April 2020: Table of Contents

Happy spring, everyone! And welcome to our first Editor’s Edition of I Like Knitting. Me along with editor Nicola combed through our pattern archives to select and highlight our must-have picks for early spring weather. So say goodbye to frost-kissed noses, ice-covered pavement and snow-coated trees, and say hello to blue skies, warm weather – and this selection of must-have patterns!
Spring is here! And along with a change in weather, comes a newfound inspiration to knit projects that are fresh, colorful and bursting with cheer. So where will you start? This round up features gorgeous shawls, lightweight cardigans, bold-colored cowls and more. Start by adding new pieces to your wardrobe, and finish your spring refresh with fresh knits for the kitchen. We even have a set of lime-inspired jewelry bowls!
This special round-up features something for everyone. Get ready for one of your most creative springs ever!
Happy Knitting,


Features

This seamless, baby girl dress worked in the round from the top down. The front and the back up to the bodice are knit plain then the body is worked in Estonian flower pattern to the end of the full princess skirt. After the raglan yoke is complete, the sleeves and body are separated. This is designed with positive ease, so there will be lots of room to grow into it. Read More 


This easy diamond cowl is perfect for knitting novices. Worked up in a vibrant mustard-colored yarn, this cowl features a simple stitch pattern that forms diamonds down its length. Read More 


This intermediate baby blanket is worked up in a simple stockinette stitch pattern for the body, while the edging features an intricate leaf motif edging that adds texture to the overall design. Read More 


Short and cropped tops are the in thing for summer style, and this top does not disappoint. The fringed bottom gives the cabled tank an edginess that would be perfect paired with jean shorts—and a concert or festival celebrating long summer days. Read More 


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