Today we are releasing the Knittin' Little Winter 2015 collection. You will see that our collection size has increased this season with 3 garments for girls, 3 for boys, and 3 unisex accessories. I am so proud at how cohesive this collection seems to be. Our designers really took the time creating their design proposals and, with the help of some amazing yarn companies, have created a collections that is modern and classic with a touch of winter rustic.
(click on the photo below to scroll through the pieces)
Lil' Stinker by Noel Margaret is the most whimsical little cowl there is. This cuddly friend is knit in worsted weight yarn and features a cable running the length of his blaze. A keyhole loop makes it easy to put on a squirmy kiddo. This little stinker is knit in Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash.
Sylvan Hat & Mittens by Nikki Wagner are a classic staple to any child's winter wardrobe. Knit in worsted weight yarn with thick cables, this set can be knit up quickly, in time for your holiday gift knitting. The set is knit in Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Worsted.
Hasu Hat by Jessie Ksanznak is a great way to use a special skein of variegated sock yarn. While we photographed it on a girl, I thought this hat looked fabulous on D as well. The colors we choose really lend themselves to any gender while the linen and lotus stitch help to break up pooling and creating a really beautiful distribution of colors. This hat is knit in Magpie Fibers Swanky Sock Fingering.
For the Boys
Locksley by Emily Ringelman is the right amount of vintage ski sweater and modern style. It has a shawl collar that is just generous enough to keep little necks warm. This piece is knit in Knit Picks Swish Worsted.
O-Sharay by Ayako Monier is full of texture and style. It is a simple stitch worked on a simple shape to create a big impact. I love that is seems to be just the right amount of rugged and classic. This pullover is knit in Lakes Yarn & Fibers Lochsa DK.
Catoctin by Kristen Jancuk is the perfect holiday sweater. It is stylish, featuring cables throughout the yoke and textured elbow patches (!!!) and has a handsome split collar. This sweater is knit in Tanis Fiber Arts Yellow Label DK.
For the Girls
Growing Up Twisted by Kristen TenDyke is a tiny sweater full of so many detail. Dedicate cables run down the fronts into lovely set-in pockets. A large cable panel extends down the back from the neckline to add even more wow factor. This cardigan is knit in The Fiber Seed Sprout.
Mountaintop Pullover by Mackenzie Snader is an easy top-down raglan with a lovely colorwork pattern worked around the body. The perfect beginner sweater, it is a simple shape with body detail that keeps it from being anything except boring. This sweater is knit in Hikoo Sueno.
Clara by Andrea Sanchez is another great beginner sweater. It is dainty and feminine with that lace ruffle (knit in cashmere and silk! swoon!) creating a lovely detail while the rest of the sweater knits up quick on worsted weight yarn. This pullover is knit in Sweet Georgia Yarns Trinity Worsted and CashSilk Lace.
Stay tuned as we look at each individual pattern over the next week. And start planning what you're going to cast on first!