This simple, slouchy hat begins with a contrast color edging.
The body of this open-front cardigan is worked from side-to-side, beginning with the left front, with stitches bound off and then cast on again for the armholes.
Stripes of varying widths combine with easy eyelets to create a scarf of understated color and texture. Fringe is added for an easy boho effect.
This asymmetrical wrap is worked from the long edge first; live stitches are then worked and decreases with the wider body of the shawl in a simple eyelet and garter ridge pattern.
Six patterns show off the subtle shine and texture of a silk-wool blend yarn.
Two colors of yarn are held together to create a marled look in a simple rib stitch. Knit this triangular shawl from the bottom point up to the widest edge.
This slightly oversized pullover is knit in one piece from the bottom up. Sleeves are knit separately and seamed in finishing for a tailored look.
A slip-stitch pattern shows off the small, subtle color variations in this yarn. Knit this hat in the round from the brim.
This sophisticated capelet is knit in one piece from the top down with a generous collar. Lovely granite stitch is offset with rib side panels.
A timeless cardigan, Lamoille is completely seamless—knit the body in one piece from the bottom up, then pick up stitches and knit down for the three-quarter sleeves.