The Robin Scarf is a well established favorite among customers and staff alike. Customer are always asking to see the scarf and we can see why — featuring meandering reversible cables and the unbelievably soft feel of cashmere, the Robin Scarf makes for a wonderful little luxury.
The Robin Scarf is one of the seven patterns included in the Cashmere Scarf Kit for Her. Pick your favorite color and make your own Robin today!
Captivated by the smooth feel of the yarn and its charming color palette, Allison whipped up Rivoletto, a deceptively easy lacy cowl.
The pattern, written by Reywa Fibers, is available for free with the purchase of Embrace (in case you missed it, make sure to read our review of Embrace here). If you’re shopping with us online, please mention you’d like the pattern for “Rivoletto” when you purchase Embrace. The cowl uses just one skein on 16 inch number 7 circular needles.
Oh, the Effortless Cardigan. A favorite from Hannah Fettig (from KnitBot), this sweater works up beautifully in Tosh DK, Tosh Merino DK, Tosh Vintage or Pashmina Worsted. With such a huge variety of yarns to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be able to find your perfect color match. The pattern for the Effortless Cardigan is available in KnitBot Essentials, a collection of some of the most loved patterns from KnitBot.
The honey cowl, a hypnotically beautiful infinity scarf made from Tosh DK, or Tosh Merino, proves year after year to be a crowd-pleasing pattern. Using one to two skeins for a single or double wrap cowl, this accessory sits pretty against your neck in any of the expansive Madeline Tosh colorways. Stop by the shop to see any of our many honey cowls in person.
The honey cowl pattern is available for free online.
Bandwidth, designed by Stephen West, is a great opportunity to combine bright colors and neutrals. The hat uses one ball each of two colors of Tosh Vintage. This would also be great in Pashmina Worsted.
Consider Torchere as your contrast color (the band)
and Whiskers as your main color (the body)
Or maybe Spectrum
Pick your own colors! The pattern for Bandwidth is available in West Knits Two.