Hump Day Inspiration – Green Yarns

Since we’re in the middle of winter, we thought you might enjoy seeing some green to add some brightness on a cold winter day. (You can find more fun project photos here.)

Hump Day Inspiration - Green Yarns

  1. Katrina knit Gardener’s Socks out of Malabrigo Sock in Ivy
  2. Doryann knit Baskerville out of Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd’s Wool Worsted in Green
  3. Margaret knit Liesl out of Madelinetosh DK in Grasshopper
  4. Debra I. knit Traveling Woman out of Handmaiden Casbah in Hemlock
  5. Debra W. knit Navona out of Knit One, Crochet Too Crock-O-Dye in Olive
  6. Michelle knit Come Sail Away Baby Blanket out of Cascade 220 Superwash in Wasabi
  7. Harriet knit Alata out of Malabrigo Worsted in Olive
  8. Rina knit Wood Hollow Mittens out of Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage in Jade
  9. Krista knit Log Cabin Socks out of Dream in Color Classy in Happy Forest

Have you ever knit a project with green yarn? What pattern did you use?

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14 comments

  1. One of my favorites was the #07 Gathered Cardi by Cathy Carron from an issue of Knit 1 from 2008 for my daughter.. Green isn’t a favorite color for myself but also did a jumper for the youngest granddaughter and a lace shrug for my daughter. I see I tend to use ‘spring’ greens with a touch of yellow undertone.

  2. Last summer for Camp Loopy, I chose 5 colors of Loopy Ewe Solids in shades of green and crocheted the Grantangle. I love it, and it currently lives on the bottom of my bed, partly decorative, and partly so I can wrap myself up in it when I’m sitting up there and need a wrap.

  3. I am yearning for green yarn right now. Definitely longing for spring to come soon! Thank you for the cheery projects. 🙂

  4. Lovely green projects! I have several pair of hand knit socks in green. Magic Mirror was the most challenging pattern. I’m trying to buy less green sock yarn this year.

  5. I knit a pair of Golden Leaves (Cookie A) socks in Casbah Hemlock. Then gave them as a birthday gift so have to knit another pair of socks in casbah for me. Cause those were some yummy feeling socks….

  6. I designed my Simple Cable Socks in Dream in Color Smooshy Happy Forest (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/simple-cable-socks) and Circuits hat in Knit Picks Swish DK in Peapod (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/circuits). My biggest green project was the Green Gable Hoodie in Lion Brand Chunky (http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Kino/28-vihervaara–huppari—greengable–hoodie). It’s the project that made me finally start to really USE Ravelry in 2009 because it had so many errata and other issues! Thank goodness for people who had knit it before and posted about it…

  7. I’ve knit with a lot of green yarns according to Ravelry (18 projects to be exact). The most memorable ones would be DIC Classy in Spring Tickle (Give a Hoot mittens), Loopy Solids in Lime (striped scarf), Manos del Uruguay Serena in Green Tea (Serena Shadow shawl), DIC Smooshy in Emerald Darkness (Mizzle shawl), and a lot of Cascade 220 in Citron (felted bags). And I recently ordered TIG Sergeant Pepper, which is a lime gradient-dyed yarn. I love green!

  8. So many beautiful projects!

    My most memorable green project (apologies to TLE) was long ago, a 2 x 2 striped Baby Surprise in Red Heart variegated green and Dazzleaire misty variegated greens. It was beautiful!

  9. I once knit a Kaffe Fassett Sweater out of dark green rowan aran with bright orange and red flowers. It weighs a ton, but has been a lifesaver this winter in Vermont.
    Actually I often knit with green yarns, it makes me think of gardening in the summer when the winter winds blow. catherine

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