But first, no longer do you have to admire the embroidery on knitting trend from afar. Betz White shares a tutorial on her blog about how to embellish a pair of handknit mitts and trust us when we say you’ll want to drop everything and cast on a pair.

Get The New Issue of Making

Making, the biannual publication dedicated to the act of making, has released their Fall 2019 issue. Issue No. 8 / Forest explores the connection between craft and our outdoor environment, highlighting the influence it plays in our inspiration and materials needed to create. Find 11 patterns inside from an impressive list of designers including Susan B Anderson, Carrie Bostick Hoge, Denise Bayron, and Paula Pereira. Find the print-only magazine at select retailers and online.

A Pip and Pin KAL

In celebration of their new pattern book, Rainforest Knits, the Pip and Pin team is hosting a KAL. Choose one of the garments in the book – “Kala,” “Noni,” or “Olena” – or the Catbells pullover or Maema Cardigan and join your fellow KAL’ers in the Pip and Pin Revelry group. KAL runs through December 31st, giving you plenty of time to knit your new favorite top.

The Brioche Mosaic Trilogy is Here

From designer Susanne Sommer, the Brioche Mosaic Trilogy is a 3-part e-book that explores two-color brioche as a technique to create graphic mosaic patterns. Purchase the e-book from Ravelry to receive the first pattern, “Positivity.” The additional two patterns, “Tiles” and “Lizzie” will automatically update to your Ravelry account when they release on November 1st and November 8th, respectively.

CAST ON: “Dot Dot Dash” by Midori Hirose

With an comfy yet flattering fit, “Dot Dot Dash” is a long sleeve pullover that you will want to wear over and over again. Worked top-down and with a circular yoke, the collar has a subtle, rounded v-neck that offers feminine detail. Two-colors and slipped stitches give the yoke a modern appeal, while the lace detailing worked in gives it a classic vibe. This sweater is available in eight sizes and calls for 660-995 yards of worsted weight yarn.