Star House Cowl by Mindy Wilkes

Have you seen the Spring 2014 issue of Interweave Knits? We’re in love with this gorgeous and luxurious merino and silk lace cowl designed by Mindy Wilkes. The Star House Cowl alternates rings of doubled “hems” and lace patterning, creating an accessory with heft and dimension—yet one that’s still delicate. Star House Cowl details Finished…

Craftsy Mystery KAL Launches!

It’s finally launched! After months of preparing, the Mystery is revealed! We are knitting a chunky cabled cowl in our Superwash Chunky yarn. Want to knit a great, quick holiday project? This one-skein chunky cowl can be an exercise in learning to knit cables for the first time. Here’s the details… Knit-Along start date: November…

Bloodwood Cowl by Mitenae

The Bloodwood Cowl is a unisex, two-colour, two-skein fingering-weight cowl that features a striking zig-zag colourwork pattern. Mitenae, a knitter and Ph.D student in Western Australia, was inspired by her landscape: I live backed onto bushland. Kangaroos roam through the gardens in summer and the trees, predominately Marri, also known as Red Gum, weep a…

Moonvine Cowl by Fiber Dreams

Laura Patterson of Fiber Dreams designed this lace cowl in our SweetGeorgia CashLuxe Fine (in Lawn). Moonvine is a cowl, knit in the round, starting and ending with just a touch of garter stitch to help prevent curling. Once past the edging, every row is a pattern row—if you want to rest, you’ll need to…

Barbara Cowl by Shannon Cook

I heart Shannon Cook at Luvinthemommyhood… she is an inspiration, with her cute sewing patterns, stunning photography and accessible knitting designs and style. Her cowl design seemed like the perfect thing to knit with our new Trinity Worsted, cashmere-blend heavy worsted yarn. We are so happy to offer Shannon’s pattern, the Barbara Cowl, as a…

Lineal Cowl & Wristwarmers

To feature our new Trinity Worsted, cashmere-blend worsted yarn, Grace and I tag-teamed to design this cowl and wristwarmer set. One skein of Trinity Worsted will make either the cowl or the wristwarmers. Pick up two skeins to make an extra long cowl that can be wrapped twice or to make the full set. Get…