Lavender Frost Shrug
Lavender Frost is a cozy crochet shrug to keep you warm and cozy through any chilly day. A beautiful floral motif decorates the back and sleeves, making this a real statement piece. The subtle glimmer and soft halo of Merino Mist give this piece an ethereal quality.
SIZES: Extra Small (Small, Medium, Large, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X)
To fit 32 (36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60, 64)” bust.
Length: 18 (19, 19¾, 20¾, 21¼, 21¼, 21½, 21½, 22)”
Sleeve Length: 19¾ (19¾, 19¾, 20, 20¾, 20¾, 21, 21, 21)”
Back width: 20¼ (20¼, 20¼, 20¼, 20¼, 24¾, 25½, 25½, 25½)”
Note: The jacket is crocheted at a loose gauge and meant to be worn open, so the sizing is by the back width measured shoulder to shoulder rather than by the bust width.
Rozetti Yarns Merino Mist (60% viscose, 20% acrylic, 20% fine merino; 50g/167 yds)
• 101 Frost (MC) – 4 (4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5) balls
• 105 Lavender (CC1) – 2 (2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3) balls
• 106 Drizzle (CC2) – 2 balls, all sizes
Hooks: US Size I-9 (5.5 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
US Size H-8 (5.0 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle, at least 2 removable stitch markers
This sweater back is crocheted first, beginning with the Floral Motif. The back continues until it becomes a large square. The square is then folded lengthwise, so the corners meet and are joined using a round of double crochet, forming the armholes. The edging for the collar and side bands are worked around the Back piece. The sleeve motifs are then worked and set aside. Sleeve stitches are worked in the round from the armhole opening down, then the motif is attached, and the remainder of the sleeve is worked in the round to the cuff.
The Floral Motif is both written and charted. A diagram is included to help you visualize the construction.
A delicate dream – the Iris Stole is the perfect accessory to elevate any evening attire. The lace pattern knit at a loose gauge creates a beautifully drapey fabric. The self-shading nature of Alpaculence complements the lace pattern without overshadowing it and the glitter adds just the right amount of glamour. An engaging and rewarding project.
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Length: 54” x Width: 16½”
Rozetti Yarns Alpaculence (76% acrylic, 9% wool, 9% alpaca, 6% glitter; 3.5 oz/100 g/536 yds)
• 101 Obsidian – 1 skein
Needles: US size 8 (5 mm) 24” circular or longer (to accommodate large number of sts) or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers
The stole is worked flat. The cast-on edge is slightly scalloped while the bound-off edge is straighter. The border on all sides is a double moss stitch. While the lace pattern consists of yarn overs and decreases, we recommend adding markers between each pattern repeat to help you stay on track.
New Moon Pullover
Seeking a simple knit with a lot of impact? Look no further than the New Moon Pullover. This sweater is light, lofty, and shimmers as beautifully as the night sky. It pairs soft, halo-y Alaska with glittering Cotton Gold – a yarn match made in heaven. The body features an all-over slip-stitch motif that creates the look of shimmering tiles. Drop shoulders and oversized sleeves make this piece completely on trend. Easy to dress up or down – this piece is sure to be a favorite for any chilly night.
SIZES: Small (Medium, Large, 1X, 2X)
Bust: 34¾ (37¼, 40, 42¾, 45¼)”
Length: 25 (25½, 28, 28½, 31)”
Rozetti Yarns Alaska (44% acrylic, 26% polyamide, 15% superwash fine merino, 15% alpaca; 50g/246 yds)
• 907 Silver Moon (MC) – 4 (5, 5, 6, 7) balls
Rozetti Yarns Cotton Gold (65% cotton, 27% payette, 8% metallic; 25g/200 yds)
• 1094 Black with Silver Sequins (CC) – 1 (1, 2, 2, 2) balls
Needles: Needle A: US Size 6 (4 mm) 24-32” circular
Needle B: US Size 5 (3.75 mm) 24-32” circular and set of DPNs or your preferred needle for knitting small circumferences
Needle C: US Size 4 (3.5 mm) 24-32” circular and set of DPNs or your preferred needle for knitting small circumferences
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers, stitch holder or waste yarn
This body of this sweater is knit seamlessly in the round from the bottom up. The front and back are separated at the underarms and worked flat. After joining the shoulders using the three-needle bind-off, sleeve stitches are picked up and knit in the round from the top down.
