A transitional garment for fall, the Block City Shrug has a built-in i-cord edging, an airy drop stitch border and a stockinette panel. The varying stitch patterns serve to showcase a variegated yarn or bring interest to a solid colorway. This shrug will become one of the most indispensable pieces in your wardrobe.
This adorable summer tee is knit in the round from the bottom up. It separates for the front and the back at the sleeves. And oh, what eye-catching sleeves they are! The lacy cap sleeves are created with a simple, step lace pattern to add an airiness to the design. The loose casual feel of this tee makes it an ideal top for summer evenings.
This sassy little split-open cardigan is completely seamless and incorporates a provisional cast-on, short rows and working in the round. It’s a fun knit and a great piece to have on hand to ward off the chill of early mornings or evenings.
This cardigan has a delicate lace pattern on the back and side panels. A peplum is added along the bottom with a lace border that corresponds with a center lace panel running along the top of the sleeves. Picots and i-cord bind offs finish off this cardigan with a little bit of extra polish.
This yoke style sweater starts out with 2 color Fisherman’s rib incorporating mini skeins and a main color. Gradual increases create the rounded yoked shoulder, transitioning into a solid main body with pockets and a fun, colorful bottom band and cuffs. The construction is anything but boring and will keep you engaged from beginning to end. Pick your favorite 6 color mini skein set to coordinate with a main color and cast on.
This circular yoke tee uses the stitch patterns from the Mad Bee Shawl to create a fun, whimsical knit perfect for wearing with any of your high-waisted pants or skirts, or even, over a dress. The tee is knit from the top down starting with the neckband.