Pattern: Currents by Jacob Siefert
"The perfect wrap for late afternoons at the beach, or when you want to remember them. Working width-wise in garter stitch, short rows create the undulating wave stripes. Each short row section is worked in Sonata, with two knit rows separating each section in Sonata Shima."
Pattern: Beginner One Skein Shawl by Tanya Eberhardt
Yarn: Cumulus Rainbow by Juniper Moon Farm
This crochet shawl can be worked up in a weekend and is perfect for beginners in crochet.It only uses simple stitches: double crochet, skipping stitch, and the chain stitch!
Of course the number of skeins this shawl will require depends on the yarn you choose. Linda used two skeins of the amazing Cumulus Rainbow which is a worsted weight 94% Cotton, 6% Nylon yarn.
Pattern: SSP (Slip Stitch Party) by Isabell Kraemer
Yarn: Practically Perfect Sock by Emma's Yarns
"SSP is worked flat (sideways), increasing along one edge to create an asymmetrical triangle. Stitches are increased in the slip stitch pattern and then onward into the 1x1 ribbing. A built-in slip stitch edge and the slip stitch colorwork (you only work with one color on any given row) will be the perfect introduction into colorwork (promise - you will have nothing but fun!). The combination of easy slip stitch patterns and the sportive wide ribbing give this shawl a sophisticated yet casual look."
The pattern includes additional instructions for a slightly different version (two colors only, larger size).
Yarn: Knitcol by Adriafil
This sweet and simple hat is one of our favorite patterns at Bayou Yarn Shoppe. It is quick to knit and comes in five sizes from child to XL adult! We have 18 different colorways available so you are sure to find one you love - click here to see all of the beautiful options.