Kickstart your spring knitting by casting on one of these transitional weather projects!
A look at 10 inspiring accessory patterns to knit this February!
This is the best time of the year to find knitting inspiration. The season has just begun and there are so many ways to experiment with transitional weather garments in the form of lighter weight items, layering pieces, and hand warmers.
It’s hard to believe the last month of summer is winding down already! The great thing about being a knitter, though, is that the drop in temperatures and shortened days means knitting season is here. I know some knitters who only like to knit when it’s cold out, specifically around the winter holidays in many…
After assembling this month’s Things to Knit, it’s very clear that shawls were big among indie designers in June. Shawls, shawl-shaped sweaters, and wraps were published in full force. It’s no surprise – with their adaptability to different kinds of weather and suitability to lightweight yarns, shawls and wraps are kind of the perfect summer knit.
I love to browse Ravelry, blogs, magazines and Pinterest to round up the 10 patterns I’m most excited about that were released each month. May is a fantastic month to find inspiration because the spring and summer issues of magazines feature lots of interesting lightweight shawls and sweaters, plus fun toys and accessories.
Take a look at 10 newly-released knitting patterns to add to your to-knit list this month.
This collection of 10 recently-published patterns features inspiring ideas with bold color and construction. Check out these short sleeves, lacy wraps, and lightweight accessories for spring!
This post features 10 knitting patterns that have recently caught my eye and are now on my to-knit list.