Happy New Year and My make 20 in 20 List

Happy New Year Everyone!

I can’t believe we’ve rolled into a new decade.  It feels strange and reflective, all in the best ways.  I was fortunate enough to enjoy New Years Eve with my husband in the beautiful city of Austin, Texas.  We’ve spent 5 days driving from Ontario and about to roll into Corpus Christie.  Tonight I’m writing from San Antonio. 

So the last year has been insane, and I really appreciate you all so much.  I’ve learned while being cooped up in the car, that I need to take a few more minutes off a day than I have been doing.  I also really miss my knit time.  So I have decided that being its 2020, I was going to compile a list of 20 things I am going to knit in 2020.  This list is going to come at you in 4 parts, each day I will post five patterns, with links, and all the info.  I hope you enjoy.

It would be amazing if you’ve also made a list, to post to our socials, and share with us what your top patterns foe 2020 are.  We love to see what everyone is working on.

Happy Knitting, Happy 2020

Much Love and Gratitude




#1)                   The yarn I’ve selected is Festivity by Sugarbush, I’m on the fence between Paddyfest (green) or Whale Watch (blue)…I’ll decide the day I’m about to cast on I’m sure .


by Andrea Mowry

 (Photo From the pattern page here) —>           https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/ginny


#2)                   The yarn I’ve selected is Tangled Poets Backpacker, my only preselected colour is Dirty Denim, I will find something in the dye pots that will spark the inspiration.



by Caitlin Hunter

(Photo from the pattern page here) —> https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sipila


#3)                   Any Lopi yarn is always on the top of my favourite list.  The colour options of Lett Lopi are endless, so this pattern had to be on my 20 in 20 list.


Afmæli - 20-year Anniversary Sweater

by Védís Jónsdóttir

(Photo from the pattern page here). —>            


#4)                   I fell in love with this sweater a long time ago, I’ve finally decided on which yarns I wanted to use.  I’ve chosen Rapture by Sugarbush, and I believe I will actually make 2.  The second one I’m going to give a go with Deluxe Dk Tweed (it knits to gauge perfectly, and I feel the tweed will sparkle)



by Jennifer Steingass

(Photo from the pattern page here)      —>       https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/vintersol    

#5)                   This perfect cardigan will be knit in Dawson and a second in Noro Ito


Ramona Cardigan

by Elizabeth Smith 

(Photo from the pattern page here)      —>