The Earth Day Knitting Collection
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Knitting is a wonderful way to connect with nature and express our love for the environment. In honor of Earth Day, we’ve rounded-up a collection nature-inspired knitting patterns that feature a variety of eco-friendly and sustainable yarns. These patterns range from delicate leafy motifs to nature-themed home décor and clothing Some popular yarns used in these patterns include recycled cotton, organic yarn lines, and even yarn made from recycled plastic bottles and denim. These sustainable yarns not only reduce waste but also offer unique textures and colors that add to the beauty of the finished projects. By choosing to use eco-friendly yarns, knitters can make a positive impact on the environment while creating beautiful and meaningful pieces that celebrate our planet.


These ankle socks are inspired by the geometric design of leaves and are worked in a beautiful Fair Isle pattern. Knit from the top down with two colors of yarn that show off the ankle ribbing, heel, and toe, the heel is worked as a flap and gusset heel and the toe is grafted as a wedge toe. The end result is a beautiful Fair Isle design that gives a subtle nod to nature.  Read More 

Seymour is a perfect weekend project. It is knitted in separate parts and sewn together and is shaped by simple increases and decreases. Read More 

A simple poncho worked with classic Irish shaping, this project is great for advanced beginners or as a relaxing project on long commutes. It’s worked in a wide garter/stockinette rib pattern to create perpendicular lines of symmetry across the body, with a squishy cowl neck and picot bind off for a final feminine touch. Read More 

Introducing the beach cardigan: Sloane is the official layer of summer sunsets. 100% linen yarn makes a perfectly weathered texture and Qunice & Co’s Kestrel does not disappoint. The ribbon structure of this yarn adds a slight texture to simple knit and purl stitches. Not only does this yarn knit up quickly at 4 stitches per inch, the resulting fabric has incredible drape and gets better with every wash and wear. An easy fit you can wear off the shoulder for casual shoreline strolls. The cardigan is worked in rows from bottom up. Both front ribbing bands are continued and worked until a three-needle bind off combines at the center back neck. After a few shaping short rows, the sleeves are worked in-the-round down to the cuffs. Read More 

These nature-inspired knitting products are perfect for the knitter who appreciates the great outdoors and the beauty of the world. From artwork to hand-dyed yarn in gorgeous earth tones, these are the down-to-earth knitting products we love. Read More 

In recent years, there has been a growing trend towards sustainable and eco-friendly products in the fashion industry, and the same can be said for yarns that can be used for knitting Many yarn companies are now offering sustainable and eco-friendly yarn lines that are made from materials such as organic cotton, recycled polyester, and even bamboo. The yarns in this round-up not only reduce environmental impact but also offer a soft and luxurious feel, making them a popular choice for those who care about both the environment and the quality of their knitting projects. Read More 

Botanical Bliss Hanging Baskets

Hanging baskets are a trendy way to add a little greenery to your home. You will soon become addicted to growing your own herbs and flowers right in your window with these easy-to-knit baskets. Make another set to use as regular nesting baskets to organize your kitchen, living room or bedroom. Read More 

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