Friday Follow-Up: Online Knitting Highlights For The Week of February 22

The Friday Follow-Up is back! After an unanticipated hiatus (due mostly to a stubborn bout of pneumonia) my Friday Follow-Ups are back with weekly overviews of what I find interesting in the online world of knitting.

This week I have been noticing some gorgeous cardigan designs – maybe because I’ve become infatuated with the Rosemont Cardigan by Hannah Fettig and have started one of my own. Here are a few more warm and cozy cardigan patterns that I think you’ll enjoy:

  • My EverythingInterpretations_3_cover_medium is one of 12 patterns in the Interpretations Vol. 3 collection by Joji Locatelli and Veera Välimäki. This one is designed by Joji and it is a beautiful cardigan with a swing shape and a lovely cabled shawl collar. It is truly gorgeous. In fact, all of the patterns in this collection are gorgeous. Be sure to take at look at all of the sweaters, the hat, and the cowl.

  • Crosscountry by Alicia Plummer is an aran-weight version of the cardigan style that seems so popular right now. It has ribbed cuffs and hem and a ribbed collar and front band. I love the addition of the stitch detail on the back of the cardigan which makes it unique.

  • Sixth Street by Amy Miller is also a cardigan with ribbed cuffs, hem, collar, and front band but this one is worked in a bulky-weight yarn and in a button-up style. It looks warm and cozy – and quick to knit!
  • Milk Stout by Thea Colman is a worsted-weight cabled ‘grandpa cardigan.’ This one is certainly a classic cardigan to suit any wardrobe.

  • Longinus by von Hinterm Stein is a long cardigan with a pocket and a little pop of colour. It is worked seamlessly from the bottom up in a sport-weight yarn. I love that this one could be made to be dressy enough for work or casual for home or weekend wear.

Don’t you just want to start a cardigan now? I have just the sleeves to finish on my Rosemont Cardigan and that’s my plan for the coming weekend!

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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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