Make & Hue

Stitch + Yarn Collaboration

It takes a special stitch to make a beautiful yarn sing and these gorgeous patterns, with their perfect balance of texture, colour, and fibre, make that relationship perfectly simpatico. &

Feature Image: Worked from the center out, the combination of subtle lace, easy stitches, and bold colours promise sweet delight throughout in Tabetha’s Tullameen.

 

This quick-to-stitch crochet cowl, Alegre by Mary Beth Temple, loaded with texture and perfect for your favourite splashed yarns, gives you tons of wardrobe versatility.

 

In Annika Andrea Wolkes Jana, the easy-to-remember repeat, paired with garter stitch and short-row shaping, makes for a captivating project.

 

With a blend of garter and simple cables, knitters will enjoy the ample texture and eye-catching results of Mindy Wilkes’ Rainelle shawl.

 

Spiral stripe motifs seamed together in Festa Colorata by Susan Walsh, with easy slip stitch crochet and finished with tassels, is enough to enchant every level of crocheter.

 

We love the jumbo diamonds etched in double moss stitch that emboss the surface of Cheryl Toy’s Harlequin, a generously-sized scarf.

 

Named for a famous après-ski hangout in Val d’Isère, the Foli Douce Toque by Allison Thistlewood is a fun, squishy hat with bright bubbles of colour.

 

Wildly colourful and rich in texture, the Kambalda Scarf by Lena Fedotova brings bold delight to every crocheter!

 

Aviat by Corrina Ferguson, a lush cowl-kerchief, is a scrumptious delight with twisted stitches, extra length at the front for tucking into your jacket, and a lofty, soft drape.

 

This is a super cozy, oversized cowl called Breakers by Holli Yeoh, will shelter you from the fiercest of storms. The double garter stitch pattern is worked on every one of its 52 rows.

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About Tabetha Hedrick

Tabetha Hedrick, Design Director for SweetGeorgia Yarns, lives by the belief that joy comes when fully participating in the present moment. And that joy is ever so easy to find when immersed in the world of fibre! When not knitting, writing, editing, or researching, she fills the time raising two girls, two dogs, and one husband in Tennessee.

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