Below are the latest Klever Knits Designs to be published by Interweave Knits, Knit Now, Sweet Georgia Yarns, & more. Click the “Read More” for detailed information about each published design and get a behind-the-scenes look of the design & publication process.
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Indigo Smoke Pullover
Knit.Wear Fall/Winter 2018
Explore color-work knitting in the Modern Fair Isle story, featuring my Indigo Smoke Pullover. This design utilizes the stranded colorwork technique in modern colors and a simple, yet striking, motif.
Knitscene Winter 2018
The Seabrook Sweater is super light, airy, and soft on the skin. Change your look and the sweater’s warmth by layering over different shirts, such as a camisole or a jersey turtleneck.
Sweet Georgia Yarns - Crochet Fall 2018
This chic duster is the perfect, eye-catching garment for the season. Whether layered for outdoor wear or simply for curling up at home, it’s a soft, textural sweater that everyone will love to put on.
Knit Now Issue 89, June 2018
The Charleston Cardigan features a modern lace stitch pattern that is easy to memorize. The clean lines and simple silhouette are a perfect match for all of your spring and early summer outfits.
Knit Now Issue 88, May 2018
The Magnolia Cardigan features two traditional lace stitch patterns stacked to create a romantic look & feel. Worked in a dreamy alpaca/merino blend, this cardigan will be showstopper and a necessity.
Knit Now Issue 72, May 2017
The Auroa Cardigan features a sweet daisy stitch lace pattern in a not-too-sweet color. It’s the perfect layer for the a/c in the office and is a fun transitional piece as you head into fall.
Louet North America, Spring 2017
The Isidora Tee will be your new favorite summer tee with its slight A-line shaping that’s easy to wear. A wide neckline creates the perfect backdrop for bright summer jewelry, and eyelet details at the hem and neckband keep it light and flirty.
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Check out the journal for more posts to get a sneak peak at what’s currently on the needles, new fibers I’m using, and what’s inspiring me.