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Norah’s Knits: More Ideas for Kodiak


Knitting with Berroco Kodiak is so much fun! It’s soft and light and the pieces knit up quickly. Booklet #337  has a variety of items to choose from and there are three more designs in my vol 13! Looking for even more patterns? I’ve shared some suggestions below. Kodiak is a good substitute for all of these yarns, so be sure to check out what else we have to offer in each of them.

Our free pattern Moshup was originally knit in Blackstone Tweed Chunky:

Any Borealis pattern will work well too.  You can whip up our free pattern Woodhaven in a few hours.

Look at Karma patterns for some more styles.  I think Overby would work exceptionally well:

Last, but not least by a long shot, is our very popular free pattern Aidez, which would be oh so soft and wonderful knit in Kodiak:

Check out all of our Peruvia Quick patterns to find a lot more great ideas for Kodiak.

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2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Olivia #

    wondering if you have a pattern for an Afghan using Berocco Kodiak~

    October 19, 2013
    • Since size isn’t really crutial when your knitting an afghan you can look at pieces in different gauges. Here is a link to all home patterns on the Berroco site.
      I think our free patterns Putnam and Cachess would both be lovely in one color of Kodiak.

      October 21, 2013

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