Friday Follow-Up: Online Knitting Highlights For The Week of November 9

It was a busy week on Ravelry for new pattern releases. Whether it’s because winter is coming, or it’s gift knitting season, or the Indie Design Gift-Along is getting ready to start, doesn’t really matter. The great thing about is that we all get to benefit from this fabulous selection of new patterns!

Check out these new accessory patterns:

  • Meditate by Elizabeth Doherty is a gorgeous cowl pattern that can be done in a short or long length. With a pretty luxury yarn and the cute button detail, this looks like a great go-to cowl for the winter months.

  • The wavy lace and cable pattern of the Land Under Wave Hat by Triona Murphy is very cute and decreases into a pretty pattern at the crown. The pattern comes with two sizes and in a worsted weight yarn it should be a quick project to complete.

  • Saudade by Ysolda Teague is a fingering-weight hat pattern that is part of her Knitworthy 2 Collection. The colourwork is gorgeous and it has just the right amount of slouch.

  • The Defrost cowl by Sara Gresbach is a versatile pattern that can be made as a traditional cowl shape, or it can be made to also be worn as a hood. The cable detail adds interest.

And take a look at these great sweater patterns:

  • Cruden by Ysolda Teague is a pretty Fair Isle vest with beautiful colourwork. This gorgeous vest is truly a work of art!

  • The comfortable Gin and Tonic by Thea Colman is a pullover that is definitely going on my want-to-knit list. This relaxed, textured sweater looks perfect for a cold winter.

  • the ridge cardigan is a pretty sweater by Jenny F. It is done in a worsted weight yarn which should, along with the purl ridge detailing, make this a fairly quick and interesting sweater to complete.

  • Laura Chau has a new collection of 3 sweaters and a cowl called Edgewood. Norrland is my favourite pattern. It’s a cardigan with a little swing and a great cowl neck, plus gorgeous cables.

Take your pick. They are all fabulous and certainly make me want to put my work aside and start a new project!

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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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