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Our Favorite Marie Greene Knitting Patterns

Our Favorite Marie Greene Knitting Patterns

Marie Greene (aka Olive Knits) consistently creates knitting patterns that are fun to knit and great to wear. 

I think my first Marie Greene project was in 2017 when I participated in my first 4-Day Knitalong and made Stillwater - one of my most worn sweaters ever.

That Fall, Marie visited String Theory with Lorajean from Knitted Wit, with so many sweater samples to try. I remember loving Nekia which would be so lovely in this yarn.

In 2018, Marie dropped in during our Yarn Crawl and shared her Garden Party Cowl - the perfect pattern for that one skein of variegated fingering weight yarn that you fell in love with, but can't figure out what to make with it. 

In 2019, Marie taught us how to knit sweaters on a timeline and we got to try on all the samples from her new book: Seamless Knit Sweaters in 2 Weeks. I made the North Channel Collared Cardigan
 
We haven't been able to visit since then, but we keep adding favorite patterns to our list. 

 

Marie Greene Winterlandia Sweater
Winterlandia Pullover
in Plied North Ave yarn

 

Soundtrack sweater by Marie Greene

Soundtrack (a former 4-Day Knitalong project) in DK weight yarn

Shoreline Textured Cardigan by Marie Greene
Shoreline Textured Cardigan (available in Seamless Knit Sweaters in 2 Weeks) in DK Weight yarn.

 

Alfresco hat by Marie Greene

Alfresco in Malabrigo Rios

 

Little Biscuit colorwork hat
Little Biscuit Beanie
 in Fingering Weight yarn

 

Cider Press Shawl

Cider Press Shawl (available in Knit Shawls & Wraps in 1 Week) in DK Weight

Fireworks cowl by Marie Greene

Fireworks Cowl in DK Weight yarn

Let me know in the comments if you have a favorite Marie Greene pattern.


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Comments

Fern Josephs - October 27, 2023

The Taproot Tunic is my favorite and I knit it before I had any idea who Olive Knits or Marie Greene was. Every time I wear it I get lots of compliments and knitters stop me on the street to ask what pattern it is. I’ve been wanting to make another one!

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