Pattern Picks for Pepperberry Knits DK

Posted on September 15, 2015 by Clare Devine | O Comments

In last week's blog I reviewed Pepperberry Knits DK, I think you can safely say I really enjoyed knitting with this luxurious cashmere yarn. If you haven't done so already download my quick and easy hat freebie which uses just one 50g skein.

I have picked some other great patterns that would work a treat with this yarn. Here are some of my favourite projects perfectly suited for Pepperberry DK.


 Nalu Mitts by Leila Raabe

This free pattern on Ravelry would be great for a single skein of this glorious yarn. The twisted stitch detail on the top would just pop. 


Rathtrevor by Jane Richmond 

These fingerless mitts from the beautiful Island collection would be delightful in this yarn. A single skein would get you a versatile pair of mitts.  


Verdure by Alana Dakos 

These nature inspired mitts would work up wonderfully in this fabulous yarn, with the stitch definition really bring the details to life. Verdure is just one of the lovely patterns in Botanical Knits 2 


Beamish by Woolly Wormhead 

This cute little hat would be great worked in two colours but equally impressive worked in a single shade. A luxuriously special gift which would be a perfect for little ones and adults alike. 


Lumberjack by Tin Can Knits



While a little decadent I think this yarn would make the most amazing bed socks, I am a big fan of warm cosy feet and can’t imagine a better treat than a pair of cosy socks with this yarn. Lumberjack is available in Tin Can Knits book 9 Months of Knitting.

This pattern by Tin Can knits would be great for you or a special loved one as it comes in a wide range of sizes. 


Looking for a little more luxurious cashmere in your life?


Arbutus by Jane Richmond 


This ingenious cowl from Jane Richmond is also part of the Island collection and would be simply magical in two skeins of Pepperberry Knits. The kind of winter accessory you never want to take off. 


Lodestar by Tin Can Knits 

This is a large luxurious stole that would be a wonderful heirloom piece to treasure. 


If you find you have some left overs from your glorious skein you could use them for one of these delightful knits.


Easy Knitted Bangle by Ambah



Odd Ends by Carina Spencer 



If you'd like to see more pattern suggestions then why not follow Tangled Yarn on Pinterest. I really hope you enjoy knitting with Pepperberry Knits as much as I did.


Happy knitting,




About the Author 

Clare Devine is a writer and designer. Originally from South Africa she has nomadic tendencies and is currently knitting her way around the UK. She is passionate about all things fibre related (especially if it’s grey), knitting, travel and sunshine in equal measures.

She regularly blogs at www.yarnandpointysticks.com. You can find her on Ravelry as Knitsforklipskaap, Twitter as @_ClareDevine and Instagram as @Clare.Devine.


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