Pokémon Pokeball Hat Free Knitting Pattern

Pokemon Pokeball Hat free knitting pattern

Knitters do not shy away from trends! Our friend Cindy at Pearl Fiber Arts whipped up this adorable Pokémon Pokeball Hat using Ewe Ewe's Wooly Worsted yarn. The free knitting pattern is available on Ravelry and works perfectly with our yarn. Use one ball each of Vanilla, Black Licorice and Red Poppy colors to make this for the crazed gamer in your life!

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Silverthorne Baby Blanket by Emily Ringelman

The latest issue of Knitscene Handmade contains a beautiful, modern baby blanket using our washable Wooly Worsted yarn. This special issue of knitscene celebrates the handmade lifestyle and highlights independent designers and small yarn companies. Ewe Ewe Yarns was lucky enough to be a part of this special issue and even more fortunate to have Emily Ringelman design this stunning creation, the Silverthorne Baby Blanket

Photo credit: Knitscene/Harper Point Photography

Photo credit: Knitscene/Harper Point Photography

I love the Saffron and Brushed Silver color combination. It's not a typical baby color palette but rather one that looks great in any home.

To get the Silverthorne Baby Blanket pattern or the entire 2016 Knitscene Handmade visit the Interweave Store >

To find Wooly Worsted washable merino yarn visit the Stockists section or browse the yarn here.

Two ball Ewe So Sporty knitting and crochet projects

I love to have a little project on my needles at all times. I enjoy making sweaters and larger garments but a quick project that I'll finish faster is a must for me! Here's some of my favorite two-ball patterns using Ewe So Sporty yarn.

Rush is a lace and solid stripe cowl that's light enough for warmer months and pretty enough to add a little pop of color on a gray day. The sample here is shown in Teal and Aquamarine Ewe So Sporty yarn. There's tons of other tone-on-tone options, too. Try Sapphire and Sky Blue!

Do you like to crochet? The Bohemian Grove cowl pattern is quick to whip up and the fringe is just to die for! It uses just two balls of Ewe So Sporty yarn.

Give one a try!