This sweater features a slight A-line shape achieved by changing needle sizes throughout the body, ensuring that the stitch pattern is not interrupted. Gauge is taken using the largest needle size.
Stripes are elevated in a new way with the Sapphire Shawl. A classic shawl shape gets added interest with asymmetrical lines, and texture meshes beautifully with the mix of Alaska and Cotton Gold. The glittering blue hues are sure to spice up any outfit for a night out.
SIZES: Small (Medium, Large)
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Wingspan: 66 (84, 90)” x Depth at Center: 29 (30½, 42½)”
Rozetti Yarns Alaska (44% acrylic, 26% polyamide, 15% fine merino wool superwash, 15% alpaca; 50g/246 yds)
• 904 Frozen Pond (MC) – 2 (3, 3) balls
Rozetti Yarns Cotton Gold (65% cotton, 27% payette, 8% glitter; 25g/200 yds)
• 1100 Blue (CC) – 2 (2, 3) balls
Needles: US Size 6 (4 mm) 40” circular needle or longer, or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Stitch markers, tapestry needle, removable stitch marker
This shawl is worked flat from the top down using two colors. Stitches are increased at the center and along each edge on right side rows, creating a triangular shape. When working increases, maintain the stitch pattern as established; ie: knit the knits, purl the purls. The shawl is finished with an I-cord bind off.
Wrapped garments are pieces that never go out of style and are so easy to wear and the Thistle Wrap is no exception. It is a cozy cardigan that will stand the test of time. The cropped silhouette is great for layering over dresses or for pairing with high-waisted skirts. Bust darts and set-in sleeves ensure the perfect fit. Knit in soft, hazy Alaska, you’ll love knitting this piece as much as you’ll love wearing it.
SIZES: Small (Medium, Large, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X)
Bust: 34½ (38½, 42½, 46½, 50½, 54½, 58½, 62½)”
Length: 16¼ (17¼, 17¾, 18¼, 19½, 20, 21¼, 21½)”
Rozetti Yarns Alaska (44% Acrylic, 26% Polyamide, 15% Alpaca; 50g/246 yds)
• 905 Stormy – 4 (4, 5, 5, 6, 6, 7, 7) balls
Needles: US Size 6 (4 mm) 32” and 16” circular and set of DPNs or size needed to obtain gauge
Hook: US Size G-6 (4 mm)
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers, removable stitch markers, stitch holder or waste yarn
The waistband is worked first. Removable markers are placed into the waistband to guide you as you pick up stitches for the body. Then the body sts are picked up from the waistband and knit from the bottom up. The sleeves are knit in the round from the bottom up in this pattern, work all slipped stitch purlwise unless otherwise noted.
Winter Aspen is a beautiful cowl inspired by the view from my bedroom window on a winter morning. It uses slipped stitch cables to create the image of aspen trees above a moss stitch ground. The trees are delicate, and the background is glittering. You’ll love this cozy piece around your shoulders no matter the occasion.
SIZES: Extra Small (Small, Medium, Large, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X)
Hem Circumference: 39¾ (44¾, 49¾, 54½, 59½, 69½, 74½, 79½)”
Neck Circumference: 24¼ (27¼, 30¼, 33½, 36½, 42½, 45½, 48½)”
Rozetti Yarns Alpaculence (76% acrylic, 9% wool, 9% alpaca, 6% glitter; 100g/536 yds)
• 106 Aquamarine (CC) – 1 (1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3) skeins
Wisdom Yarns Angora Lace (60% merino superwash wool, 30% nylon, 10% angora; 100g/462 yds)
• 201 Cloud (MC) – 1 (1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3) skeins
Needles: US Size 2 (2.75 mm) 16” circular needle or longer, or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Waste yarn, size F-5 (3.75 mm) crochet hook, stitch markers, tapestry needle, cable needle, spare circ ndl (for picking up provisional cast-on sts)
This cowl is meant to fit with 2-4” of positive ease at the hem when wrapped around the arms and chest 6” below the shoulder. If in doubt, go up a size.
This cowl is worked one piece in the round beginning with a provisional cast on which is folded to create a tidy hem. Work all slipped stitches purlwise with yarn held in back unless otherwise noted.