of these are one-skein accessory projects, perfect for skill building, gift giving, and finding a purpose for that skein you just couldn't leave behind. You can view the whole collection on Ravelry or our Project Gallery.

Special thanks to our friends at fibre space, staff members Darian and Teddy, for modeling.

Catawba Falls Cowl by Wendy Ory

The Catawba Falls Cowl is knit in the round featuring the popular fan and feather pattern updated with an elongated stitch for a more open effect and will dress up your favorite outfit with the sparkle of Estrellita, shown here in Almost Paradise.


Crystalline Pullover by Wendy Ory

Crystalline is a cozy pullover knit in the round from the bottom up. The lower body and sleeves feature a bold stranded pattern with an occasional purl stitch for texture and to harmonize the colors. Raglan yoke decreases use a slip stitch design that flows into a shortened version of the stranded pattern, finishing the top of the yoke. Shown in Yowza in Dark Parchment, with contrast colors Ebony, Quicksilver, and Catherine in Yowza Minis.


Dogtooth Hat by Katrin Schubert

The Dogtooth Hat pattern has lots of sizes for everyone in the family. The pattern has a brim with twisted rib stitches and a simple two-color slipped stitch textured pattern, making it perfect for beginners and newbies. 

The dogtooth pattern is easy to memorize after the first repeat, and it is so much fun to knit and to wear. Shown in Yowza Minis in Chances Are, Indigo Bunting, and Slate.


Now and Forever Cowl by Kelene Kinnersly

The moment is now; the memory lasts forever. The Now and Forever Cowl blends heirloom lace with a modern triangle shawl inspired cowl. It is knit top-down in the round, with a single purl stitch seam to simplify the lace pattern. The 20-row repeat allows you to easily adjust the length of the cowl. The pattern provides both written and charted instructions for an enjoyable knit. It's shown here in Juniper Yowza.


Slackline Mitts by Veronica Parsons

Long slipped stitches stretch all the way around these warm and cozy fingerless mitts. This pattern is stretchy, quick and simple to work, and gives great dynamic results in both variegated and solid yarns. Shown in Berlin Kunlun and Fiddlehead Yowza Mini. The pattern is available on Ravelry and LoveCrafts.


Triangle Puff Hat and Cowl by Cynthia Shavers

This matching slouchy hat and simple cowl are a great way to turn a skein of Yowza into a coordinating set to keep you warm and cozy this winter. The triangle puff stitch provides texture, interest, and style in these intermediate crochet patterns. The hat can be made in three sizes, and there are two sizes for the cowl. One skein of Yowza has enough yardage to make any size hat and the 26”/65 cm cowl. Shown in Londontowne.



Tufted Puffin by Veronica Parsons

Tufted Puffin is a reversible hat with two distinct textures. The smoother knit side is punctuated by tufted, puffy insulating dimples, but turn it inside out and you’ll see a purl fabric deeply crisscrossed with a lattice that really catches light and shadow. Also available on LoveCrafts. Shown in Yummy 2-Ply in this year's favorite color, Mix Tape.

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