The 8 Most Gorgeous Finished Projects with Vegan Yarn

The 8 Most Gorgeous Finished Projects with Vegan Yarn

I've been doing a bit of routine site maintenance, and one of the things I did was to add a link from the different yarn base pages to ravelry projects that have been made with that yarn. Whenever I browse through projects that people have made with yarn that I've supplied, or dyed, its so inspiring and exciting to see the beautiful projects, and what great ideas people come up with! There are dozens and dozens of jaw-droppingly gorgeous projects that I've seen made with Vegan Yarn lately, but here are my top eight most recent favourites to get you inspired.

Maitri Shawl by Sleepy Eyes Knits (Gina House)

Sleepy Eyes also designed this shawl, so keep an eye out for when the pattern becomes available. I think a shawl like this could get me through a dark and grey winter for sure!

She used Albireo Fingering in Fields of Gold


Wurm knitted by Anna

Anna used Albireo Fingering Catgrass and Wolf Girl

I recently saw Takashi Murakami's exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery, and this totally reminds me of an octopus with its chromatophoric (colour changing) skin.

Masgot knitted by Heloisebrodi

 Check out the rest of her pictures to see it spread out too, its amazing!

Heloisebrodi used Albireo Fingering in Ubaba, Wolf Girl and Desert.

Tranquility Meditation Wrap by Sleepy Eyes (Gina House)

Gina used Anlilam Worsted in Wolf Girl and River Spirit

She designed the pattern for this one too! Click the title to check it out.


Liguria knitted by Helemaalnikki

Helemaalnikki used Pleiades Sock

Mixing brights and neutrals while incorporating amazingly gorgeous patterning? Yes please!


Makariri Shawl knitted by Din

Din used Pakucho Original in Fingering Weight

I just love the combination of basic stripes and lacey texture.


Windlass and Market Tote knitted by ForestandSpirit

ForestandSpirit used Pakucho Sport for both of these. I love the combos of vanilla cream with sage in Windlass, and golden brown with deep green for the tote.
















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