Weekend in the Woods: Cozy Cabin-Chic Knitting Patterns
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Escape to the tranquil charm of the wilderness with our Weekend in the Woods: Cozy Cabin-Chic Knitting Patterns collection. Immerse yourself in the warmth and comfort of cabin life as we celebrate the rustic beauty of the great outdoors through knitted creations.

In this collection, we invite you to embrace the allure of cabin-chic fashion. From timeless fair isle designs that evoke the spirit of traditional cabins to soft and cozy textures that reflect the comfort of a crackling fireplace, these knitting patterns exude rustic elegance.

Indulge in the pleasure of crafting projects that capture the essence of nature’s palette, with earthy tones and woodland-inspired motifs. Whether you’re an avid knitter seeking a relaxing weekend project or a beginner eager to explore the world of cabin style, “Weekend in the Woods” offers something for everyone.

Channel your creativity and infuse your wardrobe with the spirit of the woods. These patterns are not just about knitting; they are about creating an ambiance of coziness and connection to nature.

Wrap yourself in the embrace of our cabin-chic knits and embark on a journey to experience the serenity and charm of a “Weekend in the Woods.” Whether you’re nestled by the fireside or exploring the great outdoors, let these knits be your companion in celebrating the beauty of cabin life, one stitch at a time.


Delight in the warmth of these cozy socks. The beautiful pattern uses chain cables, a twisted rib cuff and knit and purl textures to give you the coffee shop comfort of a crisp October day. Read More 

The woman who wears this cowl will not be outdone by the brilliant red hues of the changing leaves. The texture it gains from the cables and ribbing makes this cowl stand out from the crowd for a season of bold autumn fashion. Read More 

This lovely coat is easy to wear and flattering to boot — and just what you need for lounging by the campfire! It is also a study in joining techniques, with picked up stitches, kitchener stitch and a two-needle bind off. Read More 

In This Collection