Get Your Fingers on the Newest Knitting Patterns Right Now!

Posted by on Dec 23, 2014

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There are lots of resources for knitting patterns online, but sometimes the best source is the manufacturer of the materials you use ... like yarn! Be the first on your block to try these brand new patterns from your favorite (and our favorite, too!) yarn manufacturers.

beret knitting pattern
Susan Mills
Classic Tam
Classic Elite Yarns has just released this pattern for a classic tam called St. Stephen. As the weather gets colder, you might be looking for a cozy beret made with a soft wool and angora blend — this one is not too difficult to make and it looks quite fashionable! 

silk ribbon knit shawl pattern
Mary Beth Temple
Amita Shawl
Mango Moon recently featured this shawl as their pattern-of-the-month. Their silk ribbon yarn gives amazing depth and texture to each stitch. This lacy shawl would be perfect for layering on top of dresses or T-shirts in the warmer months.

Mens two-tone sweater vest knitting pattern
Brenda Bourg
Men’s Mosaic Vest
Here’s a great gift idea for the man in your life! This sophisticated v-neck vest pattern is from Red Heart Yarns. The mosaic effect is created by using two different shades of the same color. 

fingerless gloves knitting pattern
Triona Murphy
Fingerless Mitts
Recently released by Universal Yarn, these worsted wool mitts are perfect for cold weather when you still need your fingers to be free. These are a great accessory to make for yourself or to give as a gift! 

Hooded cardigan knitting pattern
Chunky Cardigan
This chunky cardigan pattern from Berroco is a perfect knitting project to work on this winter. The pattern includes a hood that will make it the coziest sweater you’ll ever make with a lofty wool blend yarn. 

cowl scarf knitting pattern
Flossie Arend
Stylish Cowl
Released by Tahki Stacy Charles yarns, this pattern for a cowl scarf makes a lovely all-weather wearable with a comfy cotton and ramie blend yarn.This is an easy pattern that would be great for beginners. 

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