Knit for less with yarns from the Outlet
Have you checked out our yarn outlet yet? There are some great deals that can help you knit for less. But maybe you’re wondering what to make with all the delicious cheap fibers you see: well, fear not, because we’ve gathered up some great patterns you can make using yarns from the outlet.
The Sylvania Shawl by Gabrielle Vézina is a stunning statement piece that will work in any wardrobe. For a luxurious feel, splurge a bit (though less than usual since it’s on sale!) on cashmere and try making it with Jade Sapphire Keja.
Care for a touch of sparkle? Twinkle Infinity by Emily is a great choice to add some subtle pizzazz to an outfit. Made with Classic Elite Yarns Ava and featuring a moebius twist, this piece should get you through any season.
Brioche stitch is a fun way to make a big squishy garment, and the Giant Color Shift Brioche Scarf by YumiYarns is a great piece to start with. Use a few shades of Louisa Harding Esquel to create the color changes.
The Stardust Hat by Kelene Kinnersly is a lovely slouchy piece that is, according to the designer, “softly dusted with purls.” It’s great in a solid yarn like Debbie Bliss Blue Faced Leicester DK or something with some heathering or variegation like Katia Oxford.
The Hidden Pocket Pillow by Brenda Castiel Designs is a useful piece that will look great in any home. Use Universal Yarn Classic Worsted to make this – then pop your remote, phone, or snack in that handy pocket.
The Buttoned Raglan Vest by Randi Sunde is a great wardrobe basic you’ll get a ton of use out of. Make it in Misti Alpaca Best of Nature Worsted for a cozy, warm option, or choose Misti Alpaca Best of Nature Organic Cotton for a lighter-weight version.
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Last updated: June 6th, 2016.