Single Skein Pattern Round Up


Looking for a quick knit, or have a single skein leftover from a larger project and wondering what to do with it? Look no further! We’ve put together a roundup of amazing single skein projects for several of our yarns: In the fingering weight category, we rounded up patterns that would be great for our Serenity 20, Superfine Fingering weight, or Superfine Glitter, which are all 400 yards per skein.

And all the pattern listed below? They are all available for free! Follow the links to Ravelry to review download and link instructions.


 Serenity 20 or Superfine Fingering or Superfine Glitter - 400 yards per skein

Our Serenity 20 is a blend of 70% merino, 20% cashmere, and 10% nylon. Superfine Fingering is 90% merino and 10% nylon; and Superfine Glitter is 90% merino and 10% stellina, for sparkle. All of these skeins have 400 yards of fingering weight, and are perfect for a whole variety of projects.

Top, left to right: Sockhead Slouch Hat, Lionberry.

Middle, left to right: Speckled Space Socks, Reyna.

Bottom, left to right: Copilot, Charade Socks.


Serenity Worsted - 175 yards per skein

Our Serenity Worsted is 75% merino, 15% cashmere, and 10% nylon for added strength. Worsted weight knits up beautifully into warm accessories or cozy sweaters.

Top, left to right: Cruiser, Rye
Bottom, left to right: Barley, Waverly Weekend Cowl


Serenity DK - 250 yards per skein

Serenity DK is 90% merino, and 10% cashmere. Beautifully soft and perfect for accessories or garments. Some great accessory patterns include:

Top, left to right: Spiral Cowl, Spree Socks

Middle, left to right: Fresh Till Cowl, Hinagiku Hat

Bottom, left to right: Susie Reading Mitts, The Age of Brass and Steam Kerchief


Serenity Chunky - 125 yards per skein

Serenity Chunky is a bulky weight beauty comprised of 70% merino, 20% Cashmere Goat, and 10% Nylon for a bit of extra strength. The generous yardage of these skeins mean that bulky weight accessories knit up super fast!

Top, left to right: Vaduz Cowl, Cocoon

Middle, left to right: Hob, Slipper Socks

Bottom, left to right: I'm Lichen This Hat, Marlene's Mittens

What do you think - which of these free patterns are going to be hopping on your needles the soonest?





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  • Stefanie Goodwin-Ritter
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