Pattern Roundup: Jerrah

This was an exciting knit. The pattern is clearly written and the cable and bobble texture really brings the beanie to the next level. This hat was a pleasure to knit and lives up to the RhyFlower name! – Bella, Test Knitter Pattern Roundup: Jerrah – One of my long-term testers and wonderful friend, Jerrah, and I had never knit a project where the lace mohair was going to run alongside the regular yarn for a project. There are loads of sweaters and stuff out there that use the technique, but we thought it would be fun to work up READ MORE

Pattern Roundup: Dale

Very addictive pattern to knit. Easy to memorize, but interesting enough to not be bored. This pattern works well with tonal, variegated, or self-striping yarn. – Cindy, Test Knitter   Pattern Roundup: Dale – This sock pattern is the second pattern in our Night at the Movies sock club! The pattern inspiration for the second sock pattern in our Night at the movies sock club is drawn from the movie Top Hat – featuring the incredibly talented duo Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. The lace panel that runs along the top outside of this sock pattern reminds me of Dale’s READ MORE

Pattern Roundup: Ren

Easy and lovely to knit. And pretty. May want to do this many more times.- Annu, Test Knitter Pattern Roundup: Ren – This sock pattern kicks off our Night at the Movies sock club! Ren is inspired by the movie Footloose. When I think of movies that make me start tapping my toes, Footloose is the first to come to mind. Kevin Bacon has ALL the moves! Things I learned from Footloose when I was a kid: Speak your mind. Challenge the system – they don’t always know what’s best. Stand up for what you believe in. Nothing fires me READ MORE

Pattern Roundup: Afternoon Tea

Super easy to follow, this is the second sock pattern of yours I have knit and they are easy to follow along with. I also like that you put in where the knitter can adapt to their preferences for parts like the heel/toe. – Nicole, Test Knitter Pattern Roundup: Afternoon Tea – The inspiration for this sock pattern evolves from a few different things. My favorite childhood book was Alice in Wonderland, I always loved how outrageous all the characters were.  I was particularly drawn to the hatter’s tea party, so when I came across Potion Yarns’ “Unbirthday Party” colorway, READ MORE

Pattern Roundup: A Dash of Alchemy

This was so fun. It was a mix of a challenge with the lacework, but then it would switch to giving you a mental break with the garter stitch. – Libby, test knitter I stumbled across a definition for Alchemy that I completely fell in love with and defines A Dash of Alchemy perfectly. “A seemingly magical process of transformation, creation, or combination.” How perfect is that?! When knitting this shawl, it completely applies to each step of the process. We TRANSFORM our beautiful hanks of yarn into stitches. Those stitches CREATE a lovely shawl, and those beautiful yarns are READ MORE

Pattern Roundup: Through the Witch’s Garden

Just that I love the motifs. There’s a clear floral pattern, but also a part in section 3 that reminds me of a bird skull, which makes it feel very witchy. – Kerrin, Test Knitter Through the Witch’s Garden was inspired by a few variables. I adore all things witchy, which certainly includes listening to Steve Nicks of Fleetwood Mac while dancing around my century-old witchy house. Yes, I’m totally that girl behind closed doors, lol. My favorite color, purple, is also considered a very witchy color. You stroll through intricate floral motifs while knitting this generously sized shawl. Through the READ MORE

Pattern Roundup: Romilly

There was never really a point at which I was like, “oh, here we are at the boring part.” It was very engaging and meditative! – Liisa, Test Knitter I am thrilled to announce the release of a new rhyFlower design, Romilly, a cable and bobbled filled hat pattern. January 2019 is when I finally reached out for professional help to deal with my PTSD, anxiety, and depression head-on after a bit of a mental breakdown. I’d be lying if I said it was an easy decision to make, but it was an essential one. It has been a journey READ MORE

Pattern Roundup: Winter Wonderland

“This pattern is so beautiful! I love all the cables! And while it looks quite complicated, it is very straightforward to knit.” – Jerrah, Test Knitter I am thrilled to announce the release of a new rhyFlower design, Winter Wonderland, a snowflake adorned toe-up & cuff-down sock pattern. When Curt and I first started dating, we went up to his family’s lake lot to go ice fishing. The cold calmness on the lake, with the clear blue sky against the bare trees and shimmering snow-covered lake, was like a magical winter wonderland. There are few moments in my life where READ MORE

Pattern Roundup: Santa’s Little Helpers

The pattern is well written, easy to use, and quick knit but challenging. – Lori, Test Knitter I am thrilled to announce the release of a new rhyFlower design, Santa’s Little Helpers, featuring Turtlepurl Yarns’ stunning new Sugar Plum Waltz colorway. Curious about my thoughts on Turtlepurl Yarn? Check out the yarn review here! Holiday traditions are fantastic and something I hold near to my heart! Ever since I was a little girl, every Christmas eve, I’ve watched Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Christmas wasn’t here until I watched this 1964 classic narrated by Burl Ives. A reason I feel so READ MORE