For ten years, Vogue Knitting Live NYC has been a destination for designers, dyers, and makers to come together to share in their love (very enthusiastically, we might add) of the fiber arts. But it has also become an event for designers to release patterns in support of their favorite yarn brands and vendors. Today, VKL kicks off their 10th anniversary show in Time Square and the new, celebratory patterns are plentiful. We broke our traditional four pattern round-up today to bring you six (of the many!) new patterns making their debut at VKL. These patterns are all available on Ravelry so you don’t have to make the (bitterly cold) trip to NYC to cast on.

The Big Easy by Melanie Berg

While billed as an easy shawl, with effortless garter stitch and uncomplicated design, this new shawl from Melanie Berg looks anything but. The Big Easy features crisp, modern stripes and a contrasting color palatte, giving it a polished and elevated look that you can dress up or down. Best yet, it is knit Pascuali Balayage, a new fingering weight yarn developed in collaboration with Melanie Berg. Pick four colors of the wool and alpaca blend to create your own head turning shawl.

She the sample and shop for yarn at the Pascuali Filati Naturali booth 323.

Rues de Paris by Alma Bali

This new cardigan, which is worked flat with a brioches tuck stitch, is a La Bien Aimee dream. Use three stands of the Parisian brand’s laceweight yarns held together, including two strands of Mohair Silk and one strand of their new wool blended Helix. The result? A fabric that is lightweight and drapey, while still having some structure.

See the sample and shop for yarn at the Brooklyn General Store booths 521, 523.

Shakespeare In The Park by Park Williams

A Shakespeare inspired sweater, this bottom up, crop top has poofy bishop sleeves and a matching 2-color motif around its yoke. Knit it with Knit Collage’s super bulky Spun Cloud with size US 13, 15, and 17 needles. It’s a statement sweater that you will want to wear to more than just a Shakespeare festival.

See the sample and purchase yarn from the Knit Collage booth 527.

Speckles by Casapinka

Speckles is a simple, everyday sweater that is not what it seems. The all over purl bump texture doesn’t require purling. Instead, knit the sweater in stockinette stitch and then flip it inside out! And those seams? Simple slip stitch detail. Use DK weight yarn and US 7 needles to make this wear-worthy sweater.

See the sample and shop for yarn at the Yarn Culture booths 711, 713, 715, and 717.

Cosmopolitan Wrap by Joji Locatelli

In collaboration with Surban Stitcher, Joji Locatelli has transformed their Yak DK yarn into a lacey, rectangular wrap. Knit two identical pieces, using size US 8 needles, and see them together in the center for a seamless piece.

See the sample and shop for yarn at The Knitting Place booths 721, 723.

Satellite by Andrea Mowry

Satellite is a large shawl that combines garter stitch and brioche techniques to create a large shawl that has some squish, drape and warmth. Pick four colors of La Bien Aimee’s Kumo and Helix and knit with a size US 4 needle. Not ready to cast on a shawl? Andrea Mowry also released a hat pattern to celebrate VKL’s 10th Anniversary.

See the sample and shop for yarn at the Brooklyn General Store booths 521, 523.