The end of 2016 is finally here! To celebrate the New Year, we've compiled a list of the top 15 knit and crochet patterns downloaded by our customers in 2016.
All of these patterns and more are available for free download by clicking on the links below. Did your favorite pattern make the list? Don't forget to share your creations on social media with #PremierYarns.
From all of us at Premier Yarns, Happy New Year!
1. Kaleidoscope Cap
As winter winds blow, we all need a cozy knit hat. Mega Brushed Chunky changes colors while you knit, so the stripes are built right in!
2. Simply Stripey Shawl
This simple triangular garter stitch shawl is perfect when you need some mindless knitting. The design shows off the stripes of color found in Premier Yarns Sweet Roll!
3. Sterling Knit Throw
Soft, warm throws that will make your family look forward to January snows are just a few evenings away when you work with Couture Jazz and size 50 needles.
4. Tiramisu Cowl
The Tiramisu Cowl is the perfect project when you want to perk up your tired winter coat. With 25 colors of Sweet Roll to choose from, you can make a stack of cowls and have each one be unique!
5. Star Stitch Crochet Poncho
Ponchos are back in a big way this year. Our Star Stitch Poncho is quick and easy to crochet. The Sweet Roll yarn takes care of the colorwork for you, with broad stripes of three beautifully coordinated colors in each ball.
6. Loopy Fringed Scarf
This easy triangular scarf uses intentionally dropped stitches to create a fun looped fringe along one edge. Premier Yarns Sweet Roll takes care of the color changes for you!
7. Gradient Knit Cap
Knit colorful striped beanies for the entire family with D.I.Y. Gradient Yarn. Each box contains all 5 colors, with enough yarn to make both the cap and the matching pair of mittens!
8. Aubergine Ripple Throw
This spectacular crochet throw will look beautiful on your bed or sofa. With Deborah Norville Everyday Soft Worsted yarn, you'll have lots of colors to choose from.
9. Puzzle Poncho
We love ponchos for the cooler days of autumn, but sometimes they're just too much fabric. This poncho is waist length, so it keeps you warm without getting in your way. The shifting stripes of Puzzle make this a great topper for jeans and a shirt.
10. Fishy Friends Sweater
Every child needs a new sweater for back to school. This easy-to-knit raglan pullover pays tribute to their favorite movie star fish! Deborah Norville Everyday comes in the perfect colors for your adventurous little clown fish or absent-minded blue tang.
11. Color Block Baby Blanket
The regularly spaced color changes of Sweet Roll make it easy to create the color blocks in this blanket. Just knit four simple panels and sew them together!
12. Cloudy Cable Blanket
Yes, you can arm knit cables! This soft and cozy blanket made with Couture Jazz makes a big impact with a surprisingly small investment of time.
13. Surfside Poncho
Take little ribbing, a little openwork and a couple of cables, add the beautiful colors of Puzzle, and you end up with a poncho you'll love to wear!
14. Moss and Fern Set
A warm hat and scarf is always a welcome gift at the holidays. It is even more welcome if you've made it yourself. This simple set, knit in soft, colorful Puzzle, is within the reach of even a beginning knitter.