Happy Friday! And happy last day of November! This post means I’ve successfully completed another year of NaBloPoMo, with the help of some fantastic people. But there may actually be a few more days of posts in a row, what with Sweaterday tomorrow (finally will show you the finished cardigan body and the beginning of my Roam Tunic), Project 365 on Sunday, and a few more posts in the works that I didn’t quite get to this month for one reason or another.
If you missed any of them, please be sure to read the guest posts from this month. I hope I can intersperse guest posts here from time to time, as there are so many bloggers I enjoy reading and I think you would too. Many, many thanks to Joanna, Teresa, Sarah, Stefanie, Kira, Marsha, and Britt for spending some time here this month!
Also, before this morning, there was a serious, constant disturbance in the knitting force—a complete lack of a Ravelry group for Amy Christoffers Appreciators! (This is so relevant to yesterday’s post.) So I created one! If you, too, love Amy’s patterns, be sure to join in the fun at Savory Knitting Addicts.
Let’s send November out with a bang and some more awesome patterns, shall we?
- Crosswise (€5) by Sannah König utilizes entrelac and worsted weight yarns with distinctive color runs to create an amazing raglan sleeve sweater.
- I absolutely love the stitch pattern in Sol Maldonado’s Decorative Geometric Pillow ($6). I imagine this would be a pretty awesome stashbusting project, to boot.
- Katie (CAD$6) by Karen Borrel is a seemingly simple pullover with a delightful little twist at the bottom hem. Be sure to check out some of the other color combinations on the pattern page!
- One of Joji Locatelli’s newest cardigans, Even Flow ($6), features Joji’s signature drape and texture combination into a sweet open front cardigan with a woven-style back.
- Fine Vine ($6) by Marisa Hernandez is a lovely shawl with large lace repeats.
- The Purl Bee keeps churning out fantastic free patterns and the Fluted Cowl (free) is no exception. I just love the gentle texture and picture myself wearing this in a fluffy bulky weight yarn.
- Tincanknits has a collection of patterns called Great White North, and there’s a couple of patterns in there that I really love. The first is Snowflake ($6; shown below), a lace yoke pullover for both adults and children. The other is the Bon Bon Toque ($6), also available in a variety of sizes. Grab them each individually or purchase the whole collection for $13.
- Last for this week but certainly not least, Melissa La Barre’s Twisted Vines Hat ($5) features one of my favorite lace patterns in a hat pattern that slouches comfortably. All of Melissa’s newest patterns are on sale until December 5—see the pattern page for more detail.
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