• NEW PATTERN: Herrington

    I'm so excited to release my newest pattern, "Herrington"!

    With its herringbone inspired graphics and beautiful artisan yarns, Herrington is a stylish and functional knit to add to your cooler weather accessories. The pattern offers directions for either a 3-color infinity scarf or a 2-color standard cowl. Worked in the round, it uses a provisional cast on and Kitchener stitch grafting. You can’t go wrong with this fun to knit and easy to wear design. 

    This pattern was designed with two beautiful yarns in mind. The infinity scarf, is knit with Bare Naked Wools, Breakfast Blend Fingering. It was a pleasure knit and design, for the first time, with Knitspot's unique and gorgeous new yarn. This luxurious merino and alpaca yarn is as close to the sheep as you can get. The natural fibers and dye-free colors make for a stunning and warm infinity scarf version of Herrington.

    For my cowl version I looked to The Plucky Knitter for her statement colors and high-end blends. Bello fingering is an oh so soft and rich blend of merino and cashmere. The end results make for a beautiful, easy to wear cowl that is as much of a joy to knit as it is to wear.

    Today I'm so happy to say Herrington is available today! To buy a hard copy of my Herrington pattern click HERE,  or for a downloadable PDF of the pattern click HERE

    I hope you'll love my Herrington pattern and that this unique knit will find it's way to your needles!

    To celebrate the release of Herringon I'm offering a discount today through November 14th. Use code "NEWPAT" to receive $1.00 off your copy. (This coupon code works on both my Ravelry site and

    Thank you and happy knitting!


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    A special thanks to my friend Rebecca for modeling! You may have noticed the gorgeous jewlery she is wearing. All the pieces are creations of her own. Rebecca designs jelwery under the name VernonBea. I so love her unique designs. Be sure to check her work out at her website,!

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    Modeling by: Rebecca Maillette
    Jewelry from: Vernon Bea Studio 

    Photography by: Jill Zielinski Designs
    Photography location: Populace Café



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    • Knitterella says...

      The best thing about this colorwork pattern is the colorwork involved is easy. Not so complicated that you need to reference the chart all the time.

      Great pattern for first time colorwork knitters.

      On November 14, 2013

    • Susan says...

      I have not done any knitting with two different colors. Is this a difficult pattern. Love the look but don’t want to buy it yet if it is over my head.

      On November 13, 2013

    • Alta says...

      Love the scarfs,but don’t knit

      On November 12, 2013

    • Laura Altes says...

      Ha! I saw and bought the pattern and didn’t look farther than the link for the coupon code. I was so excited and fell right in love the with pattern that I didn’t look any further…………………;)

      That’ll teach me!

      On November 12, 2013

    • Abby says...

      Oooh, I love it! Does that coupon code work on Ravelry or only through your website? It’s easier to keep track of what patterns I have when I order everything through Ravelry.

      On November 12, 2013

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