Dawn designed these mitts to withstand chilly weather, worked at a really tight gauge with strong lines of cabling, these will keep your hands warm, while still leaving your fingers functioning. Or, as is the case with our team during a Maine winter, they make a great layer over other mittens or gloves for extra protection on those most frigid days.
We adore Dianna's colorwork style, and this piece in particular features a really cool Latvian braid. In our fingering weight Finch, this classic topper is a must-have for the chilly weather.
An easily memorized stitch pattern in cushy Osprey is the main element of this satisfying cowl—provisionally cast on, worked flat, joined with a three-needle bind off, this piece is made to fly off the needles, lickety-split.
Dianna's colorwork is undeniably appealing, especially in our little fingering weight Finch. This ample tube scarf is knit in the round with a simple, yet stunning, motif. Capped at each end with a little fine ribbing, it's a sweet companion for winter.