Category Archives: Patterns

Knit Picks Spring 2017 Catalog: Stroll Gradient. www.knitpicks.com
Knit Picks Spring 2017 Catalog

Are you ready for some really fun stuff? Our Knit Picks Spring 2017 Catalog is here, and with it comes some very exciting news! We have two brand-new yarns to show you, along with two beautiful new pattern collections. Let's not wait any longer - let us introduce you to: Stroll Gradient Yarn

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Under the Sea Mobile Pattern from KnitPicks.com
Favorite Baby Patterns

I love all things small - little bunnies, little cupcakes, little gnomes, and of course - little humans! Spring is the celebration of new life, so I rounded up a few of my favorite baby patterns.

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Knits for the Garden

Spring is here! Are you ready for the start of gardening season? Whether you have a lush oasis planned out back, a small plot in a community garden in your neighborhood or a sole surviving rosemary plant perched in your kitchen, we have patterns to celebrate your green thumb! From cute to functional, you can put these knits together for a trip to the farmers market or pop them on before a hard day of weeding and harvesting.

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Celtic chill zone: triangle cabled pullover at www.knitpicks.com
Celtic Chill Zone 2017

In honor of the upcoming St. Patrick's day holiday, we've come up with a weekend's worth of projects to knit - and yummy food and drinks to prepare. It's everything you need for your own “Celtic Chill Zone” – a place to knit fancy cables, sip a tasty beverage, and munch on some delicious food. There's a little something Celtic for everyone! For a cozy weekend at home

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Brair Rose: A Home Collection by Knit Picks - KnitPicks.com
Briar Rose: A Home Collection

With spring right around the corner, our new Briar Rose collection brings a cozy pastel palette to chase away the last of those winter blues!  Today we'll show you some more behind-the-scenes photos of these dreamy knits, just in case you needed that last little nudge to cast on one (or two!) of these sweet little projects.

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Introducing Little Luxuries!

We all have that one special skein of yarn that's waiting for the perfect pattern, and now our new collection, Little Luxuries,  gives you twenty-three patterns! Each pattern uses 100 grams or less of yarn to create exquisite accessories, like shawls, cowls, hats, and even a clutch purse.

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Some Days are Diamonds Blanket
Mighty Stitch Monthly Yarn Sale Ends Today

It’s the last call for our latest monthly yarn sale featuring our superwash super hero Mighty Stitch! Today is your last chance to save 20% on this amazing utilitarian yarn. Perfect for home decor, blankets, and kids projects. Basically anything that gets heavy use. Up to 30 colors available in Worsted, Bulky, and Super Bulky weights. One wrap around your finger and this mighty blend of 20% Superwash Wool and 80% Acrylic you'll make you a believer in it's super power.  Need some inspiration?

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Favorite Sweater Patterns www.knitpicks.com
Our favorite sweater patterns

Baby, it’s cold outside… time to warm up with some of our best-loved cozy sweaters! It’s not too late to cast on some warm wool and knit yourself a warm snuggly sweater to get you through the end of winter. We’ve gathered a few of our favorite sweater patterns for you – so grab your needles and get started! the Harley

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Top 5 Patterns of 2016

This time of year, many of us crafters are looking for some brand new projects to start for ourselves! So I thought I'd do a round up of our best selling patterns from 2016, both to inspire you and to see what your fellow Knit Picks lovers worked on this year! #1 - Hue Shift Afghan This is, by far, our most popular pattern year after year! And it's easy to see why - it's a super fun knit (those squares are just addicting) and looks gorgeous. It's also easy to switch colors or yarns for your own personal preference. The original is in Brava Sport while I made a version in Mighty Stitch (which I LOVE). I've also seen versions in so many creative colorways - check out the projects on Ravelry!

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