Wonderfluff patterns to warm up with

It’s the time of year to snuggle up in a soft handknit! Whether you’re spending time reading a book on the couch or heading out into the cold for a spot of fresh air, the silky-soft alpaca in Wonderfluff will keep you cozy. Here are a few of our favorite patterns to knit with Wondefluff.

To keep warm from head to hand, the Ultra Cozy Hat and Mittens by Emily Kintigh are the projects to cast on! Knit on size 10 (6mm) and size 8 (5mm) needles, they’re an incredibly speedy set to work up, perfect for last minute gift knitting.

Blankets will keep you warm as you work on them and when you’re done. The Super Nova Blanket by Claire Slade makes use of Wonderfluff Ombre’s color changes to create a dramatic look without difficult techniques. The blanket is knit in four pieces, which helps keep it manageable on your needles, and then it is seamed. 

The Emberly Cardigan by Jen Dwyer is a classic, casual, garter stitch cardigan. It’s knit flat and seamed, which makes it a nicely portable project for taking to holiday festivities, and it’s a great first sweater project. Plus, it has pockets!

Last but not least, we can’t talk about Wonderfluff patterns without featuring everyone’s favorite, Professor Meow Pullover by Claire Slade. Knit one for yourself, or work up the child-sized Mini Meow for the little cat-lover in your life.

 

The Wondefluff sale continues through 12/09/21. What will you knit?


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