Lots of knitters use Ewe Ewe yarns and they share their patterns on Ravelry. There's so many great ideas and I love to see how people use my yarn and turn it into amazing projects! Here are just a few.Read More
Knitting + Inspiration = knit-spiration... right? I think so! I love to see what people are making with Ewe Ewe yarns. There's so many different ideas and patterns in the world and it gives us all inspiration to see what others have knit. Here's a little round up of exceptional finished objects in our new Ewe So Sporty merino yarn.
ForestPixie made the Brush Creek Cowlette in Ewe So Sporty. I love how she chose colors for an ombré effect! At the bottom is Vanilla then Brushed Silver and the lace cowl is topped off with Charcoal. Fabulous!
Check out Ewe So Sporty merino yarn and patterns here >
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I love Wednesdays because that means it's Wooly Wednesday! That's our Ewe Ewe version of WIP Wednesday where I talk about what I'm knitting or my Work In Progress. This week I'm making a Penpal Hat. It's one of the first patterns I designed for Ewe Ewe and it is fun to knit. The Penpal Hat has a chunky lace pattern. It's hard to see the lace pattern in this photo but click over here to check it out. I'll be sure to show my finished version on the blog.
Have you met the Easy As ABC knitting pattern yet? It's a really fun top-down baby sweater with raglan sleeves and bold stripes. I designed the pattern a few months ago and had knit it in Wooly Worsted with colors Cotton Candy and Wheat. Here's the pattern photo in the 6 month size.
Last month I knit the sweater again for a second birthday gift to my little friend Cole. He's a sweet little boy with two professional and preppy parents. I chose Teal and Charcoal Wooly Worsted and I love it. It turns out he did, too!
Cable knitting patterns are at the top of the list for classic knitting techniques. Cables are beautiful and can take many different forms. Twisting knit and purl stitches create added interest to any knitting piece. Wooly Worsted superwash merino yarn has a great twist itself and it really accentuates cable knitting stitches. In our Quick Cable Wrist Warmers the cable knitting stitches hug your hands to keep them toasty warm and best of all, they knit up fast!
In our new Hadley Hoodie cable sweater knitting pattern, designed by the famous Melissa Leapman, an intertwining XO pattern wraps up the front and loops around the generous hood. Plus Wooly Worsted yarn has a nice weight and its easy care means this sweater can be your new wardrobe staple.
So bring those traditional cable stitches right up into modern garments and knit stuff you actually want to wear. Need a new slouchy hat? Knit one! The Casual Cable Slouch looks great on everyone and you'll look fabulous while you're hanging out with your friends.
Here's a new fun weekly post, Wooly Wednesday! Every Wednesday I'll post a project knit by someone else using Wooly Worsted. The project might be our pattern, a modified pattern or someone else's knitting pattern.
This week I wanted to show you my friend Jenni's Timber! Hat that she knit for her daughter. Jenni added stripes at the crown and did a beautiful job with her Fair Isle knitting. So cute!
Too fun! You can find more info about the Timber! Hat here. Maybe your daughter would like one, too!
Did you knit a project with Wooly Worsted? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and get featured on Wooly Wednesday!