There are several stunning accessories in this collection and one that caught my eye was 'Breakers' which looks so squishy and cozy and warm. This would be perfect for our Christmas holiday to Norway this year. The stitch pattern looks interesting too.
I love the alternating bands of opaque and sheer chevrons in 'Eventide'. The subtle colour variation of the hand-dyed yarn adds to the interest.
I rarely wear hats. In fact, I almost only ever wear hats when we go to Norway at Christmas. I'm also rubbish at designing hats (notice the lack of hats in my pattern portfolio?). But I do fancy a new hat for our Norway trip. 'Procella' is perfect. I love the slouchy fit, the interesting design details and it has fingerless mittens to match. I would wear those all the time. I also have a friend who loves slouchy hats and fingerless mittens. She's also knitworthy and usually the only person I knit a Christmas present for. Maybe I'll knit this set for her. Will I be able to give it away though?
There are 3 cowls that use the same stitch pattern, First Beach, Second Beach and Third Beach. When Holli was posting pictures on Instagram in the run up to releasing Tempest, the stitch pattern used in these three accessories really stood out to me. I was fascinated by it.
'Watermark' uses the same stitch pattern to make a feature of it's over-sized cowl neck. The stitch pattern is also repeated on the hem which perfectly complements the stocking stitch body.
This is just a selection of the garments and accessories in Tempest. Take a look at the Ravelry page where you can purchase the e-book. The print book can be purchased here. See all Sweet Georgia's gorgeous yarns here.
Like what you see? Tell me your favourite Tempest design and why it's your favourite. Leave a comment below before 30 November and you will be included in a draw to win an e-book copy of the book.