Fall is a time for woolies


With the change of weather, more and more people are stopping by the shop. They are starting on scarfs, hats, and sweaters.  So in the spirit of fall, here are some knitting patterns just perfect to work on this time of year.

Knitted Jacket This is a lovely jacket with interesting stitch design and a hood. Perfect for the chill of fall.

Blubird is a beautiful jacket made with very slimming cables. When paired with some wool yarn this is a just the cardigan for a trip through the pumpkin patch.

The Drops Design Pleated Jacket is so fun and feminine.  Knitted side to side and with short rows, this pattern has adorable stripes and gores of color.

Angie’s Diagonal Knit Jacket is so quick, and when paired with variegated or mottled yarn, you can create something interesting and beautiful.

Of course, I can’t forget the Step by Step designed by Woolstock’s own Leslye Solomon.  This is knitted side to side and the step increases and decreases on the bottom create an interesting and flattering detail.

The Entre-New Cardigan is a fun kimono-style cardigan with accents of entrelac along the front bands and center back. The pattern includes an exclusive color-coded tutorial on how to knit entrelac. If you’ve never knitted entrelac before, this is a great way to learn the technique with easy-to-follow instructions and an accompanying diagram. Sizes included: 36″ through 52″.

Another fun sweater from Leslye is the Vertical Kaleidoscope Cardigan.  You’ll love wearing this lightweight kimono-style cardigan made from different colorways of variegated yarns. Knit from side-to-side in mainly garter stitch this is a flattering look for every figure.

These are just a few ideas for some Fall Sweaters I think you might enjoy.

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