Urth's Uneek and Monokrom Worsted yarns offer fun, short waves of self-striping magic from the moment you cast on. Paired with their Harvest Worsted, all of their offerings range from vibrant and bold, to earthy and grounded; each range is dyed by hand, and their softness is, well... undeniable.
Urth Harvest Worsted, Monokrom Worsted and Uneek Worsted all boast compositions of super-squishy, 100% extra-fine superwash merino, just waiting for an extra-special fall project. We thought we might inspire you with some patterns that show it off best. AND... what we love most is you can combine colourways from each of the different ranges to create a truly unique finished piece. Choose from Uneek Worsted, Monokrom Worsted and Harvest Worsted.
One Skein Projects
Click the yarn name (links) above for each yarn to grab your favourite, then check the links below for the project patterns on Ravelry, available direct from each respective designer).
Knit in the round using a single skein of your favorite Urth worsted weight yarn, this is a quick weekend project. Choose from Uneek Worsted, Monokrom Worsted and Harvest Worsted. Find the project link here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bella-cowl-3
This classic long shawl zigzags into its chevron shape based on a simple repeat of stitches. Urth Yarns do the rest of the magic to transform a basic into your favorite accessory. Choose from Uneek Worsted, Monokrom Worsted and Harvest Worsted. Find the project link here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/monokrom-worsted-chevron-scarf
Polished twisted rib columns flow into a simple diagonal eyelet Blossom stitch to create a classic cowl. The sample shown uses 1 skein of Harvest Worsted, it’s a quick knit with an impressive and timeless result. Add an extra skein to make the matching slightly slouchy hat.
Find the cowl pattern here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/blossom-cowl-5
Hat pattern here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/blossom-hat-5
To make it easier to get everything you need in one place, we have created kits for most patterns shown below. Click on the project to order all the yarn needed as a complete kit and to find the link for each pattern.
Ikat Throw is worked in a simple textured stitch reminiscent of woven ikat textiles, accentuating Uneek's stripe color shifting. This large blanket consists of three I-cord side edged panels worked in a half-linen stitch field with garter stitch short ends. The panels are worked flat separately, then joined with Kitchener Stitch. Find everything here: https://www.artisanthropy.ca/products/urth-yarns-ikat-throw-kit
A great project if you're looking for some luxury this fall/winter, while on a budget. This 2-skein project's pattern is free! It works great with Monokrom Worsted, but can be done with Uneek Worsted or Harvest Worsted too! Find the pattern here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/fall-fire-cowl
The Synchronicity Shawl Kit is a popular pattern by Cheryl Faust, who makes beautiful designs featuring Mosaic Knitting. Find all the details here: https://www.artisanthropy.ca/products/synchronicity-shawl-kit-in-uneek-worsted-harvest
Nightshift Shawls are a great way to play with the fun colours of Urth Yarns Monokrom Worsted and Uneek Worsted. Knit side-to-side, the Nightshift shawl features simple techniques: slipped stitches, mosaic knitting, and i-cord edging make this an engaging project to knit. Pattern is sold separately on Ravelry. Find all the details here: https://www.artisanthropy.ca/products/nightshift-kit-in-urth-monokrom-uneek-worsted
The Mokum Cowl Kit is a popular cowl pattern is by Mieka John, who was also featured in 52 Weeks of Socks! (The sample shown was done in Fig/Thuja.) Find everything for this project here: https://www.artisanthropy.ca/products/mokum-cowl-kit-in-urth-harvest-worsted
That's it for our list, but there are sooo many more for this wonderful wool. Let us know if you find some others we should share!