New Favorites: Colorwork for minimalists

New Favorites: Colorwork for minimalists

In addition to the fact that the whole color palette for this photo shoot is KILLING ME (her hair, that wall, that foliage …), I am swooning hard over these two new patterns by Whitney Hayward that use the tiniest bit of colorwork to such major effect. In both cases, it’s just a few well-placed rows of 1×1 stranding, and while I obviously love the neutrals here, you can imagine how totally different the effect would be if knitted in three colors instead of three nons. The shawl is Ural and the little transitional-season sweater is Fukuro. Gorgeous on every level.


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9 thoughts on “New Favorites: Colorwork for minimalists

  1. That shirt has such a flattering silhouette and the colorwork placement is perfect.

  2. I really want to try one of her patterns :) I think I might add long sleeves to that sweater

  3. These are knockout patterns! Just ordered the yarn from Knit Wit . . . Thank you for the inspiration.🤓

  4. Agreed, gorgeous styling! Most of all I love that the colors are natural neutrals (i.e. undyed) — thanks for the tip on this beautiful new yarn.

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