Are you Ready for Sweater Weather?

Chilly weather is just around the corner (and boy, could we use it here in the PNW after months of forest fires and blazing high temps). Get ready with these warm & cozy sweater weather patterns.

Let’s start on an adorable note, shall we? The Professor Meow Sweater is a leading authority on the study of cuteness,  and is happy to help you with all your cozy queries and infurmational needs.

The Professor Meow Sweater is knit flat from the bottom up, with decorative intarsia on the front. After seaming sides and shoulders, stitches are picked up for the cap sleeves, and then for a brief neck band. Duplicate stitch and a basic embroidery embellishments provide the final touches.

Professor Meow Sweater

Knit in our super soft Wonderfluff yarn, it is almost as if you were wearing a kitten.

Wonderfluff yarn from Knit Picks

Next, we diverge to a more rustic and classic look: the perennially popular Oakwood Poncho. A truly unique knit, the Oakwood Poncho will take you from days on the trail to evenings sipping a glass of wine. Knit in both stockinette and brioche stitch, this gorgeous, easy garment will keep you stitching, as you dream of the occasions for which it will come in handy.

Oakwood Poncho from

The poncho is knit in Wool of the Andes Tweed , a delightfully rustic and rich tweedy yarn. Introduce texture to your handknits in a whole new way with this rich and elegant yarn.

Wool of the Andes Tweed yarn from

The Oakwood Poncho comes as a handy pattern kit – complete with the pattern and all the yarn you need to make the poncho!

Oakwood Poncho Pattern Kit from

If you want a little more the super soft Harley Pullover is a sweater you won’t want to take off. Unique cables and a drawstring at the neck finish off a top-down cardigan that’s fun to make and easy to wear. From college kids to distinguished ladies, this is a sweater suited to many!

Harley Pullover pattern from

Knit in Swish DK for the softest, most snuggle-worthy sweater experience.

Swish yarn from

Let’s not forget about the head and neck, though! The Gradient Hat and Scarf set is a quick and cozy project knit in Swish Worsted held triple for a super squishy and color-shifting effect.

Gradient Hat and Scarf Set from

It is also available as a pattern kit, at 20% off!

Gradient Hat and Scarf Pattern Kit from

And what is autumn without cozy blankets for couch side lounging? The Stornoway Throw is a simple moss stitch pattern in worsted weight yarn make an elegant blanket, bordered with a cabled knot edging. Meditative to make with a challenging twist, it is sure to become an heirloom for your home.

Stornoway Throw pattern from

The throw is knit in our classic worsted Wool of the Andes 100% Peruvian Highland wool. Spun and plied carefully to achieve a wonderfully balanced twist, it is a  sturdy yet soft yarn with excellent stitch definition and heirloom durability.

Wool of the Andes yarn from

Blankets take a long time to knit, so don’t waste precious crafting time trying to figure out how much yarn to get. You can get the pattern plus all the yarn you need in one handy kit for easy crafting!

Stornoway Throw Pattern Kit from

What sweater weather crafting do you have lined up?







1 comment

  1. EmilyVictoria / September 12, 2017

    So far, I have baby gifts to get out of the way, so this guy already has two hand knit sweaters and he’s not even born yet! Then, a sweater for my niece, and one for my son in WOTA, and I must purchase some Swish for my daughter because I already bought the lady bug buttons for a bright red sweater for her. Finally, I’ll have time to knit a sweater for myself. That should be around the beginning of November.