Done By December
If you start now, you'll be done by December.
Every summer, we attempt to get you started on your winter accessories. Some people have gifts to make. Others just need to replace a well worn hat, a lost mitten, or a scarf that no longer matches a coat.
Winter accessories make the best summer knitting because they are small and portable - even if you are only traveling to your own backyard.
Every week in July I introduced my project ideas on Facebook. However, I thought it might be a good idea to put all the project names, pattern links and yarn suggestions in one place for easy referral.
In the comments, please let us know which of these is your favorite. Or maybe you have a go-to project idea that you'd like to share.
For your Head
Springfield Chevron Hat
One 150g skein of Woolstok and one skein of Feederbrook Entropy makes three slightly different hats. Or pick three 50g skeins of Woolstok and a 21 Color Slouch Kit (pictured above) for three very different looking hats.
Held Together Hat (free pattern with yarn purchase)
Yarn Suggestions: 1 skein of Plied + 1 skein of Loft + 1 bobbin
Kits available here
For your Neck
For your Hands
For your Home
Felted Flower Bowl
Yarn Suggestion: leftovers from Springfield Chevron Hat or 21 Color Slouch Kit
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