Odetta

Odetta

Odetta is a sassy, feisty lady. After growing up in the country, she lives a life in the city amongst loud crowds and tall buildings. She’s found her people, those who accept and embrace her quirks with fondness. These mitts are in honor of her: edges softened with love and perfect for chasing chickens down city streets.


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Etta

Etta

Usher in sweater weather with this perfect worsted weight cardigan. Let your imagination run wild with a large color palette, but don’t let five colors intimidate you, you can create your perfect cardigan in as few as two color choices. Short rows and colorblocking create the iconic shawl collar, while the sleeve length is perfect to carry you through the passage of fall into truly cold weather, and will even see you through the coldest season of them all: summer in your office.

Even though the color work looks complicated, don’t let it deter you, you only have one active color in each row making it perfect for the hesitant knitter who is dying to incorporate color work into their repertoire.


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Boardwalk

Boardwalk

Ferris Wheels, tufts of cotton candy, and hot summer nights were the inspiration for this sweater. As always, the goal of practicality is threaded throughout the entire top down piece; lightweight and airy with enough structure to give shape without making you uncomfortable in the heat. Cap sleeves and high-low style offers practical design elements beautifully balanced against the whimsical colorwork and hem statements. The stranded colorwork is only on the front, to avoid accidentally snagging anything you might brush up against, and the bobbles at the hem provide just enough weight to keep the edges from curling while maintaining the charming scallop.



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