It’s been a few months since I posted about new patterns. I have been slacking on the blog and really only talking about patterns via Instagram and the Monthly Chatter videos.
Some of the patterns were previously published in I Like Knitting and Cast On magazine, so if you have a subscription there, they are all still free for you! But if you like to purchase your patterns individually and from my Ravelry shop, you’re in luck.
I’m going to talk a bit more about these in November’s Monthly Chatter video, but for now, check out some of the newest additions to Ravelry:
The Chevron Sweater was featured in Cast On’s Fall 2016 issue. Now available for individual purchase, I updated the pattern to be knit in the round, I added an extra size so it goes up to 2X, and one of my favorite details is the ribbing around the neck and shoulder. It’s knit with worsted weight yarn so it goes fairly quickly!
The Summer Sweetheart Sweater was featured this past summer in I Like Knitting. It’s a fitted sweater that’s knit in the round with a lace yoke, and the clever wordplay in the title of course refers to the illusion sweetheart neckline. Double check the gauge on this one to ensure the best fit – I’ll have more on that fun reminder in this month’s video!
The Strawberry Wine Top is a little out of season, but in case you want a start on next summer or you live down under, I thought I’d include it! It’s knit with bulky cotton yarn with a textured oyster stitch. My favorite detail though are the sleeves!
The Golden Classic Skirt is one of my faves. I love the shape of it, but also the pleats have crossed stitches inside, which is so much fun. This skirt was knit for spring, but because it is knit, it would easily work with tights during the winter!
The Cozy Vintage Wiggle Dress is still one of my favorites. Inspired by Mad Men’s Joan, go ahead and show off all of your curves this holiday season! It knits up quickly in a super bulky yarn and will definitely keep you warm as you run around to your holiday parties!
If you participated in the fall KAL, you already know about this one! But since I never officially announced it, I am doing so now. This is another one of my winter knits featuring super bulky yarn and the herringbone stitch. It’s so sturdy and structured, and I love carrying it when it’s cold outside!
The Berkeley Slouchy Hat was something I created for a friend, and I just adore oversized cables on a slouchy hat!