Staff Projects: Fall Edition

Morgan made her first sweater using Knit Picks' Wonderfluff yarn! The pattern is the Novice Sweater.
Designer: PetiteKnit

Let’s start with a exciting bit of news: Morgan made her FIRST. EVER. SWEATER! She used bulky weight Wonderfluff yarn in color Hare Heather to make the Novice Sweater. We’re so happy/proud/all-around ecstatic for her!

MIni Kitty Pouf knit in Knit Picks' Fable Fur yarn, a faux-fur fiber.

Because the world can never have enough kitty poufs, we felt the need to make more. Hannah used new Fable Fur yarn to make a next-level Mini Kitty Pouf! It’s so soft and cuddly—almost as good as the real deal*!

*We’re kidding, kitty cats. You can never be replaced.

Free headband pattern from Lee Meredith using CMYK Stroll Sock Lab yarns.
Designer: Lee Meredith

Lee made a totally rad headband using all 3 colors of our Stroll CMYK Sock Lab yarn! Held in triplicate, the gauge ends up being a bulky weight, making it a quick knit. You can find the project details over on her Ravelry page!

Elise's version of the Soldotna Crop Top from Caitlin Hunter. Knit in Knit Picks' Hawthorne and Stroll Speckle yarns.
Designer: Caitlin Hunter

Elise put her colorwork skills to good use with this lovely version of the Soldotna Crop Sweater. She used Hawthorne Tonal and limited edition Stroll Speckle Sock Lab yarns to create this sweet, floral colorway.

C'Mon Cat Happy hat, knit in Knit Picks' Biggo yarn, in the color Tansy Heather.
Designer: Patty McGuire

Hillary made this mini version of the C’Mon Cat Happy for a lucky kiddo in her life, using Biggo yarn in the color Tansy Heather. Talk about the perfect quick gift!

Erica's Payne Hat, knit in Knit Picks' Twill yarn, color Graphite Heather.
Designer: Fabienne Gassmann

You know that feeling? That feeling when you find a hat pattern that you love SO much that you just have to make it in multiples, much like Erica has done by knitting yet another Payne Hat using Twill yarn. Yeah, we’re familiar with it, too.

We hope your fall is full of cozy crafternoons, hot beverages, and pumpkin everything. Oh, and tell us what’s on your needles and hooks right now. We want to know! Tag us on Facebook and Instagram, and as always, happy crafting!