So many of us started out with a super simple scarf – and have come so far! And in 2021, many people learned to knit and crochet, and many more took the leap to expand their skills into garment making! And there were so many patterns to tip us over the edge – see the best patterns of the year here!
While the Moogly family is on holiday break, the Yarnspirations family has put together some fantastic year end roundups, full of beautiful patterns to explore. In Garments and Accessories, crochet and knit were again right on trend, with lots of tiny tops in the summer, and cozy sweaters in the chill. Which fashion trends are you predicting for 2022?
Below, get all the links to the patterns, links to the specific patterns I think you don’t want to miss, and then get a mini roundup of Moogly Garment and Accessories patterns from 2021!
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Patterns of Note
There are many great patterns in this collection, here are my favorites!
- Crochet – Wrap It Up Tunisian Shawl – I saw a real trend of Tunisian this year, and I’m obsessed with the bold graphic simplicity of this piece!
- Knit – Dovercourt Cardigan – This pattern is as classic as it is modern – a timeless classic and sure to bring hours of delightful knitting time!
Moogly Garment and Accessories Patterns for 2021
- Summer Staple Sweater – This sweater includes sizes XS to 5X, and is perfect year-round, from swimsuit coverup to layering piece!
- Lavender Kisses Beanie – Like the matching cowl, is sized to fit just about anyone over 12 years old – and should continue to do well as it’s in the Pantone Color of the Year for 2022!
- Whispering Arrows Shawl – A triangle wrap with soft colors that remind me of a beautiful Monet – and a hidden pattern that brings to mind magic eye pictures!
Thank you all so much for reading Moogly this year! We’re excited to bring you lots of fabulous new patterns, videos, CALs, and more in 2022! Have a wonderful holiday season, and Happy New Year!
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