The air is starting to get crisp and that’s my favourite time to pull out bigger projects - that work in progress and yarn pile make for a cozy lap! Here are four patterns that I think would be fabulous for fall knitting.
The Thowback Cardigan - Andrea Mowry
This newly released pattern is a stunning choice for worsted weight yarn! Stay warm during the cooler months and enjoy the touch of pretty colour that it adds. Seamlessly Works flat from the top down and the sleeves are knit in the round, this pattern is great for intermediate knitters.
Different Light by Justyna Lorkowska
If you’re looking for a pretty new shawl to keep away the cold drafts, you might love this pattern. I think the alternating bands make it really pretty without being overtly feminine. What colours would you make it in?
Kenchiku - Julie Hoover
I love how this wrap combines a modern rectangular shape with a delicate lacy pattern! The eyelet pattern adds a delicate aesthetic while remaining structurally durable and remains at an intermediate skill level.
Lineage Sweater - Gabrielle Vézina
If you’re looking for a pretty pullover pattern and are ready to do some stash busting, this pattern is for you! This raglan sweater is worked in the round, seamlessly, from the top down and can be made with either yarn scraps, mini skeins or full skeins. You can make it as colourful as you’d like! It’s great for an advanced beginner - and you’ll even learn a trick for weaving in ends on the go.