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Adding up a long list of subtle details, Kaplan makes the most of all of them. Worked in a combination of the softest merino and silk mohair, the hem and sleeve cuff alternate yarns to create a sheer stripe pattern. Gently flared cuffs, waist shaping, and a tailored collar create a modern and feminine silhouette. Kaplan is worked circularly from...
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Wrap yourself in bold sweeping cables with this modern accessory in the softest, warmest baby yak yarn from mYak. Worked from written instructions or chart, the pattern includes two options: Version I (scarf) is narrower and longer in a worsted weight yarn, Version II (wrap) is wider and slightly shorter in a bulky weight yarn.
A chic, elongated cable motif adorns the front and back of this tailored short sleeved pullover. With an easy to wear A-line shape, this sweater can be worn alone or layered over another shirt for additional warmth. Knit in a luxurious blend of cashmere and merino wool, Hatcher is sure to be a favorite that pairs with any style pant or skirt you...
At first glance, Martine might appear to be a simple raglan, but it is so much more. The all-over knotted stitch creates wonderful texture to a perfectly fitting sweater (extra attention was put into the raglan shaping to ensure this). Worked in a summery cotton chainette yarn (Shibui Rain), Martine can be worn alone in warmer temperatures or la...
Worked with two strands of irresistible yarn (Shibui Yarns Pebble & Twig), this pullover becomes the perfect year-round sweater. The relaxed fit compliments the simple details of repeating purl stripes and 2x2 ribbing – and the split hem is the final special touch. The body of Wintour is worked from the bottom up in pieces, then seamed. The ...
An uncomplicated but thoroughly sophisticated cabled pullover, Piedmont is a pleasure to wear. The A-line body is knit circularly from hem to underarms, then worked flat with drop-shoulder shaping. The sleeves are worked circularly beginning with the cuff, then sewn into the garment so that the cables are all going the same direction. The turned...
A wardrobe staple, this simple crewneck pullover is an absolute classic and sure to become one of your favorites. Veneto is worked from the bottom-up in pieces, with waist shaping, simple ribbed details, and full-fashioned armhole decreases. A single-stitch selvedge makes it a snap to seam together. Go from light to dark, dark to light, add a po...
This modern interpretation of a classic dolman sweater is anything but ordinary. Worked in simple stockinette stitch, the main design detail becomes the perfectly placed full-fashioned decreases along the armhole edges. The body and sleeves are worked separately with deep raglan shaping (rather than the typical side-to-side approach) in order to...
Featuring a mirrored diagonal rib pattern, Sidwell can be worn with stitches running up and down (seam at shoulders) or turned sideways (seam at center front/back), making it the ultimate accessory for stying and versatility. This poncho is knitted from the bottom-up in two identical pieces, then joined together and finished with a simple rol...
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
Your next go-to summer top, this long and lean tunic vest will easily become a favorite. With perfectly shaped decreases at the armhole edges, the slipped rib stitch pattern stands out in vivid detail. Make a second one in a wool or silk yarn and wear it layered during cooler seasons.
This pullover is knitted in a combination of silk tweed and silk mohair to create a very modern raglan pullover. The slightly cropped hem, extra wide neckline, and super long sleeves give it just the right details. Worn layered or alone, it is a classic stylish piece for any occasion.
From the lush collar hugging the neck to the long hem falling at mid-thigh, this loose-fitting tunic vest is the epitome of style. Details include two front pockets and the back is knitted in a contrasting yarn for a block of unexpected color viewed from the side or rear. Can be worn layered or alone.
If you like working with color but find the more traditional patterns a little involved, you’ll adore this cowl. Designed with a minimal aesthetic and finished to be fully reversible (neatly hiding all the messy stranded bits!), it will hug your neck in a lofty cocoon of irresistible softness.
An ultrachic oversized popover that’s otherworldly cozy. With details like a handsome heathered yarn, oh so subtle herringbone pattern, and three-quarter length sleeves, it’s perfect for pairing with whatever you happen to have on. Add long sleeves or gloves for even more sophistication. Extra-loose fit. Falls to below hip.
With a refreshing natural texture (it’s all about the amazing yarn), a flattering-on-everyone silhouette and meticulous details like a rolled neck, exposed raglan seams and side slits, this sweater is among my favorites. Wear it casual or with something dressier, for an easy elegance upgrade. Loose fit. Scoopneck. Short sleeves. Falls just below...
Knitting: Cardigan, Vest
Worn over a sleeveless tank in warm weather or with your favorite turtleneck in cold, this draped collar vest will be a chic addition to your everyday wardrobe. The oversized fit and open front flatters every figure, and keeps you just a little bit warmer when you need it. Can be styled with a pin or belt as well, whatever fits your personal taste.
Using three strands of delicate Habu fine merino, this modern and stylish scarf is an experiment in blending color as it shifts gradually from one to a another. Each end of the scarf brings in a strand of silk stainless steel, creating a difference in shape and texture.