Do you have any stunning single skeins sat in your stash that you can't decide what to do with? There are so many beautiful patterns but it can be tough to narrow down the selection. We have taken the hard work out for you and suggested some of our favourites:

Fuss Free Festival Shawl by Louise Tilbrook
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/fuss-free-festival-shawl
Such a simple design giving a beautiful final project and ideal for TV knitting. 

Humbug Scarf by Joanne Scrace
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/humbug-scarf
Quick, easy and great for showing off variegated yarn

Summer Blooms Shawl by Jayalakshmi
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/summer-blooms-shawl-3
Published on Knotions website HERE, this beautiful shawl uses Titus 4ply and makes a lovely lightweight shawl with a stunning lace edging section. 

Collingham Mitts by Victoria Magnus
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/collingham
These elbow length fingerless mitts use approximately 60g yarn which makes them ideal for showing off a stunning single skein or for stash busting leftovers from other projects. Instructions for both options are included in the pattern. 

Thornfield hat by Jane Burns
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/thornfield-hat
Part of a stunning collection including mitts and a cowl, all three patterns are available as digital downloads on our website HERE.

Serriform hat by David O'Kelly
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/serriform
A subtly textured unisex hat. This quick knit needs just 50g of yarn and makes a great gift knit. Find the printed pattern for sale on our website HERE.  

Transposition by Joanne Scrace
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/transposition-2
This shawl is included in The Shawl Project Book One from The Crochet Project. All five designs are fabulous and use a single skein. We have the book available to buy on our website HERE.

Buttermere shawl by Victoria Magnus

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/buttermere
A great first shawl pattern for a beginner but also a nice easy project for the more experienced knitter. Find the printed pattern for sale on our website HERE.

 

We have a Pinterest board with a few more ideas which you can take a look at HERE.

To get you started with a Ravelry search use THIS LINK and amend the criteria to find your favourites. Which are your favourites? Pop them in the comments!


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