Loving Local Pattern Sale!
Today is the day!
If you've been waiting to get a copy of any of the patterns from Club Yumi's Loving Local trio of knitting kits, you're in luck because they're all available for individual purchase through my Ravelry store!
In honor of this trio of patterns being released for the next week, I'm running a Buy 2 Get 1 Free sale on all of my individual patterns that are listed on Ravelry. So you could get all 3 of these patterns for the price of 2 or you could mix and match with any of my other patterns!
This sale will run through 11:59 PM on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. So that means that you have just 1 week to stock up on all the YumiYarns patterns that you can handle!
And now, on to the featured patterns of this post...
Isolde & Butterscotch are named for the beautiful sheep from Lydia’s Flock that provided the Icelandic Wool used to make the original hat & mitts set. They are playful and fun & feature slip-stitch colorwork, simple ribbing and a slip-stitch texture pattern. Because of the frequent pattern changes, this set is a very addictive knit and the large range of sizes means that you can make a set for the whole family!
The Sindri Cowl is a highly textured, cabled cowl that is perfect for snuggling into during the first days of Autumn! 2/2 cables feature heavily in this design combined with twisted stitch hexagons and a bit of garter-stitch to round out the patterning. There are 2 patterning options available and instructions for both are fully charted as well as written out.
Tagetes begins with a tutorial for an easier I-Cord Tab/Cast-On and grows through 3 ever-increasing leaf/petal patterns overlaid on a simple mesh background. The edges are stabilized through an I-Cord edging that is slightly different from the usual. This slight change creates an edge where the joins on both sides fall to the back of the work so the front remains mirrored. It's finished with a simple picot BO and an optional button closure.
I hope that you're all having a wonderful week and that this sale helps you prep for the upcoming holidays. Whether you're making things for others or you're just knitting to keep yourself sane, we're getting close to that time of year so get your needles ready!