Friday Follow-Up: Online Knitting Highlights For The Week of September 14

Beautiful fall and winter patterns are being published every day! Here are some recent collections worth checking out:

  • BT Fall 15COVER_btf15_02_small2 contains 15 sweater and accessory patterns that do not disappoint. I love all of the patterns but I really like the striking Willamette, a scarf by Norah Gaughan shown in Shelter in the colour Long Johns. So thick and plush!

A new issue of Knitscene Magazine is coming!

  • Knitscene Winter 20150062921557_medium patterns are up on Ravelry. I quite like the generous size of the Yorkville Wrap by Sachiko Burgin. It’s a v-shaped shawl worked in an aran weight yarn and it includes some lace on each end. It looks like a quick and easy project and so luxurious.


Plus, these great individual patterns deserve a look:

  • Nightscape by Joji Locatelli is a beautiful long-sleeved pullover with a pretty button detail at the shoulder. Yarn and pattern kits are available at The Uncommon Thread. It is designed in The Uncommon Thread Everyday Singles and because I’m a sucker for anything purple, I have fallen in love with the sample in the photos which is done in amethyst. So pretty!

  • The soft and pretty Mayapple hat by Melissa Schaschwary is light and lacy and very gorgeous.

  • Bristol Ivy‘s Dar is a pretty cardigan that looks light and breezy in Quince & Co. Piper. I think this would also be a great sweater for spring. Maybe if I start now….

  • Malabrigo’s latest Quickie is from Canadian designer Jenny Faifel. The perfect rime hat and cowl are designed in everyone’s favourite yarn – Merino Worsted. I love the cables and texture.

  • And finally, keep an eye on Ysolda’s Knitworthy 2 collection of giftable knitting patterns. The latest instalment is Kærlig, a great fingerless mitt pattern.

Once again, there is so much to look at. Enjoy!

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What is Friday Follow-Up? My Friday Follow-Up is a weekly blog feature. Every Friday, I follow-up the online knitting events of the week with my own take on things.

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