Well, list may not be exactly correct – possible shopping options is more accurate.
- Miranda by Josee Paquin – wearable cables and a hood
- Crazy Stripes Tee by atelier alfa – love the color possibilities
- Seacoast by Joji Locatelli – I think this one needs a rustic yarn. I might opt for the original Brooklyn Tweed (which probably means I won’t get this at Rhinebeck)
- Lukrecia by Asja Yanaczek – pretty lace and versatile for both work and weekend
- Donna by Josee Paquin– another fun options for wearing multiple colors
- Such a Winter’s Day by Heidi Kirrmaier – I can see reaching for this every. weekend.
- Gale by Alicia Plummer – I can see wearing this a lot throughout the winter whenever it’s chilly and I don’t want to futz with a coat (which is often)
- Lawrence by Melissa LaBarre – love the cowl
- Pivot by Cookie A – gorgeous use of a laceweight
- Segel by Lea Viktoria – I discovered this in an email Miss Babs sent out – it uses one of her gradient sets. You guys know I’ve never met a gradient I didn’t like.
- Deep End by Heidi Kirrmaier – Fun use for several colors in a modern shawl
- Nangou by Melanie Berg – Another modern shawl with several colors
- Sea Dragon by ambah – I think I’d do this in coordinating colors for a more subtle look
- Lichen by Larissa Brown – I love that it’s light and airy – I’d wear this one like a scarf under my coat
- Derecho by Laura Aylor – bold stripes and several colors make this one a good choice for that wearable blanket (it’s huge!)
- Thorn by Bristol Ivy – it’s a large shawl in a single color and it looks interesting when worn
- Hansel (Half Version) by Gundrun Johnston – it’s mostly stockinette but that border gives you so many options
- Jewelled Cowl by Sachiko Uemura – great use of a luxury yarn
- Global Nomad Cowl by Helen Stewart – two colors and lots of eyelets create tons of possibilities
- Jewelled Line Cowl by Sachiko Uemera – pretty texture shows off a great yarn (and beads!)
- Curtain Call Cowl by Thao Nguyen – soft gathers create interest
- Pen & Ink by Louise Zass-Bangham – slip stitches make this one a great choice for a multi-color handdyed
- Gathering Cowl by Xandy Peters – another one with gathers – this one more extreme
- Fatima Cowl by Aloisio santos – I love a good leaf motif
- Cranberry Capelet by Thea Colman – cables and a cowl neck – and it looks *great* in red
- Careen Capelet by Louise Zass-Bangham – fun texture and that wide collar is so pretty
- Winter Capelet by Paulina Popiolek – in a simple yarn that bottom edging would be elegant (and so fun to knit)
Lots of possibilities – lots of fingering weight with a bit of sport/DK/worsted thrown in too. I like to have a big list of options because you never know what surprises you might find.
Are you going to Rhinebeck? What’s on your shopping list? What did I miss on mine?
I’ll catch you on the purl side.