First, you may or may not already know this but it’s real easy to search for patterns on Ravelry. Start by going to Ravelry. At the top, click on the pattern tab. On the left side, you will see the following box. Click on “Use the pattern browser & advanced search”.
There you are able to click on all kinds of parameters to narrow the search. Since the crawfish yarn is fingering weight, I clicked on “fingering weight” but you can also narrow it down to sweaters, and then specifically cardigans, or narrow it down to mens or womens.
Here are a few patterns I’m thinking about:
Hitchhiker – I’ve made this already and given it as a gift. It would take 2 skeins to get a nice size.
Trillian – This would also need 2 skeins.
Miss Winkle – Could be made with one skein. I’ve made it and it’s a lot of fun to make.
If you wanted to use more and make a sweater, Ravello – This is in my queue and I could see the crawfish yarn being one of the colors.
I could see it being a good Sockhead hat.
And, Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock (which I believe is what is used for the Legend yarn) makes wonderful socks.
Great selections of patterns! I ordered skeins to make the hat!!! My grandchildren will love them! ????
Dar in MO says
Thanks for the tips on what you could make with the Crawfish yarn. That is a bit easier to visualize since it is more close in colors, than say a skein of Judy’s favorite quilt, with highly contrasting colors. I’ll check Ravelry to see what others have done with it.
LOL, and now i’m on Ravelry too!