This pattern is just too fun not to feature!
Ella Rae’s Pompe is preloaded with squishy pompons that disperse randomly as you knit. It comes in a rainbow of kid-friendly colors. You can make your kiddo this fun hat and scarf combo using just two balls!
Download the free pattern here and take a look at the color options here on our web store.
Both baseball and baby shower season is upon us, so why not knit something that the “coaches to be” will adore?
This adorable baseball jacket pattern was originally released in Debbie Bliss’s Baby Cashmerino Book (Volume 4), but it is now available for free from Knitting Fever!
You can knit this jacket using the colors shown or customize it to celebrate the parents’ favorite team! We are pretty partial to orange, black and white (go Giants!) but we’ll of course help you create your own combo.
You can download a free copy of the pattern here and view the many colors of Baby Cashmerino that are available by clicking here. Happy Friday!
Happy August 1st! There are still plenty of weekends left before Labor Day to get the family out to the beach. Don’t forget your beach bag!
This free pattern from Katia will help you whip up a fabulous and sturdy bag to bring along your next trip to the sea. It will be the perfect home for your sunscreen, snacks and favorite book.
Grab a size L hook and two balls total of Big Ribbon and your new travel companion will be ready before you know it. You can also browse our selection of RibbonXL if you’re looking for a wider color palette. The pattern can be downloaded (free of charge) right here.
Summer in San Francisco often means you’re hot one minute and chilly the next. This sleeveless pullover from Berroco is the perfect layering piece!
Desertstar is perfect for San Francisco because you can either pop in over a breezy maxi dress during the day or wear it with a long sleeve tee at night. The drapey high-low hem makes it a statement piece. The best news yet? The pattern is totally free.
This top calls for a cotton and alpaca blend called Maya that will provide just the right amount of warmth. Since it is cable spun, you’ll find the yarn much lighter and springier than your typical cotton.
Click here to download a free copy of the Desertstar top and then browse our selection of Maya to find the perfect shade to complement your summer wardrobe. Happy knitting!
In San Francisco, we wear scarfs 365 days a year. We love our wool, but some days we need something a bit lighter. The K.3 scarf fits the bill!
Using 5 skeins of Shibui Kavo, you can have fun colorblocking your scarf any way you choose. We chose the lengthwise version that calls for 5 colors but you can also knit it vertically with only two colors (3 skeins main, 2 skeins contrast).
Kavo is a lightweight cotton and silk blend with a unique slubby texture. In order to retain this texture, be sure NOT to block your scarf after you finish knitting it.
This pattern is normally available for $6, but you can snag a free copy with the purchase of the yarn to make it! Drop by the shop or browse the selection of Kavo online. If purchasing online, be sure to request the Shibui K.3 pattern in the Special Instructions section at checkout.