Winter Patterns: Keeping Warm with Cosy PROJECT
As the winter months approach we feel the temperature dropping. In some areas of Australia the temperature is certainly dropping faster than in others, but we feel it nonetheless! We here at Cosy PROJECT aren’t dreading the season. We’re looking forward to nights in, enjoyed with a warm drink and a cosy blanket, and new winter patterns to work on.
At the crux of enjoying winter is being able to keep warm. We’ve compiled a list of our favourite new winter patterns to keep you busy these cooler nights and warm these cooler days!
Cute Crochet Cap
The Cute Crochet Cap, designed by Jo Sharp, offers protection from the elements, and makes a lovely gift for a friend. The pattern requires crocheting experience, yet offers a wonderful opportunity to enhance your skills.
Try the Cute Crochet Cap pattern today
Autumn Winds Scarf
The Autumn Winds Scarf, designed by Deirdre Bond-Abel, similarly offers protection from the elements. The pattern relies on applique however the stitching is very straightforward. Felted wool doesn’t fray, so the applique shapes don’t need to be turned under!
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Comforting Chequered Cushions
The Comforting Chequered Cushions, designed by Jo Sharp, feature a chequer pattern of cable and reverse stocking stitch. They also feature a garter stitch border. The pattern is perfect for knitters hoping to perfect their cable stitch. The resulting cushions will provide the perfect winter comfort.
Start the Comforting Chequered Cushions pattern today
Children’s Floral and Embellished Intarsia Sweater
The Children’s Floral and Embellished Intarsia Sweater, designed by Jo Sharp, features a floral design. The sweater is worked in intarsia and embellished with French knots, and chain and embroidery stitches. The pattern is perfect for knitters hoping to extend their knitting skills. It is suitable for everyday wear. It will also work in any colour palette.
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‘Clan McCrochet’ Crochet Rug
The Clan McCrochet Crochet Rug, designed by Sue Pinner, will keep you warm this winter. The Macleod Harris Tweed inspired the rug. It accordingly features tartan patterning and incorporates a blend of blues and greens overlaid with red and mustard stripes.
Try the Clan McCrochet Crochet Rug pattern today