Early Fall Knitting: 6 Stylish Patterns
It doesn’t take much change in the weather for knitters to get that seasonal knitting itch. Fall knitting is something we plan for all year long! We begin to think about which sweater we will wear on that first crisp morning and which scarf or shawl will keep us warm on a blustery evening.
Well knitters, get your yarn and needles ready and check out these projects perfect for your fall knitting.
Allegro Pattern by Tricotbec
This open-front cardigan is easy to wear and easy to knit. Made seamlessly, top down, this piece is simple with extra cable details and garter stitch hems to make it extra special. This style is flattering on many body shapes. Made with worsted weight wool, this will fly off your needles just in time for the first fall day.
Metallurgy Shawl Pattern by verybusymonkey
Metallurgy is a stunning shawl that will be the show-stopper in your fall wardrobe. This shawl is knit in fingering weight yarn in three wedges. This shawl is kept modern with a thinner shawlette style. The large lace design is beautiful and delicate without being too fussy. For fall, the shawlette shape is perfect for throwing on with jeans and a vest.
Elinya Pattern by Ambah O’Brien
This beautiful shawl will be an awesome addition to your fall wardrobe. Garter stitch knit in two colors of fingering weight yarn, this project will be an easy, take everywhere project, while still producing stellar results. Finished in a picot border, this shawl is long enough to wear draped over your shoulders or wrapped around your neck. With just a few techniques to master, this shawl would make the perfect project for a new knitter or for your first shawl.
Basketweave Socks Pattern by Ann Hanson
Everyone needs a new pair of hand knit socks for fall. Once cooler weather sets in, you’ll be glad that you knit these cushy socks. With an all over basketweave texture, these socks will be squishy, warm and fun to knit. This pattern comes in five different sizes, so you can knit a pair for everyone in your family!
Weinstock Pattern by Kerrie James
Cowls not only keep you warm, but are also great take-along projects, and this pattern is no exception. This cozy cowl is the perfect project to showcase the variegated yarn in your stash. Knit in worsted weight yarn, the slipped stitch pattern breaks up the colors and achieves a modern woven look. This pattern also includes directions to turn this cowl into an infinity scarf.
Alpaca Sweater Pattern by Altadena
What better way to get your fall knitting going than to start by knitting for the wee one in your life. This tiny cardigan has delicate cable details on a stockinette body. Side closures on the raglan shaping make it easy to get baby in and out of.
Tomorrow on the Craftsy Blog, we’ll take a look at the different types of circular knitting needles.