Thats right! With only three weeks to go it is time to start putting the pedal to the metal. Here are a few projects that work with Aran Weight Yarn and will knit up with time to spare.
Turban(d) by Amélie Bernier
This project will be fast and it will be loved! If you have several people who would like one of this seasons most fashionable knit accessories then make several, and throw in one for yourself. Did I mention that this is a fast project? It is also a free pattern. The original was knit with Manos del Uruguay Classica which we have in the most divine colours right now. At least 35 to choose from, so no excuses.
Liv’s Play Rug from Pickles
This sweet crocheted rug will take you no time to make and you can use up odds and sods of leftovers if you care too. Keep a little ones bottom warm and spread a little joy. This pattern is also a free one. Hooray! If you don’t have any sods nor odds then try making it with Berroco Vintage Chunky which wears well and yes- washes well and it’s soft too!
Cupido Cowl by Hiroko Fukatsu
This lovely cowl is made with an easily done slip stitch repeat pattern and comes in a single wrap and a double wrap size. Make it with Berroco Flicker! This yarn is spun almost entirely out of baby alpaca fibre. The remainder is a bit of glimmer. Yes shiny gold or silver bits adding sparkle to the knit. What a lovely cowl that would be!
Snug by Hinke Schreuders
This sweet jumper is bound to be a favorite. Knit from side to side in good old garter stitch. Knit in one piece with very little seaming to slow you down. Only fits new borns to 6 months old, which is a shame but will make for a faster knitting time. Make it in Cascade Ecological Wool as shown in the picture. It feels great, wears well, and is very inexpensive too.
Camera Mittens by Ruth Stewart
Know any shutterbugs? These mittens have a hole in them – but it is an intentional one! The wearer can click away the whole day letting their trigger finger escape to the warm mitten whenever required. The neat thing about this pattern is that you can make the mitten with any type of yarn you want, you can also make it for any size of hand you want. Measure the hand and knit a gauge swatch and let that guide you. So grab the yarn that suits you and go to it! You can find the pattern for free here.
PS. you can make it without the hole too!
Vargavinter by Maria Olsson
Crocheted mittens! Really cute ones too! Since crocheting is fast you will have these done in no time. Use Misti Alpaca for the softest mittens ever! The pattern is free!
Kimono Slippers from Blog of Joy
If you are afraid of double pointed needles then this may be the slipper pattern for you. These feet warmers are knit flat and then folded like origami to create this unique slipper shape. Make them with Berroco Vintage Chunky. This wash and wear yarn will fit these slippers like a glove
Next week – Bulky yarn!