Instant Outfit: Knit Accessories

From work to play to nights out on the town, our Under 200 pattern collection has something for every style. Here just in time for the holidays, this fabulous new pattern collection is packed with 28 stash-busting projects, each made with under 200 grams of yarn. It’s full of so many great knit accessories, including hats, scarves, shawls, and accessories. Today let’s talk about how to incorporate some of these stunning accessories into your wardrobe.

3 Ways to Wear the Under 200 Collection

Knit Accessories - Voyageur Scarf at www.knitpicks.com

Business Casual

Let’s start with the work week! The Voyageur Scarf makes a gorgeous accessory, whether you’re at the office or running errands. Knit in our hand painted Hawthorne Multi Yarn in the vibrant blue Irvington colorway, it will give your work wardrobe the perfect “pop” of color. (I need one in Lovejoy’s gorgeous reds, oranges, and purples!)

 

Knit Accessories- Arri Hat at www.knitpicks.com

Weekend Wear

For casual occasions like shopping or chatting with friends, you want something comfy! The Arri Hat features an easy colorwork pattern that knits up quickly due to bulky Biggo yarn. This hat has been so popular we sold out of the Bare color shown here, but Dove Heather would make a fine substitute. I think Asphalt Heather paired with Iris Heather would be a great color combo as well!

Knit Accessories: Kearsarge Shawl www.knitpicks.com

Evenings Out

Jazz up your little black dress with a stunning shawl knit in luxurious Diadem yarn. The Kearsarge Shawl drapes beautifully and will keep the chill of your shoulders when you’re done dancing the night away.

For more great knit accessories, check out our Under 200 Pattern Collection

knit accessories - Under 200 Collection www.knitpicks.com

 

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3 comments

  1. CAROL / November 14, 2016 / Reply

    Love this pattern! This color yarn I would never think of picking but seeing how beautiful this scarf is, I would definitely knit it! Stunning!

    • Jennifer F / November 18, 2016 / Reply

      So glad you like it! We are really lucky to have AMAZING designers that create really beautiful things in our yarn.

  2. Jessic / November 19, 2016 / Reply

    I love these ideas, classics with fresh modern twist. I wish Knit Picks would design a similar collection in crochet.