How did this happen? It’s time to think about winter! Oh, my… There are plenty of patterns for bits and pieces of winter accessories, but sometimes it nice to match. Maybe you want a set of patterns that will work for the whole family, or maybe you want a hat and scarf or cowl that match. Either way, here are some winter set patterns that you may like.
Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
2) Warming up Winter Set ~ by Mama’s 2 Hands
This is a great set for donating to local organizations this winter.
3) Skylark Scarf and Hat ~ by Jessie At Home
Skylark Hat has a fun 20’s look to it, and adds a fun and elegant flair to your fall and winter wardrobe. Skylark scarf is not your typical scarf. It is made at an angle, a little off kilter, and a little wider than most scarves, making it a cross between a scarf and a wrap.
5) Handcrafted Elegance Beanie and Scarf ~ by Elk Studio Handcrafted Designs
It’s a really quick hat to work up and with the little added texture is just nothing more than Handcrafted Elegance at its best! The best part is I made a scarf that matches the hat too! Yep…..it’s an accessories galore party with these two!
7) Eli, Ali and Leo Winter Sets ~ by Jessie At Home
Last year I came up with a series of patterns that I used for most of the Holiday gifts we gave. It ended up being a series of 6 patterns.
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OR ~ If you would like a pattern and yarn all together in a kit, try one of these (click the photos to go to the kits):
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