Weekly Fave! A Chevron Scarf

The simple design of this lace scarf by Churchmouse Yarns & Teas speaks volumes. The undulating zig-zags of a chevron lace pattern, alternating with stockinette stitch is stunning. If you choose to make one, the stitch pattern is best defined by using a light weight, springy wool. This scarf is a substantial size, perfect worn…

Weekly Fave! The Coolest Slippers

  If you’ve knit up Churchmouse Yarns and Teas “Turkish Bed Socks”, you’ll love this pattern, Chunky Slipper Socks. I’ve printed off this free pattern and purchased Rowan Cocoon in color Duck Down.  This yarn is a blend of merino wool and kid mohair. I may sew some suede soles to the bottom, so I…

Weekly Fave! The Iconic French Accessory

The Beret is one of the trendy accessories for the season. Churchmouse Yarns and Teas has reworked their Cashmere Beret pattern in different yarn, but no less luxurious than cashmere. The yarn choice combines fingering weight Shibui Birch worked together with Shibui Silk Cloud. Silk Cloud is a blend of kid mohair and silk, creating…

Weekly Fave! Minimalist Hat

What I love about this super simple hat by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas is its DIY capability. Create the fabric and fit you desire by choosing a different yarn weight and adjust the gauge accordingly. All the necessary information to do so is given in this free pattern. Churchmouse used cashmere for the version above. If…

Weekly Fave! A Simple Party Skirt

You may be able to finish this glitzy mini-skirt for the upcoming holiday season! This Churchmouse design is simply constructed, knit in a chunky yarn embellished with sequins. Dress it up or down, this fashionable skirt could be worn for events other than the occasional party.

Weekly Fave! A Retro Car Coat

Churchmouse has released six new patterns for Autumn Classics 2018. From this collection comes this retro car coat, a cozy classic knit in chunky Rowan Cocoon yarn. Worked in double moss stitch and thick yarn, this stylish garment will knit up quickly, ready for those chilly, fall days.

Weekly Fave! The Perfect Summer Tunic

Edmonton has been so hot this summer, not unlike other cities around the globe this year. The Liesl pattern sold at Churchmouse Yarns and Teas may be the perfect layering piece for warm weather. It’s made in one of the best 100% linen yarns available, Louet Euroflax Sport. Linen is the right yarn choice for…

Weekly Fave! A Summer Scarf

The soft, pastel colors of this scarf caught my eye. It’s called Alexandra’s Airplane Scarf by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas; it’s simplicity makes it the perfect airplane project. Although it’s simple design makes it easy to knit, the outstanding feature is the fresh color palette. This scarf is knit in a fingering weight yarn for…

Weekly Fave! A Modern Shell

Churchmouse Yarns and Teas is selling the knitting pattern and yarn for this elegant, refined style from Shibui Knits Spring/Summer 2018 Collection. Mirage is a modern, layered piece available in two versions – short sleeves or sleeveless. The sheer underlayer is knit with Shibui’s Silk Cloud, a lace weight blend of silk and mohair. A…

Weekly Fave! – The Welted Infinity Loop

Structural purl welts, knit in contrasting colors make for a very striking infinity loop, from Churchmouse Yarns and Teas. It would be just as beautiful in subtle shades of the same color. Worn as an elegant loop under a coat, or cozy and warm doubled around the neck. A classic scarf for men and women!