Kim Drigg’s pattern inspiration comes from the ‘V’ shaped feathers of her cockatiel, Merle. Plumage takes flight immediately, carrying us along for the ride with each stitch, while new sock base Knitologie Incline Sock (75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon) shines in this month’s Chill Out colorway, Pygmy Tyrant. The stitches used create the illusion of feathers, and are cleverly paired with an Eye...Continue reading
Raising hands high into the air, the Ringmistress draws everyone’s attention to the center ring as the majestic elephant parade begins! Hannah Thiessen’s Ringleader hand warmers capture our attention. How can you resist these faux cables, from the very first opening CO stitch to the final BO?
This month’s KCM color way Pachyderm is a delicious navy blue. The depth of color teamed with the cables...Continue reading
Our memories are universal, the story of the first time we experienced the comfort, warmth and love of a shawl. Darya has created a truly memorable shawl with “Alma Shawl”. Based on a scalene triangle, making it large enough to easily wrapping around your shoulders and then some. The delicate lace sits atop each solid area like the crest of a wave as the tide gently rolls in to shore. Choose your...Continue reading
Spread the blanket, open the baskets and settle in for an afternoon picnic. Summer is here and who doesn’t enjoy a picnic. When evening approaches after a long day in the sun you will reach for this lightweight poncho as you prepare to settle in and watch the stars. Darya puts stitches together creating a beautiful drape and texture, which makes knitting her patterns so much fun. Making this piece...Continue reading
Why do we knit our own socks? This is a question all of us are asked by those who don’t knit at least once. This months sock pattern from Kay Litton answers that question. Because they are FUN! This whimsical trailing cable pattern catches the eye and teases us with each stitch to keep going, like sprinkles on ice cream and playing with puppies at the same time: sheer delight.
This pattern mixed...Continue reading
“Happiness is held in the seed and expressed in the flower it produces.” What a lovely image to describe Kristy’s pattern. The stitches in this pattern remind us of soil, seeds and flowers. Each stitch is placed carefully within the pattern, stitch-by-stitch as if seeking the sun to ultimately bloom into these beautiful socks. The yarn provides the “soil” for her stitches. As every gardener knows,...Continue reading
How quick can we cast on these socks? The variegation of the yarn and the way Sarah combines twisted stitches, knits and purls creates a textural and visual interaction that brings excitement with each stitch without overwhelming you. The touch of cashmere adds warmth and softness for comfort, and the choice of stitches help to provide that much needed “snug fit”. Pick these socks up as part of...Continue reading
We could spend HOURS going through gorgeous new patterns on Ravelry–and the good news is that we have, so you dont have to! Check out these new releases in Knitting and Crochet and dream up your next project.
Color Riot, by All Knit Up
Looking for something to do with some mini skeins or leftover bits and pieces? We love a good scrappy project, and this new shawl that comes out mid-month is perfect!Continue reading