Published: Winter Patterns in Manos del Uruguay Yarns
Let’s get cozy! The winter and holiday issues of some of our favorite magazines are already on newsstands, and we’ve also spotted lots of new patterns on Ravelry to knit and crochet in Manos del Uruguay yarns. Here are a few of our recent favorites!
Patterns in Print
Brenda K. B. Anderson's Cedar Mittens feature a wave pattern of puff stitches that naturally curve the top edge of these adorable mittens. The texture really pops in single-ply Maxima. The pattern is published in the Winter 2019 Interweave Crochet.
A simple textured pattern and Silk Blend play with light for a captivating visual effect in the Firenze Scarf. The I-cord edge on Joanna Ignatius’ design gives this elegant scarf a sharp, tailored look. The pattern is part of knit.wear Wool Studio Vol.5.
Worked in the round from the top down, Gina Rockenwagner's Striped Raglan Pullover is a colorful delight in slip-stitch rib, wide stripes, and Gloria. The pattern is included in Vogue Knitting Holiday 2018.
The Solidago Hat and Cowl set by illitilli is highly textured and fun to knit. The modern botanical motif, inspired by parts of the Goldenrod plant, is spotlighted in the delightfully squishy Alegria Grande. 3 skeins of yarn and a copy of Interweave Knits Winter 2019 will get you started on this cozy set.
Indie Designs Published on Ravelry
Adair’s minimal lace motif runs diagonally across a field of stockinette stitch, creating a beautiful accessory that can be worn any time of year, especially knit in season-spanning Serena yarn. Julie Hoover’s pattern includes a shawl, scarf, or wrap style.
The Alder Creek Vest, in Marina, features a versatile button placement that allows for multiple styling options: classic vest or form-fitting cross-front. Rachel Pettit’s design includes 2-4 inches of positive ease, but because of the open underarms, this measurement could be quite forgiving depending on preferred styling.