My favorite thing about Ravelry is how it constantly introduces me to new patterns—through the Hot Patterns page, seeing what my friends are faving, or just when I’m searching for, say, a worsted-weight cardigan or a fingering-weight shawl.
But now I’ve got a problem. It’s one of those “first world problems” that indicate that your life is already pretty awesome, if this is what you have to complain about. :-) I now have so many gorgeous patterns favorited on Ravelry that I’m never going to have the time to knit them all. Here are some that I’ll probably never get around to, but I fall in love all over again every time I see them:
- Sylvi by Mari Muinonen (tikru)
photo © Sadie Dayton
- The Null Hypothesis Scarf by Katrina Elsaesser
photo © Jessica Glein
- Rams and Yowes by Kate Davies
photo by wazzag
- Flower Back Sweater by Kristin Omdahl
- LightWaves by Susan Ashcroft
photo by hippadeemo
- Pretty As A Peacock Shawl by Jae Koscierzynski
photo © Some Knitting Required
- Fireweeds by Rose Hiver
photo © Rose Hiver
- Pretty much anything by Kieran Foley.
- October is for Spinners
I love how this design tells a story. It’s not just a static object; it makes you think about how knitting is created.
photo by idyllicchick
- Cathedral Rose Window Afghan
Check out some of these projects on Ravelry—the color combinations are great.
photo by JulieAnny