Looking great, Kelsey!
Looking great, Kelsey!
Love is in the air, but a chill is in the air too! Keep those ears warm this Valentine’s Day with a design from our very own Jules, Hearts on Repeat Hat. We are giving away this pattern for free with the purchase of the yarn to make it — two skeins of Cascade 220 Superwash Aran or comparable aran weight yarn (you’ll need at least 200 yards total).
This pattern is compatible with any aran weight yarn, but wooly fibers really show off the colorwork. We hope to see more people wearing their hearts on their head! If you’re shopping with us online, please mention that you’d like the pattern for “Hearts on Repeat Hat” in the special instructions section at checkout.
Can you believe this is the first pullover Jules has made? Following the pattern “Faith” from the Cathedral Booklet from Classic Elite Yarns, this two-colored Icelandic sweater works up in a flash on 10s. Jules finished hers in just a week!
Her wool sensitivities in mind, Jules used Comfort Chunky in Raspberry Coulis color 5717 (5 skeins) and Dusk color 5713 (1 skein). Faith works up well in a myriad of bulky weight yarn; browse our collection and see what strikes your fancy! We’d love to see one worked up in Cascade 128 Superwash or Malabrigo Mecha.
Allison’s super quick and super fun Lil Red Cowl is a stunner in two skeins of A.S.A.P. Worn with the hood either up or down, her cowl is a spunky accessory well suited for the ever-changing winter weather. The pattern is available in print and digital download here. Pick your own colors and get this cowl started today!
Katelyn whipped up this Moderne Baby Blanket to celebrate her not-so-baby-sized baby brother’s college graduation. The pattern calls for DK weight yarn, so to modify to an afghan size, Katelyn used size 11 needles and a much bigger yarn — Cascade 128 Superwash — and followed the pattern as written.
Katelyn used four skeins per color but ended up dipping into a fifth skein for the two largest sections. She crocheted along the edges. You can access most of the pattern for free online, with the exception of the mitered border. The full pattern is available in Mason Dixon Knitting.
Look how big the blanket turned out to be!