Tuesday, October 13, 2015

New Patterns: Pelligan and Kermit


My two new cowl patterns went live this week-just in time for cowl season! It's definitely been starting to get a little grey here, and it's definitely cooling off. I've already shared a bit of my inspiration for these, so here's more of the nitty-gritty.


Both patterns have options for 100g and 200g of DK-weight yarn. Since these were inspired by and designed for special yarns, I wanted them to be easy to work up, regardless of whether you had one or two skeins. I also wanted them to be easy knits-special yarns don't need a lot to look beautiful, and there's something so satisfying about curling up on the couch with a cup of coffee and some beautiful yarn and just settling in.


Pelligan uses a textured eyelet rib stitch to make the most out of a luxury blend. The 100g option will make a lovely cowl, and if you have 200g you can make a luxurious scarf that's even more delicious doubled up.


Kermit uses some staggered rib patterns to break up favorite variegated hand-dyed yarn. With 100g you can knit up a light, 6-inch wide scarf, or get into serious cuddle territory with the 200g 12-inch wide option.


Both patterns are available on Ravelry. They're both $5, but until Sunday night at 11:59 if you buy both you'll save 25%, no code required! Happy knitting :)


2 comments:

  1. Kermit is such a cute name for a pattern!

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  2. beautiful cowls and the colors are quite striking!! Good luck :)

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