Deep winter may be in the forecast but there are more than a few ways to chase away the biting cold, sitting by a roaring fire with a cup of hot cocoa, flipping through pictures of last year’s tropical vacation or twenty minutes of jumping jacks should do the trick. To look warm and stylish at the same time you might want to try one of these hot-hued chill chasers that are as much fun to knit as they are to wear.
A clever mix of textured stitch work and embedded pockets combine to make Baxter a truly unique scarf project. Knit up in Mecha, a bulky superwash merino in a parade of almost forty colourways. Designed by Annabelle Speer. Borrajas (shown above).
Much more than just a stunning work of art, Sullivan translates the majestic beauty of a wintry landscape into a warm wearable double layer cowl knit with three shades of Arroyo, a sport weight merino. Designed by Ashley Rao. Regatta Blue, Natural, and Black (shown above).
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and Kenmare has sprinkles of them detailed in delicate lacework on this crescent-shaped shawl knit in Malabrigo Sock, available in more than thirty choices. Designed by Lynette Meek. Rayon Vert (shown above).
As relaxing to knit as a Sunday drive down a winding country lane, Crosby harmoniously merges ribbing and cables together in a cosy scarf design knit in Mecha. Designed by Annabelle Speer. Azul Fresco (shown above).
This fiery shade of passion will undoubtedly raise the thermometer a few notches. Lafayette is a semi-circular shawl worked with short row shaping and balanced at the top with a scalloped lace border. Knit in Finito, a laceweight merino. Designed by Zabeth Loisel-Weiner. Cereza (shown above).
Filling the void between neck and chin, Broome is a bulky weight circular cowl knit with two skeins of Rasta and comes fully loaded with cables that swing left and then right. Designed by Vanessa Putt. Lettuce (shown above).