Happy Friday everyone! What are your plans for the weekend? Mine is filling up a bit—I’m going to finally see Skyfall tomorrow afternoon (yes, I can see The Hobbit four times in the first two weeks, but can’t manage to see the newest James Bond venture in the first two months; don’t ask). And hopefully get more knitting done! I have to show you the body of Iðunn, too!
In the meantime, here’s some fantastic patterns this week! Feel free to leave your ire at your ever-lengthening queue in the comments below.
- Anna Ravenscroft’s Featherstone Sweater ($5.50) features a plain body with a cool graphic worked on the sleeves. The sizes are really small, but I imagine the math would be fairly easy to finagle to work a larger size if needed.
- Firiel (£3.50) by Lucy Hague is a simple garter stitch shawl, worked side to side, with the edging worked at the same time.
- Sweet and cozy, Katie Hanken’s Glitter Wave Shrug ($5.50) is crocheted in one piece with minimal finishing. Who doesn’t need a sparkly shrug? YOU’RE LYING.
- Song Thrush ($6) by Kristina Vilimaite is a lovely crescent shawl with a beautifully delicate lace pattern.
- Thea Colman’s Nebbiolo ($4.50) is a cozy cowl worked in a squishy bulky yarn and a stitch pattern made up of eyelets and cables.
- Another lovely and simple shawl, Devil’s Mistress (CAN$4) by Marjorie Dussaud features a garter stitch body with a lace section.
- I love the happy leaf pattern in Yoko Johnston’s Happa Hat (AU$3). The tweedy worsted yarn is the perfect partner for this toque.
- Megan Goodacre’s Lundell Pullover (CAD$6) is a slouchy, comfy pullover with loose turtleneck and simple stitch pattern at the yoke, hem, and sleeves.
- Helen Stewart’s Cataleya Hat ($4.25) features a simple arrow lace stitch pattern worked up in a scrumptious alpaca/cashmere/silk blend yarn.
- And finally, Slouchy Smeph ($5) by Roxanne Villemaire is another lacy hat to keep you warm. Worked in squishy Malabrigo yarn, this is sure to be a quick knit.
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Categories: Friday Finds