Snowbirds & Free Patterns

We just listed our new stock of Nashua Snowbird, a soft aran weight wool and alpaca blend, at our website.  We thought you may like to have some free patterns for this great yarn.  Hope you like the patterns that we picked:

Free Nashua Snowbird Pattern

Cropped Hoodie Cardigan is knit with Nashua Snowbird and it is an easy pattern that comes in S/M/L/XL sizes.  This pattern is knit with two strands of yarn held together.  The jacket shown combines two colors (hot pink & red), but you can knit it with the same color held double.  For each size the pattern calls for 16/18/20/22 skeins of Snowbird.  To download the free pattern for this jacket go to CARDI.  Please be patient, this is a larger file and may take extra time to download.

Free Nashua Snowbird Pattern

Bobble Trim Pullover comes in S/M/L/XL and uses 12/13/15/16 skeins for each size.  This is an easy project that is quick to knit.  To download the free pattern for this pullover go to PAGE 1 and PAGE 2.

Free Nashua Snowbird Pattern

Kimono Jacket with Ties comes in S/M/L/XL/XXL sizes and uses 15/16/17/19/21 skeins of Snowbird.  We like the detail of this cute jacket, both in the front and the back.  To download the free pattern for this jacket please go to PAGE 1 and PAGE 2.

Nashua Snowbird Chevron Scraf & Hat

Chevron Scarf and Hat is for those of us who are looking for smaller projects.  Chevron Hat uses 2 skeins of Snowbird and the scarf calls for 6 skeins.  To download the free pattern for this scarf and hat set please go to Chevron Hat & Scarf.

Hope you are all well and enjoying life with a smile.

2 thoughts on “Snowbirds & Free Patterns

  1. This is a first, writing a response to a Blog. I am very happy with all my yarn purchases from Little Knits and will regularly check this site to see what is new. I have been knitting for over 50 years(wow, that is definitely hard to say) my Aunt taught me when I was 11 years old. The first sweater I made was for my baby cousin(a white hoodie)and it was the start of many years of sweaters for myself and my Mom,Dad, nieces,nephew…grandnieces and Ijust love the feeling I get when I complete a sweater. The choices of yarn and availability has changed so much in the last twenty years. When I wanted better yarns I sought out a yarn store in the UK (this was in the 1970’s). I had the good fortune of seeing Kaffe Fassett speak at Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and just listening to him talk about being free to experiment and using color and pattern to create wonderful sweaters changed my knitting forever. I am forever grateful to him. Little Knits is the best for quality yarns and great prices.

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