Krewe and Blur by Lee Meredith. Kits by Infinite Twist.

 

 

Krewe & Blur

by Lee Meredith

Inspired by colorful beaded necklaces, Krewe is created with slipped and twisted stitches. Columns of stitches are then dropped to create a cowl of the perfect density for summer evenings.

Lee has also created Blur, a free companion pattern for fingerless mitts, which is worked with Krewe's left-over yarn.

To see more of these gorgeous accessories, visit the Krewe & Blur Project Page.

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sherpa jacket

by Courtney Spainhower

This unique and modern cardigan is deceptively simple to create. Simple short rows create a gentle, sweeping back to create a cozy, casual style in a slightly-oversized garment that is sure to become your favorite for cooler days and evenings.

Kits for this sweater feature Infinite Twist's Helix yarn for the main body, and hand-spun Halo Heather as an accent on the collar and cuffs. 

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taj mahal slipper socks

by Cate Carter-Evans

Inspired by the carvings on the Taj Mahal, these thick and cozy slipper socks feature a traditional toe-up Turkish sock construction, afterthought heel,  and stranded colorwork.

Certain to warm even the chilliest feet!

A limited number of kits are available in Qinghai Handspun.

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log cabin shawl

by Cate Carter-Evans

Inspired by the traditional Log Cabin quilt block, this generous and striking shawl features a rich interplay of subtly shifting hand-painted colors. 

Knitted in Infinite Twist's Helix yarn, the shawl is next-to-the-skin soft with gorgeous hand-feel and drape. Equally flattering front and back, it's the perfect companion for cool evenings. 

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the artisan spinning wheel

Acadia Wheel & Loom's sleek and modern spinning wheel delivers a supremely smooth spinning experience.

Handmade in Bar Harbor, Maine.