Brightwater Upcycle Hat

Brightwater Upcycle (hat)

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Head, Men, Patterns

Search your stash leftovers for 2 dynamic colors and cable away. Brightwater Upcycle just makes you wanna have fun! Get out in the fresh air and on sparkling clean waters before the last chills of winter fade into summer stitches. The tech edited and test knit pattern is fully written with the Zip As You Knit (TM) Large Needle Variation photo tutorial included. $6.50

Obverse cowl with bobbles

Obverse

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Cowls, How-Tos, Men, Patterns

Be daring in the details with Obverse cowl. Unisex in function, creative in design, with your added touch, let your personality shine. Beautiful off the needles as a two-colored FO or splurge on afterthoughts applying bobbles or I-cords for show.

Brightwater Cowl

Brightwater

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Cowls, Men, Patterns

Fun and fresh, Brightwater sets the mood for your day whether knitting the cowl or wearing it. The vibrant streets of New York intertwine with cool mountain spring water fusing the hustle with the hush. The tech edited and test knit pattern includes written and charted directions. $6.75

Zipline as a snood

Zipline

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Cowls, Head, Men, Patterns

Whether careening down black diamonds, shredding fresh powder on a snowboard, zipping over moguls on downhill skis, creating your own trail backcountry on cross country skis, or enjoying the fastest way down via zipline, Zipline is your go-to accessory! From sun up to sun down, this extreme winter sports inspired design keeps you covered from a snood in the early am, to a cowl when the sun shines off the white snow, to an emergency hat for one last run when the sun is setting the temperatures are going with it. The tech edited and test knit pattern includes written directions and a chart of the textured pattern repeat. $6.75

Vegan Woollies Hat with Puddles

Vegan Woolies

Lindsay Lewchuk 2016 New Releases, Head, Men, Patterns

Subzero climes? No problem. The added depth of twisted rib and dense cables make this ‘wooly’ extra cozy for jaunts into the crisp outdoors. Now you can investigate the wonders of God’s creation in natural comfort. Who says vegan can’t be warm?

The bandit Pitch Cowl

Pitch Cowl

Lindsay Lewchuk 2016 New Releases, Cowls, How-to Videos, Men, Patterns

Triangles and parallelograms transform leftover linen yarn into a uniquely constructed shape shifting cowl that keeps the little grey cells engaged while actually being a simple knit. Pitch Cowl harkens to baseball stripes, geometry love, and bias construction, with just a touch of elegance in the top running edging.

Swatchers Cowl photo

Swatchers Cowl

Lindsay Lewchuk 2016 New Releases, Cowls, Men, Patterns

Do you dread swatching? What about the agony of swatching in the round? Pure waste of precious knitting time, right? Not with this design! With the aim of upcycling, I designed this cowl from the prerequisite in the round swatch of an upcoming sweater design. The large section of St st and Design Pattern enable accurate gauge gathering, while the unique tie transforms the swatch in the round to a unique wearable cowl! With transformative design, swatching need no longer be a drudgery, but rather a reason to exclaim “happy knitting”! The tech edited and test knit pattern includes written directions and a chart. $6.50

Thermal Lift worn long

Thermal Lift

Lindsay Lewchuk 2016 New Releases, Cowls, Men, Patterns

Soar on the wings of an eagle! As I watched the eagles soar in the vast expanse between the two mountain peaks outside my window, I reflected on Isaiah 40. Using cables and color work, Thermal Lift cowl mirrors the subtle “V” of an extended eagle’s wings while it ascends thermal lifts. The solid background accents the elegant grace of an eagle in flight. Isaiah 40:31 Yet those who wait for the Lord will gain new strength; they will mount up with wings like eagles, they will run and not get tired, they will walk and not become weary.

Eastern Continental Divide Long Cowl

Eastern Continental Divide

Lindsay Lewchuk 2016 New Releases, Cowls, Men, Patterns

Twisting along the Appalachian Trail and passing not far from my home, the invisible line known as the Eastern Continental Divide diverts waters on the East to the Atlantic Ocean and on the West to the Gulf of Mexico. Eastern Continental Divide cowl mimics the incredible path a single drop of water travels upon falling either on the right or the left of the apex. Everything about this design is local – cotton grown and kettle dyed with eco dyes in Virginia, yarn purchased at my LYS in Black Mountain, NC, inspired by the Eastern Continental Divide and knit in my home close by it. To complete the local lovin’, the photo shoot took place just off the Blue Ridge …