July's Featured Finished Knitting Projects

Updated: Aug 3

I am currently hosting a plethora of re-test knits (because I've re-formatted, added charts, and tech edited all of my patterns!), and it's been fun to revisit some of my old patterns -- and see how I've changed as a designer over the past year. So, I thought it'd be fun to do another throwback to some of my first pattern designs, released in fall 2019!


Nestled Diamonds Blanket


This super bulky blanket pattern is a quick an addicting knit. Every other row requires some attention but is full of repeats -- which if you can read your knitting, become very intuitive! This design uses seed stitch and slipped crossed stitches. The pattern is available from security blanket size to throw size. This pattern is available for purchase on Ravelry and LoveCrafts.


Here are a few example projects! (Click the photo to view the project page!)


Remembering Summer Infinity Scarf


This scarf pattern is a very quick, fun, and engaging knit filled with lots of texture! It is the perfect pattern for a beginner knitter who is wanting to learn new stitches and motifs without needing to work a large, overly complicated project. The Remembering Summer Scarf is also a great project for using up mini skeins and scrap yarn -- and just playing with color in general! The pattern is available for purchase on Ravelry and LoveCrafts.


Here are a few examples! (Click the photo to view the project page!)


Remembering Summer Shawl

The Remembering Summer Shawl uses the same textures as the Infinity Scarf, just on a much larger scale (and in a different shape)! This shawl design is super cozy, fun to knit, and also a lot of fun to play with colors! I've designed this shawl using fingering weight yarn. The pattern is available for purchase on Ravelry and LoveCrafts.

Here are a few examples! (Click the photo to view the project page!)


I hope you found this little feature section inspiring! Please let me know in the comments if you look forward to some more featured projects! Interested in a chance to have your project featured? Share your photos on Instagram (using the design's hashtag) and link your Ravelry project page to my pattern! Don't forget: I am currently updating all of my patterns! If you’ve purchased a pattern, you will automatically receive the new, tech edited version with charts when the updates are released — hopefully by the end of summer!

Happy Knitting!

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