It’s impossible to ignore the transition between summer and autumn. The days get shorter and the nights grow colder. Petals drop from flowers as leaves turn color. Autumn is about the harvest – a celebration of the fruits of the earth. Why shouldn’t your knitting echo this celebration? This fall, wrap yourself in organic fibers, flowing garments, and soft earth tones. Let your knitting be inspired by nature’s beauty.
Easy Knitting Projects Inspired by Leaves
Leaves. Be inspired by their brilliant, changing colors and graceful, wisp-like shapes. The patterns below feature organic, leaf-shaped lace designs, soft curves, and natural lines. Try incorporating other leaf-like details into your work like buttons or toggles. The Cabled Leaf Cozy gives a great example of this style choice. Treat your needles (and your eyes) to any one of these natural, leafy knits.
(From left to right: Cabled Leaf Cozy, Leaf Pattern Afghan, Twin Leaf Cowl)
Easy Knitting Projects Inspired by Flowers
Petal-like designs and colorful motifs characterize the selection of patterns below. Treat yourself to these blooming knits any season of the year. Your little girl will love the happy string of daisies that adorn the Lazy Daisy Fun Cardigan while you’ll treasure the garden-like quality of the Rose Trellis Shawl Vest. There’s a delicate, floral-inspired pattern for every knitter.
Easy Knitting Projects Inspired by Trees
These tree-like patterns feature warm browns, thick fibers, and cozy cables. These classic patterns are as timeless as the trees that inspired them. From pine motifs to thick, bark-like designs, there’s a cozy knit in here for every nature (and knitting ) lover. Indulge yourself in any one of these organic and ultra-cozy patterns.
(From left to right: River Birch Cowl, Giving Tree Cap, Maplewood Cowl)
Easy Knitting Projects Inspired by Rivers & Lakes
These refreshing designs call to mind babbling brooks, rippled rivers, and calm lakes. The deep blues and rich greens found in these patterns are a lovely, flattering option for any time of the year. Kick back, relax, and dive into a pool of yarn with any one of these designs.
(From left to right: Frozen Lake Cowl, Colorado River Throw, Water Lilies Cowl)
Which of these nature-inspired patterns is your favorite?
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