Ravelry in Review

by Cynthia

One of my favorite past times these days is to browse Ravelry for patterns that I find interesting or would love to make. I thought it might be fun to showcase some of these patterns from time to time as maybe there are other knitters (and crocheters!) out there like myself that enjoy dreaming and contemplating their next knitting (or crocheting!) projects while skimming over patterns.

Before I begin, let it be known, that the photos below go along with the patterns and are not my own. Just wanted to make that clear. :) Now, on with the showcase!

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Would love to knit this one for myself before the warm weather sets in. (We are still rainy and cold and it’s the end of May.)

Sparrow by Pam Allen

There is a knit-along going on this month for this beautiful stole and I want to join in if I can spare some more time.

Parasol Stole by Derya  Davenport

I love the relaxed look of this sweater.

Olive by Helga Isager

This cute little top would be perfect for summer and even better- the pattern is free!

Sarah Tank Top by Christine Buhagiar

There really isn’t a pattern by Tiny Owl Knits that I don’t like. But this one I just love and have to make here soon. I’m sure my daughter would steal them once I had them made and I’d never be able to use them for holding needles!

Fairy Castles {for storing hooks & needles} by Tiny Owl Knits

How’s that for some inspiration! I hope to post another Ravelry in Review again in the near future. There are just so many amazing patterns by such talented designers out there. It’s just too much fun browsing them all!

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