The simplicity of the pattern will really allow the yarn used to shine. We love this paired with the gorgeous hues of Union Fibre 4ply.
Mon Manet Light is the perfect lightweight pullover to let the beauty of handyed yarns really sing. Knit in simple stockinette, it can be knit in reversible so that either the knit or purl side is the right side, depending on your preference. We love this pattern for yarns like Sock Lite or Basic Stella that have such beautiful speckles and colors!
We first discovered the Arisu pattern thanks to Autumn and Indigo's beautiful version! The capsleeves and somewhat cropped length are perfect for springtime layers. Plus, the lace details are just gorgeous!
We've been big fan's of Tamy Gore's patterns for awhile now and love this oversized shawl for cool summer nights. The lace eyelets and stripes in Livie create the perfect combination of pattern and texture!
The beautiful solid hues of Sapling Sock from Cedar House Yarns would be perfect paired with some of the fun speckles of Boon Classic for this pattern!
Olive Knits always designs beautiful pieces that are sure to become staples in your closet and Brunswick is no different! The slight colorwork detailing at them hem is beautiful and perfect for beginners who want to dip their toes into working with two colors!
Paleta combines soft and squishy DK-weight with light and airy mohair with beautiful results!
Pair this pattern with Berry DK and Berry Mohair from Woolberry Fiber Co. for the perfect summer pullover that you can take with you all year round.
We knit this pattern over the winter, but it could absolutely transition into a lightweight shawl for the warmer weather we're seeing these days!
Soft Sunday is the perfect project for all those single skeins of fingering weight yarn that you have hiding in your stash. We knit ours in Mars Sock from Nox Yarn Co.
Marettimo is the perfect opportunity to play around with both texture and color combinations! The lacework creates stunningly textured stripes, while giving you the chance to mix-and-match multiple colors in your project.
What are your other favorite knitting patterns for warmer weather? We'd love to hear about them!