To see all 5 designs or to purchase the patterns visit Quince and Co’s site click here.
I just released a new little collection of designs named Stormbreak, all using wonderful yarns from Quince and Co. The knits are worked in a gray as the main color with details in one or two other colors.
The 7 patterns in Stormbreak are: an open cardigan with pockets and a big collar, a quick knit bulky cardigan with 3 buttons at the top and a little colorwork detail, a short sleeve scoop neck tunic with simple cables, a hat with a rib and lace brim, a quick, simple textured bulky cowl, a wrap that may be worn as a cowl, hood, or pulled down over the shoulders, and a pair of fingerless mitts with long cuffs and lace panels.
For more info, you may click on a photo and a link will take you to the Ravelry page for that design.
E-book photos and layout by Carrie Bostick Hoge.
Thank you for visiting, I hope that you like this new collection!
And a second pattern release this week, Meridian
Meridian is a cozy, easy to wear cardigan knitted in the incredibly soft and quick to knit Quince and Co.’s Osprey. It is worked in one piece from the top down.
Meridian is cast on at the top of the back of the collar and this part of the collar is worked in Double Moss St to the neck. Then the yoke shaping and body pattern stitches begin and stitches for the front collar sections are cast on and the sweater is continued in one piece (except for the pockets). Once the body is complete, the CO edges of the front collar sections are seamed to the sides of the back collar section.
For more info, or to purchase the pattern, please visit the Ravelry page here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/meridian-5
Pied Piper is a crescent shaped shawlette that begins at the lace edge with Color A and is then shaped by working short rows in Garter stitch with Color B. Quince and Co’s Piper is a gorgeous, lightweight, super soft yarn!
For more info or to purchase the pattern, visit the Ravelry pattern page here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pied-piper-2
Beginning now and ending Friday July 25th at midnight EST, I am having 2 sales through my Winged Knits Ravelry Store.
(Please note: There are 2 different coupon codes and Rav only takes one per store. So if you would like to take advantage of both, you will have to purchase the book separately. I’m sorry for the inconvenience, but I can’t figure out a way around it.)
With coupon code LANDING, my self published book, Landing, is on sale for $20. (It is normally $28)
The print copy of Landing comes with a free e-book version which you receive as soon as you place your order. To purchase the print book follow this link- http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/landing-winged-knits-vol-1 and under the photo of the book cover there is a listing for “print book and digital version” click on the “add to cart” under that. To receive the sale price, use the coupon code LANDING
All of the individual patterns and e-books in my Winged Knits Ravelry Store are 20% off with the coupon code MIDSUM
Here are pics of a few of the patterns:
Thank you for visiting!
Sway is worked from the top down with raglan shaping. After the yoke, increases are worked at the sides and center back to add swing to the bottom of the piece. The stitches for the collar are picked up and worked in rib and optional patch pockets are added.
For more info and photos or to purchase the pattern please visit the Ravelry page here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sway-7
Dalyla is knit slightly loosely from the top down in one piece. It features a wide neck, cable details, aline shaping and the back is worked longer than the front. The drape and shaping make for a lovely lightweight flowing pullover.
For more info or to purchase the pattern, visit the Ravelry page here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/dalyla
I am going hiking for a few days next week and one of the stops is called Zealand Falls, with the way the worked in collar gently falls down the fronts I thought it was a good name for this piece too:)
Zealand Falls is knit from the bottom up, split for the armholes, the collar is continued after the shoulders and is sewn along the back neck. A quick decrease row forms a pretty gather at the back of the collar. The sleeves are worked by picking up stitches, knitting short row sleeve caps and then working down in the round.
Here are photos of my sweater named Zealand Falls and after my trip I will post some pics of the place it is named after-
For more info or to purchase the pattern, please visit the Ravelry page here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/zealand-falls
Thank you for visiting!
Wrap Story is a new little ebook that I just released. It includes patterns for 3 accessories all knit in Beaverslide’s beautiful 2-ply sock/sport yarn.
You can view more photos and info, and purchase the ebook (or individual patterns) through Ravelry here:
Thank you for visiting!
The Shepherd and Shearer is such a wonderful project and I am delighted to get to be part of it this year!
Here is a link to more info about this this annual project and how it began- http://www.fiberfarm.com/2012/11/the-big-announcement
And a link to how to purchase this years kits- http://www.fiberfarm.com/shop/the-shepherd-and-the-shearer-2014
The design began when I received this beautiful yarn-
I tend to find the most inspiration for designs from the yarn itself. After much swatching and then sending a few design ideas over, this was cable pattern that I used in my design.
The center cable reminds me of twisting ivy that climbs along the brick wall next to my house.
The outer cables are reminiscent of the tops of the andromeda plant in my backyard.
The yarn is such a delight to knit with that my progress on this design has moved quickly! Here are some in progress shots-
Just a sleeve and pocket linings to go! I can’t wait to get to wear this one!
AND I am having a 20% off sale on all items in my Ravelry store, just use the code- sale
Sale begins now and ends Friday, May 30th, 2014 at midnight EST.
All the best,