Marquise Cut close up

Marquise Cut

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Garments, Patterns

Elegant cables form marquise cut jewels in this sophisticated knitwear top. The beauty of Marquise Cut is the effortless way it transforms to suit any fashion situation. Add optional glass beads to capture extra sparkle while emphasizing the crisp cable crossings reflected in the 58 facets distinctive of the marquise.

Ladies Night Out close up front

Ladies Night Out

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Garments, How-to Videos, Patterns

Knit in anticipation of your treasured Ladies’ Night Out – the one dedicated to girl talk. Get all dolled up in your FO, head to the hottest ticket in town, and hang the “no guys allowed” sign on your favorite drink, or spend the evening chalking it up while laughing with your friends. The tech edited and test knit pattern is fully written with schematics and a full pattern cheat sheet. Check out the Knit Eco Chic channel on You Tube for 2 how-to videos –sleeve cap short rows and optional straps. $8.25

Matcha Summer back close up

Matcha Summer

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Garments, How-Tos, Patterns

Summer knitting invites you to stay cool while you show off your stitches with Matcha Summer! This breezy all-in-one tank top design features a non-rolling hem, simple waist shaping, a fashion forward plunging back, and built in I-cord necklace accents. Quick knitting Matcha Summer is off your needles and on to “matcha” summer adventures in no time. The tech edited and test knit pattern includes written directions and a schematic. There are 2 photo tutorials related to the pattern on Knit Eco Chic’s May 2017 blog. $7.50 *Minimal finishing is key to this design! Knit in the round seamlessly from the bottom up, the shoulders are joined with the three needle bind off method. To save finishing stitches, an I-cord …

Royal Tee fun picture

Royal Tee

Lindsay Lewchuk 2017 New Releases, Garments, Patterns

Feel like royalty! This long sleeved linen tee shirt incorporates elegant faux seams and eye-catching striping giving it a royal touch. Whether watching a polo match, enjoying a garden tea party, or chasing after more plebeian pursuits, Royal Tee will be your go to light layering piece through all seasons. I couldn’t resist the pun! Royal Tee is the perfect layering piece with just enough room to comfortably fit a blouse or camisole underneath. The linen yarn is perfect for transitional weather as well as travel as it packs up small. The more you wear it, the softer it becomes! The tech edited and test knit pattern is fully written with schematics for finished blocked busts 32”/ 81.5cm (34.25”/ 87cm, …

Alternating Paths Sweater with Puddles

Alternating Paths

Lindsay Lewchuk 2016 New Releases, Garments, Patterns

Whether it’s concrete sidewalks or rustic trails that beckon you outdoors, grab your Alternating Paths sweater and hit the road enjoying fresh air and quality time with your family and friends, both human and furry. Your cheeks may be rosy when you arrive at your destination, but you’ll be warm and toasty, and looking great in your beautiful handknit sweater. Construction Notes: Completely Seamless! The bottom hem is worked in 2 pieces, allowing customization for a longer back than front or tunic length sweater. Then the body is worked in the round to the under arms. The upper back and chest are worked flat to the shoulders, which are joined using the three needle bind off method. (Alternatively, bound off …

Coastal Reflection front

Coastal Reflection

Lindsay Lewchuk 2016 New Releases, Garments, Patterns

Coastal Reflection, a transatlantic collaboration, unites yarn and pattern from two indies who are becoming fast friends. As tides recede from the shores of England, gentle waves appear on the banks of North Carolina. Whether launching a yacht or walking along the shore, cast away with Coastal Reflection to your favorite destination. * To be concise, sizes are listed in the pattern as follows: 32 (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46).

Color Flow Sweater

Color Flow

Lindsay Lewchuk Garments, Patterns

Easy knit and curvy fit for those cold fun days in the sun. The Unique Sheep’s gradient eco yarn provides the punch in this striking top down yoke sweater. For a glimpse of wow and inspiration to knit, view the blog “Waiting on the Weatherman, Mountain Top Secrets.” Suggested skills for this easy level pattern include knit, purl, knit through the back loop, knit in the rnd, increase, decrease, and short rows. The tech edited and test knit pattern includes written directions, a yarn color changing guide, and a schematic. Special Notes:

Showing My Bias Tank

Showing My Bias

Lindsay Lewchuk Garments, Patterns

Showing My Bias for organic cotton and bamboo yarn with this fresh tank design knit entirely on the 45! Accentuating the bias fabric attributes is simple waist and bust shaping. The tank is divided into two identical parts with a built in I-cord edging. Minimal finishing is key to this quickly knit design. Special Notes:

Sarsaparilla Tank

Sarsaparilla Tank

Lindsay Lewchuk Garments, How-to Videos, Patterns

A summer staple, Sarsaparilla Tank integrates a lace detail inspired by the sassafras flower into a seamless knit fitted design.  Use the custom shaping calculator, an interactive PDF debuting with this design, to get your perfect fit!  Look your best and stay cool in the light weight organic linen regardless of where your hot summer daily activities take you; whether it’d be hiking waterfalls or chasing after kiddies.  Summer knitting is calling! The Custom Shaping Calculator debuts with this design. The calculator calculates your perfect hips, waist, and bust fit within the given limits of the tank. Special Notes:

Tidal Breeze

Tidal Breeze

Lindsay Lewchuk Garments, How-to Videos, Patterns

Inspired by receding waves revealing ripples of sand, Tidal Breeze is the “ooh la la” must for your summer knit list. This beautiful skirt is engaging to knit and eye catching to wear. The design is broken into two sections – an intricate front cable and lace panel, knit first; a plain Stockinette stitch body, which wraps around the derriere to attach to the panel in front. For the full story behind the design, check out the blog post “Drawing Lines in the Sand” here. Special Notes: