Pattern Scout: 4 Modern, Sleek Designs

By Ann Shayne
December 14, 2021

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  • I used the recommended Tywnd yarn to knit Melanie Berg’s Ropedance shawl a few years ago. Loved working with (and wearing) the yarn and always receive compliments on the shawl. People feel compelled to touch it. I think she’s a wonderful designer and provides great instructions.

    • Beautiful presentation. Very compelling. I’m not in the market for new patterns, but now I’m trying to decide which one! I did recently purchase your field guide on marling at an LYS and think that the Spectra Sweater could be really nice to wear…now to decide which colors of Tynd to play with! Good thing it’s Christmas. I need to have a tête-à-tête with Santa this morning….

  • I love the Respondent shawl and the colors shown. What are those 3 colors and which field guide is the pattern in?

    Thank you!

    • It doesn’t appear to be in a Field Guide. The pattern is available for purchase on Ravelry.

      • Thanks, Charlene! Yes, the pattern names are links to the patterns.

  • I love the Respondent shawl. What are the 3 colors they used and what field guide is the pattern in. Thank you so very much!

    • Hi Becky! This is a pattern available individually on Ravelry, not a Field Guide design. The pattern name is a link to the pattern page.

  • Oh my, yes please! Tynd is soooo dreamy soft!! Loved every minute of Swarf knitting with it.

  • It seems that Ketcher is not a pullover, but a scarf or wrap…. What an innovative idea:)

    • Oh wow thanks for pointing this out! It looked to me like a sweater tied around the shoulders! Totally had me fooled. I’ll fix the copy.

      • I wondered why the photos did not show a model wearing this item. Much to my surprise, it’s a shawl! Clever!!

  • I dream of knitting with Tynd. I also dream of winning some in an MDK giveaway. Please!

  • Emily Greene’s Bane pullover is AMAZING. She has elevated the design aspect of knitting with this graphic, cannot take your eye off it sweater. Thanks for sharing it because I probably wouldn’t have found it on my own.

  • Just bowled over by the trompe l’oeil of Ketcher.