Joy Knitting: Projects You'll Love to Knit

Summer is the perfect time to knit for you. Small projects are fun to knit, not too hot, and you'll look so cute come fall! Try out one, two, or a few of these great projects from Ewe Ewe.

Miss Match Mittens use one ball of three of your favorite colors of Wooly Worsted merino. This soft yarn is perfect for mittens because it's totally washable! 

Bright and sassy, the Mile of Smile scarf takes you on a funky crochet journey. Choose 6 shades of Wooly Worsted merino >

You'll thank yourself for knitting the easy-to-wear Zoey Cardigan! When fall is here you'll throw it on every day! Uses Wooly Worsted merino yarn >

Big, boxy, casual, cool, cables. The Not A Jersey Girl pullover is as effortless as it is timeless. Knit in Wooly Worsted merino >

A great basic, the Happy Cowl features a spiral rib to swirl the coziness around you. Choose 4 balls of your favorite color.

Happy Knit Year! Let's have a sale!

A new year means new projects to knit! Let's celebrate with 30% off all patterns. Woohoo!

All Ewe Ewe knitting and crochet patterns are 30% off with the code: HAPPY. What will you make? It's a great time of year to cast on something new just for you. Happy Knit Year to you! The code is valid in our Ravelry store, too if you like to have the PDF in your library.

Do you want to make a new hat? Mittens? Maybe a sweater! Take a look at just some of the patterns shown here or browse through more like Scarves + Cowls.




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Pretty Corsage {free crochet pattern}


Life needs more flowers and beautiful things! My jean jacket definitely needed a little sprucing up and what better way than to add a cute crochet flower. The Pretty Corsage free crochet pattern works up fast and looks fabulous! One skein of Wooly Worsted makes about three flowers so make one for your mom and your best friend. They'll love it!

Pretty Corsage Free Crochet Pattern

Ewe Ewe Yarns Pattern #104
Designed by Heather Walpole

Yarn: Ewe Ewe Yarns Wooly Worsted, 95 yards, 1 skein (10 Berry)

Crochet hook: K (6.5 mm)
Supplies: Darning needle, pin back or safety pin

Note: Pattern written in US crochet terminology.

Pattern stitch:

In same stitch work (1 sc, ch 1, 5 dc, ch 1, 1 sc).

Make flower:

Chain 42.

Row 1: 1 dc in 4th ch from hook, *ch 1, 1 dc in next ch.* Repeat from *to* across. 40 dc.

Row 2: Ch 1 and turn. Work 1 petal in first ch-1 sp, *1 sc in next ch-1 sp, 1 petal in next ch-1 sp.* Repeat from *to* across. 20 petals made.

Finish off leaving a long tail.


Thread tail through finishing needle to sew flower. Begin at tail end sew two petals together at base to form center of flower. Spiral the remaining coil of petals around bud to form a flower. Sew together by stitching layers at the base. Attach with a safety pin or a pin back to your favorite jacket. Look lovely!

Hello from the weekend!

I hope you've had a relaxing Labor Day weekend. My puppy girl Lola certainly did! How can you sleep like that?? I have no idea, but she did. In fact we all napped our fair share over the last three days and it was wonderful and just what we needed.

We had sunshine and perfect beach weather on Saturday and Sunday but today was a little different. There were thunderstorms when we woke up and then spotty rain the rest of the day ending with this amazing rainbow right at sunset.

So now it's nighttime and we're winding down before a busy work week at Ewe Ewe Yarns. I'm getting started on a new pair of Fair Isle socks just in time for fall and I think they're so cute! Wooly Worsted Washable is perfect for sock since it's warm, soft and washable!

I hope you had a great holiday weekend and feel refreshed and relaxed. Fall is just around the corner so dust off those needles and get knitting! :)