Get Ready for Fall with these Knitting Traditions 2018 Ravelry Favorites

Knitting Traditions 2018 is all about talented ladies and impactful fall knitting! We packed this issue full of refined knitwear so striking it got us to shake the dust off of our knitting needles. This issue will lead you into autumn with a new fun accessory or show-stopping sweater. Check out the best patterns in the issue according to your fellow knitters on Ravelry!


Knitting Traditions 2018

1. Directoire Top by Jennifer Wood

I’m so excited to see the Directoire Top in the number one slot. It’s a project that excites from every angle and ensures knitting intrigue throughout the entire process.

 

2. Wings & Keys Cowl by Tanis Gray

Get ready for fall with the Wings & Keys Cowl, a project featuring stunning yarn from Dragonfly Fibers and fun colorwork motifs. You can select one and continue it throughout or work all three!

 

3. Suffragette’s Coat by Cheryl Toy

What’s more luxurious than the Suffragette’s Coat? It’s made in a stunning colorway from Madelintosh and features dramatic but elegant diagonal motifs and beautifully flared cuffs.

 

4. Tree Line Henley by Kephren Pritchett

Celebrate your love of the great outdoors with the Tree Line Henley. Perfect for layering, you can take it camping or use it to keep you warm whilst relaxing on your couch with the windows open in autumn.

 

Knitting Traditions 2018

5. Traveler’s Sweater by Donna Estin

The Traveler’s Sweater takes you from the office to a hayride around an apple orchard. (I can almost taste the warm, hopefully spiked, apple cider)!

 

Bonus: Ballets Russes Wrap by Lana Jois (Assistant Editor’s Pick)

This is hands down my favorite project in this issue. The Ballets Russes Wrap features modern lace that takes this alpaca and silk shawl to a new level. It’s so versatile and styling a rectangular shawl is loads of fun!

I can’t wait for fall: pretty leaves, chilly breezes, warm beverages, and most importantly—it’s handknit season! I’ve been knitting like a maniac this summer and I can’t wait to bust out all of these hats and scarves I’ve been making! What are you working on for the fall? Let us know in the comments!

Let’s start knitting for fall!


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