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  • Fingering Weight Pattern Roundup
  • Rob Colon
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Fingering Weight Pattern Roundup

A few weeks ago I had a few friends over to my house for an afternoon knit group, and after we all got caught up through conversation and knitting projects, we ended up digging through my stash. Unorganized and all over the house, we brought it all into one room and started sorting. It became quickly apparent that I have exactly ten million skeins of fingering weight yarn collected over the past 7-8 years (fun fact - they’re all basically the same color… somehow…). So in the name of spring and summer coming up and trying to knit up my yarn so that my stash doesn’t outlive me, here are some new patterns for March; all using fingering weight yarn. 

Columbina by Ambah O’Brien

This shawl gives us the best of both worlds: easy garter stitch, paired with something a little more interesting and complex. The two-color mosaic knitting sections are perfect as an introduction to this technique.

Suburban Wrap by Joji Locatelli

Joji does it again with the Suburban Wrap. This piece is large, with textured stitches. One end features an inverted V, while the other comes to a point, for maximum styling options. 

Bolan, by Leila Raabe

This flattering tee features a little lace near the collarbone for a feminine accent.

Mulberry Cream, by Buckaloo View

I always have a pair of top down socks on the needles. In my house, in my purse, a pair in the car…you get the idea. The ribbed eyelet pattern is cute and allows for airflow during the warmer months. 

Markle, by Emma Welford

A breezy top with plenty of positive ease and vertical stripes to flatter all different body types. 

Twill and Plain by Marzena Kołaczek

The unusual construction of this light pullover calls for a little more preparation than normal, but with careful swatching you’ll have the perfect textured pullover for chilly summer nights. 

Joy by Veera Välimäki

One of my summer wardrobe staples is a light, lacy cardigan, and Veera designed a perfect, classic, wear anytime cardigan. Perfect bliss - or shall we say joy? 

Written by Emily Brewer, a knitting analogue photographer who has worked on and off in the knitting industry for 7 years for yarn shops, dyers and designers. Find her on Instagram as @tinydotsfibers and view her knitting pursuits at http://www.tinydotsfibers.com/

  • Rob Colon
  • fingering weight knittingfingering weight yarnknitcrateknitting patterns