Staff Project Round Up

We’ve had a long and wet spring here in the Pacific NW, which means lots of knitting time! Here’s a staff project round up of our latest works in progress.

Hannah knit this swoon-worthy Half Moon Summer Shawl in Paragon, which blocked so beautifully!

 Half Moon Summer Shawl knit pattern from Knit Picks

Alexis is working on an adorable baby blanket for her new little friend, Casper. The free Easy Stripes blanket pattern creates a striking on-the-bias look, and when knit in Brava Worsted, the project cost is a delightful $11.94!

Free Easy Stripes Blanket knit pattern from Knit Picks

Free Easy Stripes Blanket knit pattern from Knit Picks

Daniel is well on his way to fulfilling his New Year’s resolution (we won’t talk about mine … ahem) by knitting his first pair of socks! He followed the free Go Your Own Way sock pattern, knitting them in Hawthorne Fingering in Forest Park. For a little extra panache, he added mirrored one by one cables.

Go Your Own Way Socks knitting pattern from Knit Picks

Go Your Own Way Socks knitting pattern from Knit Picks

I’m knitting a simple garter stitch baby blanket (though I swore I would only crochet blankets!) in Mighty Stitch Worsted held double. I am majorly crushing on the marl look right now!

Marled Knit Baby blanket from Knit Picks

What projects are you working on? We would love to hear about them!


  1. CrazyKids / June 18, 2017

    Swearing my way through Alhambra by Anne Hanson using some lovely (but ridiculously tiny laceweight) yarn.

  2. TheDarthMomma / June 18, 2017

    I’m currently working on a Neridah test knit for Ambah O’Brien. My inner prepster chose Stroll Tonal in High Tea and Matcha plus Hawthorne Speckle in Tie Dye. I’m really pleased with the way it’s turning out.

  3. Hazel Jane / June 15, 2017

    I am blown away by the talent on display here. Well done on your lovely projects. I have a couple of WIP’s on the go; a shawl in garter stitch with the simplest pattern ever ( begin with a slip knot then YO, knit to end, for the whole shawl). It’s amazing how the shawl grows from just one stitch. I am also knitting my grandson a pullover and every time you send me a free Dishcloth pattern, I put these projects to one side and create a Dishcloth for my collection. I love knitting!