Oversized accessories make the most of a bulky single-ply yarn.
A drape-front cardigan in reverse stockinette stitch is an ideal match for a tonal variegated yarn. To make the most of the long colors, this garment is knit flat in pieces and seamed.
Slipped stitches create a subtle pattern in coordinating colors. This cowl is knit in the round and can be worn wrapped close to the neck and draped long.
This garter-stitch ruana begins with two fronts worked separately, then joined to form the wide back.
An extra-long cuff makes these mittens perfect for tucking into jackets on cold winter days.
One ball of yarn is all you need to whip up this hat worked flat in fisherman's rib.
Knit from one narrow point to the full width and back down again, this simple garter stitch shawl uses dropped stitches to easily add fringe.
Variegated yarns are shown off best in simple patterns, and the six projects in this collection are a perfect match for this new wool-acrylic blend in bold colors.
Knit from the bottom up, this seamless sweater features an eye-catching colorwork yoke. The subtle color variations in the yarn add dimension to simple stranded colorwork.
A completely seamless tube creates a long, cozy cowl worked in two-color stripes of varying widths.