July Pattern Roundup

It's already time for another pattern roundup

when I take a moment to look back on the new patterns that were published on Ravelry throughout the month and highlight some of my favorites.


Sidra by Isabell Kraemer

Pullovers seem like they were really popular this month, which is totally fine by me. Sidra is a Quince and Co pattern written for fingering weight stripes. I love the way that the stripes are sectioned. The main color stripe is in a different place every section but it is still symmetrical. I can't wait to see what other color combinations people create.


Riley Rose Shawl by Jennifer Lassonde

Speaking of stripes. I can't decide if I love this shawl because of the texture or the stripes or the colors in the sample. It's completely drool worthy. I love the idea of a variety of textures paired with different size stripes. Yet another one that will be fun to see people's color choices.


Fara Hat and Mitts by Faye Kennington

Even though it is still an ungodly temperature around here, my mind has already turned to cold weather knits. Every year I say I want a hat and mitt set. This one from Knit Picks is great because it does not have any long floats to snag your fingers or throw off your tension.


Wallaby Way by Sara Lozzi

Finding Nemo themed sock cables? Yes please! This pattern features three different cable options to create a fish, turtle, and jelly fish. I love the genius of this. You don't have to tell anyone you have jelly fish on your feet, it can just be your fun little secret.

Honorable Mention

Choose Your Own Adventure Tee by Allyson Dykhuizen

This is one of those sweater patterns that would be on my list for "what would you take to a desert island." Allyson has written this pattern to give so many different options that you really could create a sweater for every season. She has a knit-a-long going for this right now, so be sure to check it out.

Stripe Breaker Socks by Laura Fahlin

You guys know how much I love striped socks. This is a really cute way to break up the striping and knit something a little bit different. Plus the pattern is written for Knit Picks Felici and, confession time, I recently purchased a lot of Felici. 

That's it from me. What caught your eye this month?