Falling leaves, harvest festivals, pumpkins, cool weather, and cozy clothes and blankets- fall is our favorite season of the year. Fall really is a treasure trove of fun projects for knitters and we have a few favorites we are excited to share.
Askews Me Sweater
Nothing says fall like a gorgeous, comfy brioche sweater. This asymmetrical shaped top down sweater is knitted with 100% superwash superfine merino yarn and will easily become your favorite autumn staple.
Big Up! Throw Blanket
If you are looking for a quick finger-knit throw kit that can be knit up in two hours, this is the fall project for you. Snuggle up in front of the fire with a hot beverage and you new hand knitted blanket.
Autumn Pumpkin Topiary
Cable knit these three pumpkins to create a fun and festive fall decoration. Stack them to make a colorful topiary. The pumpkins are knitted in flat rows and don't require double pointed needles.
Photo Credit: Gabriella Crossman
Autumn Harvest Throw Pillow
Knit an heirloom quality autumn pillow to decorate year after year. The autumn-colored pillow features squirrels, acorns, and gorgeous patterns to create a fall scape. Embellish with buttons, making it simple to remove and wash at the end of the season.
Photo Credit: Patons@Yarnspirations
Cozy Composition Socks
Select a gorgeous variegated hand-dyed yarn and knit up these cuff-down socks with an all-over lace pattern. Then, cozy up on the couch with your favorite book and toasty toes.
Decorate your autumn feast table with a bowl of these adorable knitted acorns. Use various colors to create a lovely bouquet of fall acorns. These make lovely hostess gifts for fall events, as well.
Photo Credit: Kim Hamlin
Howard's Tam Kit
Knitted with one skein of Serenity Worsted yarn, it is a quick knit. The warm and stylish beanie hat is perfect for autumn evenings when the weather is brisk. Knit more than one in various colors and have one for every occasion.
Hey there, fiber enthusiasts! Are you wondering why you should add more hand-dyed yarn to your already brimming stash? Today, we're here to share seven irresistible reasons to indulge in extra skeins of this magical, one-of-a-kind art form. So grab a cup of tea, snuggle up in your coziest knitwear, and let's unravel the magic of hand-dyed yarn together!
Knitting has been a beloved hobby for centuries, and it's no surprise why. Beyond the satisfaction of creating something beautiful and useful with your own two hands, knitting can also be a deeply meditative and mindful practice.
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