Fall Knitting Checklist
The weather is starting to get a little cooler, the kids are back in school and the Fall season is officially about to hit full swing! So...what's on your Fall Knitting Checklist?
Drop Stitch Cowl
"A very simple and gratifying project using a conservative amount of your yarn and your time! Grab your size 15 circs, a ball of super bulky yarn and cast on! In no time at all you’ll have a stylish accessory that will quickly become one of your most treasured possessions." Click Here for Free Pattern.
One Skein Wonder
"One Skein Wonder is an easy scarf that is worked from corner to edge using increases as well as bind-off stitches in order to show off the color changes in the skein on a bias. Although it isn’t necessary, a variegated skein of yarn is highly recommended for this project. It is a lot of fun to watch the colors as they stripe and pool throughout the scarf. These instructions are easy to follow and only include basic knitting skills." Click Here for Free Pattern.
"This is an intermediate pattern which includes working in the round, increases and decreases, provisional CO, and I-cord." Click Here for Pattern Link.
Basic Boot Toppers
"Easy enough for the beginner knitter to knit." Click Here for Pattern Link.
"Garter sections combine with an easy lace to make an airy, light piece that is as effortless to knit as it is to wear. Choose a combination as soothing or as wild as you wish - use that tempting speckle or gradient-dyed yarn or go with a classic solid colour scheme." Click Here for Pattern Link.
Lightweight Raglan Pullover
"The charm of this sweater is in the details: sweet cording stitch edges, gently curved bottom hems, and a graceful drape. Knit in the round from the bottom up with a raglan shoulder, this free pattern achieves a rare blend of challenge and simplicity that will equally engage beginners and old pros." Click Here for Pattern Link.