Yarn On The House recommended pattern 3The last of this series is a pattern introduction recommended for Little Brother.
The first thing I would like to introduce is patterns from YOTH.
The main design is simple and draped, making use of the softness of MCN (merino, cashmere, nylon) yarn.
005 is a large stole with a design that can be used as a snood by fastening the buttons on both ends. Constructed with lace and herringbone pattern. With Little Brother 4 case. Even if it's shorter, of course. It's nice to play with buttons.
This item has a relaxed silhouette like 001 Relax and the garter knitting at the hem. It's knitted with fingering thread, so it looks like it's going to be light and smooth.
3 cases for XS, 4 cases for S~M. If you look at this knitted fabric, you can see how it feels to be knitted. The moderate hand-dyed feeling is wonderful.
A simple triangular shawl Mexico is available in 2 boxes. Isn't it good for shawl beginners? Such an ordinary design is actually easy to use, so it is also recommended for travel companions for advanced users. The pattern is free.
Rheinlust is a pattern recently released by Melanie who is familiar with amirisu. The scale-like pattern looks a bit like an ukiyo-e print, and it looks like it would be fun to knit. It seems that KAL is also doing it now. It seems to be quite large, and it is 3 cases.
If it's a shawl, I think this would be good too. Pebble Beach that I've been wanting to knit for a long time. A moderately regular lace pattern is very effective. You can go from S size to L size with 2 boxes.
Originally designed with Plucky yarn, Up North is the pattern I'm thinking of knitting next. It is a snood that weaves in a circle. If it's short, it's one skein, and if it's long, it's two skeins. The Native American style pattern is wonderful! I want to knit quickly.