Alright, friends, this is the info you’ve all been waiting for: our Black Friday deals!
This year, we’re offering Buy One, Get One 70% off on Cascade 220 Sport, Queensland Brisbane, Berroco Mochi, and Fluffily DK! These are GREAT yarns to load up on for the upcoming winter, perfect for both accessories AND sweaters if you’re so inclined!
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Ready for inspiration? Check out some of these ideas using this Friday’s deals!
What To Make with 220 Sport – Crochet
Grab a bunch of colors and crochet up a bunch of cute flowers for this Happypotamus from designer Heidi Bears! While this pattern technically calls for fingering weight yarn, sport weight will substitute very well if you go up a hook size or so, and you’ll end up with a slightly larger hippo!
Are shawls more your style? This Hotel of Bees Shawl from Christina Hadderingh is SO pretty and would be a great sampler project to try out some different stitch techniques for old and new crocheters alike! Pick white or neutral and pair with a golden honey yellow (Goldenrod or Sunflower in the 220 colors) for a perfect honey theme, or switch it up and make a color combination all your own!
What To Make with 220 Sport – Knitting
Hats are a great go-to project, whether knitting for yourself or as a gift! Grab two colors to pair together and whip up this Simple Fair Isle Hat as-is, or grab a few colors to go with a neutral base and stripe in the colors across the Fair Isle charts for an extra fun project!
Fingerless gloves, in my opinion, are so underappreciated! They’re such a great in-between woolen accessory for those days when it’s not quite cold enough for mittens or gloves, but too chilly to go without anything to protect your hands. Whip up a pair of these gorgeous Oak Grove mittens by Alana Dakos and you’ll have a great accessory for these chilly autumn days!
What To Make with Mochi – Crochet
This Dawn of the Daylily hat by Kourtney Moon is SO adorable and would look so perfect in the Mochi line with its flecks of tweed throughout! The pattern itself calls for DK weight yarn, but I’ve found the Mochi to be light and airy enough to be able to be substituted!
Dreaming of a soft and cozy sweater? This gorgeous Valentina Sweater Top by Fiorela Garcia would be just perfect for that romantic, cozy winter piece to add to your wardrobe. Style it with jeans, as pictured, or make a cropped version that would go perfectly over a dress!
What To Make with Mochi – Knitting
Love easy sweaters? This one is for you! The Easy Eyelet Yoke Sweater from Knitatude is an easy top-down sweater using yarn over eyelets to create the increases on the yoke. Knit in Mochi it’ll be next-to-skin soft and super luxurious feeling on you!
Love a good scarf/wrap? Berroco’s Waitsfield by Amy Christoffers is designed specifically for this yarn and utilizes a mosaic slip-stitch motif to create blocks of color throughout, fading one color into the next! It would make a great gift to whip up for the holidays, too!
What To Make with Fluffily DK – Crochet
My Friend Enola, by Rose Williams, is a half-circle granny variation works up quickly with Fluffily DK! This would be great for those friends and family members that often find themselves needing layers to take off and put on throughout the day, or even your office worker friends that are always cold! Sew on an adorable vintage button or brooch (check your local antique stores!) to dress it up, too!
How cute is this Shady Grove Sleeve Scarf?! Sweater scarves are all the rage right now, and this crocheted variety is just one of the pattern options out there that you could whip up! Wear it as a scarf, or put your arms into the ribbed tubes on the end and wrap it around to keep your body warm!
What To Make with Fluffily DK – Knitting
A Sophie Shawl is a perfect, effortless-looking accessory to throw on with your coat this winter. Lots of easy garter stitch with some i-cord edging, the small bit of glitz in Fluffily DK would elevate this knit just a bit more!
I have adored this cabled edging on this French Cancan shawl ever since it was released 10 years ago, and it’s a shawl I keep finding myself admiring every time I’m looking for something new to knit (just never have the right yarn at the right time for it, as I’m sure you can relate!) This, too, would be a stunning project to work up in the Fluffily DK!
What To Make with Queensland Brisbane – Crochet
Pair Queensland Brisbane with a K/6.5mm hook for a super fast fan-based cowl from Divine Debris! One skein would work up perfectly for this project, so grab a few skeins to stitch up a slew of them for everyone on your list!
Merge hairpin lace with crochet for this braided cowl, a free pattern from B Hooked Crochet and you’ve got a quick and easy cowl for yourself or to gift to someone on your list this year!
What To Make with Queensland Brisbane – Knitting
You can never go wrong with a pair of mittens – they keep your hands warmer than gloves, especially when they’re made with wool! The World’s Simplest Mittens from Tin Can Knits is my go-to pattern for basic mittens, and the natural ombre colorways of the yarn make them that much more interesting to work up!
Slouchy hats are my favorite, and this one from Sandra Oakeshott is an easy peasy pattern to whip up on some bulky yarn! Bonus, the minimal texturing on this hat will show the Brisbane yarn off SO well without being too “busy” like some variegated yarns can be!