Fulfilling Your Pattern Needs
I tend to knit popular patterns. I see them often enough to remember them, but since I don’t hang with many knitters, no one I know owns the finished object. Still, I think it’s time to round up some of the more obscure, yet still lovely, patterns I want to try. These three patterns all have fewer than 10 projects on Ravelry, but are worthy of many, many more.
Green T by Holly Priestley
Love this. It looks really easy to make – lots of stockinette with a little pattern to keep you from going insane. I think the neck line is nice and elegant. If I could ever get sweaters to fit, it might be worth a try.
Box-Pleat Top by Zoë Scheffy
I am so tempted to make this. Maybe a little longer than the pattern suggests and cinch it with a thick belt? Hotness.
Danube Socks by Cailyn Meyer
Sock knitters are pros at knitting for their own enjoyment. You put endless hours into socks, just to shove them into shoes and not have anyone notice them. Admire the socks – they deserve it. Oh, and this is a free sock knitting pattern. Nice!