Woohoo! I’m excited to be the first stop on Vickie Howell’s book tour! Meet The Knit Vibe, a funky-cool book all about expanding your creativity and living your craftiest life.
This coffee-table-worthy book is packed with over 200 pages of ways to nurture your creativity, enhance your health and inspire you to find the knitting life you’ve always dreamed of.
This book is packed with stories from makers, community, creative inspiration and tons of knitting and crochet patterns designed by Vickie and a slew of other designers, including one by me!
The Knit Vibe really is a beautiful book and you can tell Vickie poured her soul into bringing us the best all-encompassing knitting book to date.
When talking with Vickie while she was dreaming up and writing this book, she told me she wanted to share her inspirational journey through the knitting world and show knitters how we gather inspiration from all facets of the universe.
I think she did it and I am thrilled to show you my design tucked inside the pages of this magnificent book!
Meet the Wärme Mitts Knitting Pattern
Wärme Mitts are a funky-cool set of log cabin wrist warmers. These little mitts work up in no time and they’re a ton of fun for using colors you love.
These fingerless gloves are a great introduction to the log cabin style of knitting! Each mitt starts with a small center panel and is worked back and forth. The project is then rotated clockwise and new stitches are picked up to create each adjoining panel.
They’re fun to make and I love how the colors play off of each other. The Warme Mitts use 4 colors of Ewe Ewe Wooly Worsted merino wool yarn and we were luck enough to have Vickie curate some yarn kit color combinations just for us!
Take a look at these awesome yarn packs. I can’t decide if I want another set in Hyper Hues or Wärme Tones!
I hope you enjoy my knitting pattern inside The Knit Vibe along with the entire book. There’s even more that I haven’t mentioned like interviews with Kaffe Fasset, Caitlin Hunter and Bristol Ivy along with projects from designers like Nancy Marchant, Tanis Gray and my friend, Amy Small.
It really is as good as it sounds!
As Vickie says, “Breathe in, knit out.”
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