So let’s take a look at what is “hot right now” on Ravelry …..
Courtesy of Andrea Mowry
This sweater was inspired by my childhood and weekends spent in northern Michigan on the sand dunes. It is my favorite cardigan for layering and keeping warm all Autumn and Winter long! This sweater is worked flat from the top down, seamlessly, except for the sleeves which are knit in the round.
Courtesy of Gabrielle Vézina
The little balls of yarn left after a knitting project are little pieces of our knitting journeys which fill our hearts with dreams, our heads with mindfulness, and our bodies with warmth. These little leftover balls, too small to become their own projects, but too pretty to be thrown away, receive a new purpose with this stash busting pattern.
Courtesy of Kelen Kinnersly
Soft flowing cables highlight this quick and cozy knit. Sister pattern to Aibell Pullover.
Courtesy of Interweave / Harper Point
The Classic Gansey Cardigan is a worsted-weight cardigan for those who like the modern gansey adaptation of a cardigan but don’t wish to knit at a tighter gauge. Rolled edges, minimal cables, and focus on knit and purl patterns, such as the Scottish Flags motif that is front and center on the cardigan, give this design an updated look.
Courtesy of Laine Magazine
Eri is worked seamlessly from the top down. The front is worked in double seed stitch with a cute textured cable panel down the centre. First the yoke is worked back and forth until neck shaping is complete. Then the yoke is worked in the round with raglan increases. When the yoke shaping is complete, the body is worked in the round to the ribbing. Then sleeve sts are picked up again to work the sleeves top down in the round to the end. As this jumper is worked from the top down, it is advisable to try it on from time to time to check the length and overall fit. The length and width of the yoke are easily adjustable by adding or reducing increases and adding or reducing underarm stitches.
I hope you enjoyed today’s spotlight and remember, It’s sweater weather, so go cast on today!