Since getting a glimpse of Alice of Backyard Fiberworks’ North Cascades Night colorway for Knitting Our National Parks, I’ve been obsessively combing Ravelry for the perfect projects. The fact that it’s a sportweight yarn means it works for a variety of patterns, from one-skein hats and mitts to pullovers and cardigans that don’t feel too endless.
I’ve found some ideas from a variety of designers, including those who post to Indie Untangled. Below is just a small list of possibilities. You can also check out the ever-growing bundle I’ve created on Ravelry.
Pleasant Trip by Laura Aylor: 3 skeins
Little Black Shawl by Laura Aylor: 2 skeins
Marshwood by Lara Smoot: 3 skeins
French Cancan by Mademoiselle C: 2 skeins
Vinegar Hill by Kirsten Kapur: 2-3 skeins
Sport Aureed by Meiju K-P: 4-8 skeins
Warszawa Soft by Meiju K-P: 5-7 skeins
Grisalia by Meiju K-P: 3-6 skeins
Celia by Mary Annarella: 3-6 skeins
Shifting by Justyna Lorkowska: 4-6 skeins
Rieth by MK Nance
Backflip Mitts by Melanie Berg
Fathom by Veera Välimäki
Portlander Mitts by Shellie Anderson
Have you found some other great ideas? Please share in the comments!