Happy New Year! To help you kick off 2020 and a whole new year of great knitting, here are the Top 10 SweaterBabe patterns from 2019!
- Maelynn Cardigan. [shown above: top, left] Knit this update to your everday cardigan! Fun, all-over cables for the front and back with ribbed detailing and pockets. Also on Ravelry.
- Noe Valley. This sweater features lots of delicious cable work to keep the knitting interesting and to add tons of textural interest. Also on Ravelry.
- Mini Scarf. [shown above: bottom, left] A cute leaf lace mini scarf for tying around your neck, as a hair ribbon, or as an accent scarf for your purse! Great way to use up those leftover fingering -weight yarns for gifts! Also on Ravelry.
- Hadley Cabled Sweater. [shown above: bottom, right] A modern and feminine take on the cabled sweater! Top-down, with a wide, lovely cable panel running down the front and back. Slightly belled sleeves (but you can also work straight, if you prefer). Also on Ravelry.
- Sanotorini. [shown above: top, right] A striking mix of textures and colors to wear as a draped scarf or shawl. Also on Ravelry.
- Hibiscus Coasters. Pretty, leaf-shaped coasters to adorn your coffee table. Also, a perfect project for those leftover fingering-weight yarns. Also on Ravelry.
- Chalice One-Ball Scarf. A perennial favorite! Just one ball of a supremely soft mohair and silk lace-weight yarn knits up beuatifully into this gorgeous and gossamer scarf. Also on Ravelry.
- Laguna Ribbed Scarf. A striking, ribbed scarf that combines three colors with a uniquely pleasing ribbed pattern. Also on Ravelry.
- Knitting is Beleafing Hat. Knit from the bottom up with a textured leaf design. Also on Ravelry.
- Twisted Lattice Shawl. A generously-sized triangular shawl that is like the ultimate portable blanket. Gorgeous twisted lattice border. Also on Ravelry.
Here's to a wonderful year full of knitting, good health, and happiness!