Brooklyn Tweed’s newest yarn Arbor is just begging to be worked into all the things…including sweaters! It’s the perfect time of year to make sweaters: it’s cool enough to have all the fabric on your lap but there’s still plenty of cool days ahead to wear your treasured creation. Below are eight fabulous ideas that will make for great staple wardrobe items while showing off all the Arbor has to offer.
Schnee by Suvi Simola is a comfy oversized sweater featuring a squishy textured pattern all over. Be sure to pair it with your favorite Favour Valley Woodworking buttons for an added touch.
North Shore by tincanknits is a lovely colorwork sweater that will work beautifully with Arbor’s color palette to recreate the trees, mountains, and waves. This sweater is also written in kid sizes, so you can make your little one a matching sweater as well!
Heidi Kirrmaier’s Sunshine Coast is a classic pullover with subtle eyelet details along the side that highlight’s its flattering shape.
Let go by Joji Locatelli is a cozy open cabled cardigan perfect for throwing on whenever there’s a chill in the air.
Ready for Fall by Isabell Kraemer is a great way to add that pop of color we all need in the dreary winter months in the modern colorwork pattern along the bottom of the sweater.
Alicia Plummer’s Thereafter is another simple open cardigan, but features a feminine lace panel down the back for just the right amount of interest.
Isay by Christelle Nihoul is a cute textured pullover with subtle stripes. Go subtle or go bright since you simply can’t go wrong.
Càirdeas by Justyna Lorkowska effortlessly mixes a simple lace pattern and ribbing to create a cute and playful open cardigan.