Tag: Blue Sky Fibers

Starling Pillow

It’s all about texture with this pillow. From smooth stockinette stitch, to purl rows, to boucle mixed with purl rows, and then boucle all by itself. Textural relief mixed with some color play, too. And just to give it that final push, add in poms and tassels. Let’s have some fun this fall!

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Lead The Wave Welted Cowl

This welted cowl is knit in the round with a special two-needle welting technique that’s used to create attractive 3D elements. Small cowls like these are great for practicing new techniques. Plus, this accessory is ideal for weather in between seasons.

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Ahoy May-Tee

This sweater is a lot of fun to knit! It begins by knitting the cable panel sideways, then joining the two ends together to make a ring. The lower and upper bodies are picked up and knit from either side of the cable panel. There’s a little waist shaping for a flattering fit, and once the cable band is joined, it’s completely seamless.

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Garter Twist Tee

This coral-hued top is knit from the top down, so it can be tried on as you knit to ensure a perfect fit. It’s also easy to customize as you go, so you can place the twist lace pattern where you want it and work the sleeves as long or short as desired.

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Windy City Cowl

If you’re the type of person who is always cold, this is your pattern. Made to be ultra warm and stretchy, this quick-knit chunky cowl can also double as a shrug. You’ll never be cold again!

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