Hot Right Now - January 2020
by Michelle Enerson
Every month Michelle searches through Ravelry to find the "hottest" projects and then picks here favorite yarns to make them.
inny by Andrea Mowry
Yarn Suggestion: Harrisville Designs Nightshades – (DK, 1121-2100 yds required)
This brand new pattern from Andrea Mowry is destined to be a staple in your wardrobe. Designed in memory of her grandmother it looks like the perfect cozy cardigan to hug you just like those you love.
Hyyge Me Close by Swanky Emu Knits
Yarn Suggestion: Lucky Tweed or Malabrigo Rios (Worsted held double, 800-2500 yds)
This brand new FREE size-inclusive pattern is full of interesting details such as cables in unexpected places and a turtleneck to keep you warm. Knit with two strands you’ll be done with it before winter ends.
Gingerbread House Mittens by Anna Radchenko
Yarn Suggestion: Elemental Affects Shetland Fingering (4 colors)
These mittens are perfect whether you are interested in your first colorwork or are a seasoned veteran looking for a fun and quick project that is sure to be a wardrobe staple. In Elemental Affects they will be both warm and sturdy for whenever our snowy weather decides to arrive.
Under the Sky of Leh Shawl by Luisa Puccini
Yarn Suggestion: Migration Yarns Songbird and Traveler (4 colors)
This pattern includes both lace and brioche so it may be a bit of a challenge but when broken up with garter stitch sections with a gorgeous selection of colors it is a gorgeous piece that will be well worth your efforts.
Leni by Isabell Kramer
Yarn Suggestion: Neighborhood Fiber Company – 1 Strand of Loft, 1 strand of Studio Sock
This simple but elegant hat lets the yarn and stitch motif shine. With a double brim there’s no fear of having cold ears. Go bold and add one of our gorgeous fur pompoms!
Roaring Fork Hat by Jennifer Myrick
Yarn Suggestion: Handspun Hope Angora Blend or Blue Sky Woolstok
A size inclusive hat with a fun cabled stitch pattern may be just what your New Year needs! Treat yourself to a skein of Handspun Hope for a luxurious knit you’ll be destined to wear for years.
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