When we make it to the middle of November it’s time to get to the point. It’s time to put our needles to the grind and whip out cozy accessories and the gift knits we promised to start and finish back in June. To help you get to the point this season, we found four new project that have noticeable and unique point detailing. Work one of these knit and crochet projects for yourself and pass them on to a friend.

Arrow Ridge Slouch by Crochet by Jennifer

With a knitted look, this crocheted beanie plays to the trends with its chunky, slouchy fit. A wide brim is the foundation to wide, textured rows of horizontal arrows that stack on top of one another. This hat is sized from baby to large adult and calls for worsted weight yarn.

Turn Over a New Leaf by Cally Monster

Look closely and you’ll notice that this biased-knit shawl is inspired by stitch patterns found in leaves, but take a step back and you’ll see the natural points formed by the change in colors. This multi-color project calls for 3 colors of fingering weight yarn (you’ll need about 1000 yards total) to create this wrappable accessory.

Spike Leaves Hat by Viktoria Gogolak

Grab three or four colors of Aran weight yarn and cast on this striped, crocheted beanie that uses spike stitches for an unusual, but super intriguing look. Or, choose to use scraps from left over projects. This hat is available in an adult beanie or slouchy style hat.

Junior Goat Herder Pullover by Ann Budd

A pint-sized version of her popular Goat Herder Pullover, this no-seam sweater is knit worked in fingering weight yarn to create a light weight top that is easy for babies to wear and move around in. The textural chevron pattern points up or down (depending on how you see them), but definitely wrap around the front to the back of the sweater. This sweater is designed to fit babes three months to one year.