Wool-Aid is announcing two new patterns — the Keep Me Warm Sweater and How to Knit Basic Socks for Charity — plus an update of the classic Keep Me Warm Vest:
These new and updated patterns can be downloaded from the Patterns page on the Wool-Aid website. Each of the 29 patterns available there meets Wool-Aid guidelines as written, with no modification needed. They were all designed by members of the Wool-Aid community on Ravelry and are included with permission; these patterns are free for charity, non-profit, and personal use.
All items created with these patterns for Wool-Aid should be knit with 80%+ wool yarns, according to Wool-Aid Guidelines.
Our current focus is on sweaters, and there are several sweater patterns available on the Wool-Aid Patterns page, in addition to the newly released Keep Me Warm Sweater:
Big Kids Bulky Mock Turtleneck
Child’s Top-Down Henley
Child’s Placket Pullover with Collar
Child’s Pullover with Attached Scarf
From the Top Mock Turtleneck
Keep Me Warm Sweater
Lattice Wrap Shawl-Collared Sweater
Scrap Wrap Shawl-Collared Sweater
The Steppe Ahead Sweater
Waffles for Brunch Sweater