As the weather turns in much of the country, we have found your fellow knitters are looking to create garments to keep warm! This group of top 5 projects includes warm sweaters, beautiful transitional pieces great for fall into winter and even a baby project!
1.Vintage Artin Men’s Cabled Pullover: Men will love the boldness of the various cabling patterns on this pullover because it gives it a very masculine look. It is sure to be his favorite go-to to wear with his jeans. This garment was designed with approximately four inches of ease. Please take this into consideration when selecting your size. It’s knitted using Berroco’s “Vintage” yarn, beautifully crafted in Peru of 50% acrylic, 40% wool & 10% nylon.
2. Boboli Dodgson Cardigan: Now here’s a lovely short-sleeved cardigan with beautiful detailing on the front and sleeve edgings. This beautiful jacket almost looks as if you’re wearing a matching scarf with it. It’s knitted with Berroco’s “Boboli” yarn – a sophisticated wool blend yarn with a subtle shine and soft hand and several wonderful colorways.
3. Elements Zilpa Poncho: A great pattern for a beginning knitter, this stylish poncho is easily knitted in a straight knit and purl rib pattern, then the edges are sewn together leaving the last several inches unsewn for the neck opening. It’s knitted using Berroco’s “Elements” yarn, sensationally crafted of 51% wool and 49% nylon and gives you a lovely two-tone effect because of its unique construction.
4. Baby Crofter Cabled Hooded Coat: This adorable hoodie is created with “Snuggly Baby Crofter DK” yarn from Sirdar. A simple cable runs parallel to the front edges while the rest of the piece is done in stockinette edged with ribbing. A single button closure at the neck leaves the front edges open for a cute look for layering.
5. Ultra Alpaca Light Verne Buttoned Shrug: You’ll love this beautifully soft and lacy shrug in “Ultra Alpaca Light” from Berroco. The Norah Gaughan design features a diagonal button closure and an unusual lace pattern in repeating strips and is knitted from the top down.