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Spotted on Ravelry #18

October 2018 Issue

With our without hue by Heike Campbell

“Gradient yarns are so much fun, they are playful, attractive and simply irresistible in all shades and hues of colour.”

Featured Yarn:
Schoppel Wolle Zauber Flower

This pattern is available for $4.70 USD  buy it now

Spey Bayby Anniken Allis

“Inspired by the beautiful Spey Bay on the Moray Firth in Scotland, the Spey Bay shawl is a wide crescent with a simple lace pattern. The beads added to the edging resemble the pebbles at Spey Bay. This shawl is perfect for wrapping around your neck as a big scarf.”

Featured Yarn:
Schoppel Wolle Zauberball Cotton

This pattern is available for $4.70 USD  buy it now


Flâneries d’Alsaceby Isabelle Allard

“This is a pretty design from those toes up socks. The’re lighter than usual sock and request some concentration: but it worth it! Use yarn with cotton or bamboo to make those socks ideal for any season.”

Featured Yarn:
HiKoo by Skacel CoBaSi

This pattern is available for $3.79 USD  buy it now


Follins Pond Pullover  by Moira Engel

“The Follins Pond Pullover is the sweater to reach for the moment a chill enters the air this fall. The inventive cables, casual fit, and soft tweed make this the sweater you’ll want to live in all season long. This design is worked from the bottom up in pieces and seamed.”

Featured Yarn:
HiKoo by Skacel Kenzington

This pattern is available for $7.99 USD  buy it now


Journey’s End Plaid  by Sierra Morningstar

“Stripes and slipped stitches form a striking plaid pattern on this cozy shawl. Wrap yourself in it for a long trek, or snuggle up in front of the fire once you return home. The green and beige yarns echo colors from Girl Scout uniforms.”

Featured Yarn:
HiKoo by Skacel Kenzie

This pattern is available for $14.99 USD  buy it now


To see all of the patterns featured in this article, click here!