A simple and cozy cardigan pattern, knit seamlessly from the top down with subtle garter stitch trims and softly rippled neckline. This pattern is meant to be a young girl’s version of the original tea leaves cardigan pattern, sized down to fit toddler to pre-teen girls and utilizing an easy to clean and care for superwash yarn. This cardigan is an easy pattern for baby showers and gifting and would of course make a perfect mate to the adult version!
DESIGNED BY | Melissa LaBarre
SIZE | Child’s sizes: 2, (4, 6, 8, 10, 12) years with a finished chest of approx. 23, (24.5, 26, 27.5, 29.5, 32)” around chest. Sample pictured is shown in size 4.
This accessory was inspired by a certain singer- songwriter’s album called Folklore. This hat uses similar stitch patterns and has a similar look to a sweater she wore at the end of the of a video as the same name of our contrast color, Cardigan.You can also find matching cowl & cardigan patterns. This classic cable & texture sweater hat is knit in in the round in one piece. Knit this cowl and be your own star!
DESIGNER | Amy Gunderson
MEASUREMENTS | Adult Medium Approx. 20” circumference x 8.5” depth
This accessory was inspired by a certain singer- songwriter’s album called Folklore. This cowl uses similar stitch patterns and has a similar look to a sweater she wore at the end of the of a video as the same name of our contrast color, Cardigan.You can also find matching hat & cardigan patterns. This classic cable & texture sweater cowl is knit in in the round in one piece. Knit this cowl and be your own star!
DESIGNER | Amy Gunderson
MEASUREMENTS | Approx. 30” circumference x 10.25” depth
Mad Love #1 is a digital pattern booklet featuring four patterns from designers, Jewell Washington, Nancy Ricci, Tamara Kelly and AnnMarie Baker, all knit and crochet using GG Loves Orange Yarn.
The MT Community Love Fund will raise donations through creative collaborations and partnerships. The fund may offer financial grants, scholarships, mentorship, yarn and more to business owners, designers and students in our maker community. The MT Community Love Fund celebrates diversity and will encourage anyone in our community of every race, religion, age, ability, sexual identity, gender identity, skin color and body type to apply, especially BIPOC and LBGTQI+.
100% of proceeds from the pattern booklet and 10% of sales from the GG Loves Orange color will be donated back to the MT Community Love Fund. By purchasing this booklet and working with GG Loves Orange, you are directly supporting diversity and accessibility in the fiber world.
This scarf is worked in one piece on the bias. A central slip-stitch column flanks sections of bias Chevron wedges. Change colors using the intarsia method. Bring the old color up and around the new color to avoid holes from forming in the work. Cut yarn and weave in ends each Chevron section.
DESIGNED BY | Amy Gunderson
SIZES |Finished measurements: 73.5” long x 16” wide Note: With the required yarn, it is possible to make one scarf up to approximately 120” long, or two scarves approximately 60” long.