Serial Knitters patterns
Designs from Annelie Wallbom, Deb Scally, Debie Frable and Kristen Stuart.
Ripples by Annelie Wallbom
This lovely asymmetrical, garter-stitch shawl is an addictive knit! It is simple enough for those “Knit Night” gab sessions, but interesting enough to keep you coming back for more.
Designed as the Serial Knitters LYS tour pattern, it’s constructed so that if you weigh your yarn beforehand, you can use the maximum possible amount in your skein -- making it great for those souvenir single skeins that we never quite know what do do with. The sideways design works great for a variety of yarn colors and dye-patterns -- showing off beautiful tonals and breaking up variegation. Meanwhile, the optional beads add just the right touch of sparkle.
Danke Shawl by Annelie Wallbom
Designed especially for Kirkland’s Serial Knitters Yarn Shop’s featured Puget Sound LYS Tour 2016 pattern.
This shawl is a top-down crescent-shaped shawl with a lovely knitted-on fern lace border. The pattern includes written instructions and an easy to read chart for the lace border. It also includes instructions for fingering and DK weight yarn.
See more of Annelie's patterns here on Ravelry
The Cowly-Snoody-Cape-Thing by ScallyGirlKnits
This beautiful and versatile textured cowl can be worn three ways – as a neck warmer, a capelet, or a snood. Wrap up warm on a chilly morning, and look fabulous doing it! Designed Pattern available for purchase from Ravelry.
Deb Scally's pattern store is found here on Ravelry.
Serial Knitters Yarn Tote by Debie Frable
An awesome felted bag that became a hit at our Grand Opening. Pattern requires 1 skein of Cascade Ecological Wool® yarn or 478 yards of 100% bulky weight wool yarn. Designed by Debie Frable to carry your WIP projects. (Work in Progress)
Gradient Shift Cowl by Kristen Stuart
This cowl is a fantastic way to use up gorgeous hand dyed mini skeins or leftovers.
The pattern is written for 5 different single-ply mini skeins 100 yards each. You may use any fingering leftover yarn from other projects. This pattern is easy to make shorter by using 4 colors and/or skipping a stockinette section.
Crescents Baby Blanket by Kristen Stuart
This super easy baby blanket is so squishy that the baby will love cuddling with it. The pattern is written for a baby size 28”x 27” but can be adjusted to a longer length by adding a couple more repeats of the chart. The pattern has a chart and row by row instructions.
This pattern is great for beginners to learn to read charts or a relaxing knit for an intermediate knitter. Perfect project for the last minute baby shower gift!