One of my favorite things is to
lurk search around Ravelry looking for projects made with our yarn, and the shawls just keep coming. Today I needed to share the inspiration with you that I keep turning up in my Ravelry travels. I’ve been finishing up WIPs and planning my fall knitting in the last couple weeks, and it’s because of you, dear knitters.
Quick, add this one to your queue! It’s a Hitchhikeresque, toothy triangle shawl with an easy basketweave pattern stitch. Knitted out of one of our most popular colorways:
Yarn: 150g/600yd Greatest of Ease in the colorway Come What May
Pattern: Minty Bricks by Ronny Lange
knitted by: rie4
I also love when Ravelers post a before and after shot of the yarn and the project it grows up to be. Here’s a lovely cake of silky gradient just teeming with potential:
Yarn: 380 yds/100g Ballerina in the colorway Spring Flowers Version 2
*Bonus: this yarn is a limited edition that is currently on sale*
And the stunning project it became:
Pattern: Dragonfly Wings by Boo Knits
knitted by: April2x4
Yep, Boo Knits strikes again with a spectacular shawl. Boo Knits has become a familiar designer name around the office ever since we saw Sweet Dreams this summer:
Yarn: 400yds/100g cake of Greatest of Ease in the colorway Brass and Steam
Pattern: Sweet Dreams by Boo Knits
Knitted by: blackplanet
And last, but not least, some more crochet eye candy. Yes, we’re called Knitcircus, but most of us knitters here crochet, too, and we can certainly appreciate this stunner:
Yarn: 150g/600yd cake of Greatest of Ease in the colorway
Pattern: Rowan Berry Shawl by Laurinda Reddig
crocheted by: jenlucas
Such a lovely scallop on that edge.
Fall has just begun, I just finished a sweater – I’ll blog about that in the next week – and it’s just in time for cooler temps and falling leaves. On that note, check out one of our brand new colorways, aptly named Sweater Weather. See you soon.