We’re seeing so many yarny photos coming out of Edinburgh Yarn Fest (check some out here) and our fear-of-missing-out meter is pinging at an all-time high. Yet we can live vicariously through our fiber-loving comrades thanks to the new patterns, new collections (check out this one from Helga Isagar), and even a new product which have all debuted at the show. Today we bring you some of our favorite patterns that were released to support yarn vendors selling their goods at EYF.

LYS by Andrea Mowry

Andrea Mowry might not be at EYF, but her LYS (Little Yellow Sweater) is. On display at La Bien Aimee’s booth, this cropped cardi is knit with La Bien Aimee’s new Fingering weight fiber, Mondim. With confident cables and sweet bobbles flanking either side of the button band, this sweater, available in 8 sizes, is worked flat from the bottom up. And good news! If yellow is not your go-to color, you can knit this sweater in any solid color yarn of your choice!

Wheelhouse Shawl by Laura Nelkin

From Laura Nelkin, this Wheelhouse Shawl is part of the new Wheelhouse collection, available as an ebook on Ravelry. With four colors of fingering weight yarn, Wheelhouse is knit in the round and then steeked (instant fringe!) to create a capelet-like shape that drapes nicely over the shoulders. Stranded colorwork makes this piece exciting to knit as alternating colors are manipulated into stripes, speckles, and even a beautiful floral mosaic. Rounding out the collection is a cowl and a headband in similar colorwork patterns.

Edinburgh Lanes by Helen Stewart

Edinburgh Lanes is an oversized shawl that pays homage to the enchanted city in which it is named. With its asymmetrical triangle shape, the piece offers a bit of discovery just like the city. Alternate from garter stitch sections to a whimsical lace pattern, while fading and stripping your way through the shawl. Just three colors of Fingering weight yarn will help you create this richly textured statement piece.

Eula Sweater by Isabell Kraemer

It’s a button party in the back thanks to Isabell Kraemer’s newest sweater, Eula. Worked flat from the top down with short row shaping, this comfy cardigan has interesting lacework around the yoke and elongated ribbed cuffs. The delicate button band in the back is an unexpected feature that makes this Fingering weight sweater fun to wear.