Turtlenecks are practical, pretty and oh-so-warm and today we’re inspired to cast one on. While each of these newly released knit turtlenecks share some similarities – including being knit up in DK weight yarn – they have unique details that make them each their own. Employ cables, colorwork, pockets, or simplicity to make the perfect turtleneck for your winter season.

Adore by Lisa Richardson

Bundle up in luxurious comfort with this new pullover from Lisa Richardson. Knit in Rowan’s DK weight Pure Cashmere, this relaxed pullover as all the elements of a favorite sweatshirt, including a front pouch pocket. Use 1165-2250 yards of yarn to knit Adore from the bottom up.

Western Rose by Thea Colman

Comfort and design collide in this new turtleneck from Thea Colman. With DK weight yarn work this sweater from the bottom up with floral colorwork around the torso. While the sweater has instructions for alternate necklines, we can’t imagine it without the turtleneck.

The Classic by Espace Tricot

The Classic lives up to its name with its wear anytime, go-with-anything vibe. Work this comfy, raglan turtleneck from the top down with fingering weight and lace weight yarns held together. Or use a light DK weight in your favorite go-with-anything color.

Wryit by Kate Davies Designs

Classic cables and texture are the hero of this sweater, but that doesn’t mean its high neckline isn’t any less impressive. Worked from the top down with DK weight yarn this sweater is a piece that you will wanted to wear season after season.