Our classic Rasta Cowl now has a twist! Knit on US 19s, this cowl can be started and completed in just one evening. The mobius effect makes for a really memorable accessory. Who doesn’t need one of these?
The pattern for Twisted Cowl is available in print and digital download here.
Our picot cowl uses just one skein of Silky Merino — an incredibly soft and vibrantly colored 50-50 merino wool and silk blend. Bordered with a sweet picot edge, this easy-to-love accessory pops against neutrals and when worked in a semi-solid colorway, blends seamlessly into any ensemble.
We used the popular colorway Piedras, pick your color and get started today! This pattern is available in print and digital download here.
When people hold up a skein of the colorway Vanilla Bean and ask, “What does this look like worked up?” we always take them to our Vanilla Bean Cowl. A great choice for multis and lightly variegated colorways alike, Tosh Vintage shines in this pattern, allowing it to showcase one its best qualities: bounciness.
For a limited time, this pattern is available for free with the purchase of the yarn to make it (no, you don’t have to use the color Vanilla Bean). If you’re shopping with us online, please mention that you’d like pattern S843 in the special instructions section at checkout.
Happy holiday knitting!
Our slouchy alpaca hat is one of our most versatile designs; worn as shown as a slouchy beret or with the brim folded up for a standard beanie, this hat is one of those knit-it-first, decide-who-it’s-for later projects. Using just one skein of Ultra Alpaca or comparable worsted weight yarn, this hat can be worked up in a flash. Perfect for gifting!
For a limited time, the pattern for this hat is available for free with the purchase of the yarn to make it. If you’re shopping with us online, please mention that you’d like pattern H971 in the “special instructions” section at checkout.
We are happy to share one of our most popular designs! People are always asking how we achieved the stunning look that reminds some knitters of stained glass, and it’s a relatively simple method using two skeins of Rios. It works best with a solid color and a vivid multi. We recommend:
Pick your two colors of Rios and get started today! The pattern is available in print and digital download here.