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Fair Isle Favorites: 9 Patterns to Try Stranded Knitting

January 10th, 2013

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The new year is the perfect time to learn a new skill, and colorwork is a great place to start. Fair Isle knitting, also known as stranded knitting, is my favorite technique for adding colorwork to a project. With this technique, you carry your unworked yarn behind your working yarn to create floats. Click here to find out more about Fair Isle knitting.

Knit Snow Day Cap Knit Chance of Flurries Hat Knit Glamorous Fair Isle Hat
Knit Snow Day Cap in Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Knit Change of Flurries Hat in Alpine Wool

Knit Glamorous Fair Isle Hat in Vanna’s Glamour
Knit Three Color Cowl Knit Tablet (iPad) Fair Isle Tech Vest Knit Limelight Stirrup Socks
Knit Three Color Cowl in Vanna’s Choice Knit Tablet (iPad) Fair Isle Tech Vest in Wool-Ease

Knit Limelight Stirrup Socks in Wool-Ease
Knit Colorwork Sweater Knit Colorful Fair Isle Throw Knit Fair Isle Capelet
Knit Colorwork Sweater in Martha Stewart Crafts Alpaca Blend Knit Colorful Fair Isle Throw in Wool-Ease and Amazing

Knit Fair Isle Capelet in Wool-Ease

Looking for more Fair Isle inspiration? Click here to view all of our Fair Isle patterns. Happy knitting!

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