Art Walk Cardi
A cropped fit on this raglan cardi sets it apart from the others. Knitted in Osprey from the top down, the textures on this piece form subtle stripes in the body and sleeves. An absolutely perfect over a favorite dress or t-shirt and jeans—Art Walk is cute and versatile.
Who doesn’t love stripes? It’s certainly a joy knitting them, especially when they are skinny enough to leave no ends to weave in. Sadly wearing horizontal stripes tends to get a bad rap, especially on those of us with knitter’s physique. So here the Breton stripe is flipped the other way. By working flat from side to side, vertical stripes can be created without constant colourwork (and it makes for entertaining construction too).
Raven Fairisle Yoke
’RAVEN’ is one of two designs I have created using The Little Grey Sheep’s Gotland 4 ply yarn and is one of my first designs not using Rowan yarn! It has been such a pleasure designing with this lovely 4ply yarn as it is beautifully soft and a dream to knit with. This design is a fitted shape and will equally look good with a tweed skirt or a pair of jeans.
Sizes given are finished dimensions. Choose a size with 2 - 4’’ / 5 - 10 cm of ease. You’ll need 8 (8, 9, 9, 10, 10, 11, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15) balls of the recommended yarn; sample shown in color “Hazy Blue”.
A chic, elongated cable motif adorns the front and back of this tailored pullover. With an easy to wear A-line shape, this sweater can be worn alone or layered over another shirt for additional warmth. Knit in a luxurious blend of cashmere and merino wool, Hatcher is sure to be a favorite.
Polwarth pattern by Ysolda Teague
A refined take on the classic top down raglan with sweatshirt style details worked in brioche rib. The raglan shaping is worked at multiple rates for a flattering and comfortable fit that follows the contours of the shoulders. Paired lifted increases with a hidden purl rib between give the illusion of a single column of prominent knit stitches that look the right way up once the sweater is turned.
Miss Rachel's Yoke
Inspired by a beautiful Kashmir shawl at Gawthorpe Hall, this yoke sweater with matching, separate gauntlets celebrates the life and work of Rachel Kay Shuttleworth, who founded a wonderful textile collection for future generations to enjoy.
The Laurel Cardigan is all the things I love to knit: Big squishy cables, lots of simple stitch texture, some simple shaping to keep things interesting and easy construction. Combined with the things I love to wear: easy-fit oversized cardigans that double as jackets, extra-long sleeves that cuff nicely as needed, and a generous shawl collar that doubles as an overlapping front.