This cute pullover is knitted in Rowan Silk Twist, and the pattern is in "Silk Twist Classics". I love the neckline and the fold-over collar. It reminds me of something a ballerina would wear over her tutu, but it's also a good, simple sweater to throw on over a t-shirt and jeans as an everyday kind of sweater!
This cardigan is knitted in a new yarn from Nashua called Isabella, a wool/silk blend, and the pattern is in the pattern book for this yarn. I loved this sweater right when it came in, I especially like that cable panel! It has no closure so you could wear it open and easy, or you could pin it closed, maybe with a cute shawl pin? It's a great transitional garment, because the wool makes it warm, but the silk keeps it light and drapey!
I think this tunic is so cute, and it would be fun to knit to! Its knitted in Rowan Cocoon, a wool/mohair blend, and the pattern is in the Cocoon Collection book.
This adorable vest is knitted in a new yarn from Berroco, called Borealis, an acrylic/wool blend in a beautiful array of colors! The pattern is in the pattern book written for this yarn, along with a number of other cool projects! My favorites are Dors, Boyd, and Outre.
This cute sweater is knit from Berroco Lustra, a Wool and Tencel blend, which makes it warm, but with a great sheen! I love that flattering Deep V-neck, and the cute ruffles! The pattern is the cover sweater from the pattern book for this yarn.
This little layer is knitted in a favorite yarn, Plymouth Encore! It would be a fast, affordable project, and great for days when you just need a little something to take the chill away!