New patterns in Vintage DK and Berroco Fiora for the Annies Signature Design Collection

Annie’s Signature Designs just launched the Autumn Glow Collection, an eclectic mix of knit and crochet patterns, and featuring 2 design contributions from the Berroco Design Team.

Lena Skvagerson, the lead designer for Annie’s Signature Collections, curated this collection. “Through my own experience, I gather inspiration from all that I see around me. I can see how a collection of pieces can fit into a woman’s wardrobe that’s not fussy or complicated, but rather clean and minimal. The designs I envision are timeless, just like my own sense of style,” says Skvagerson. The selection of designs include ponchos, scarves, hats, sweaters, cardigans, cowls and accessories that are practical and timeless.


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The Sweet Springs Cardigan,  designed by yours truly is cozy cardigan knit in Berroco Vintage DK in my favorite shade: Chana Dal. It blends a borrowed-from-the-boys-silhouette with a feminine cables and lace motif for a wear-with-everything wardrobe staple.


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The Twin Ridge Tee, designed by my Berroco Design Team-mate and friend Alison Green. Knit in Berroco’s Fiora  a dreamy fiber blend of 40% cotton, 30% viscose, 15% alpaca, 10% nylon and 5% wool. The easy construction whips up in no time, you can wear it now as a cover up over a camisole or layer it with long sleeves and tall boots as  the temperatures cool.


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Visit to preview the current collection.


2 thoughts on “New patterns in Vintage DK and Berroco Fiora for the Annies Signature Design Collection

  1. Both are winners, in my opinion. Slight preference for the Sweet Springs Cardigan, but that may have to do withe CHANA DAL!

    Big congrats to the team to add those two beautiful designs to a great collection!

  2. I would love to see the Twin Ridge Tee done in Bouquet Garni, and maybe the Sweet Springs Cardigan in Lapis or Tybee, although it is very fall festive in the Ghana Dal, as especially the back view makes it look like diagonal rows of skulls, it could also be done in Day of the Dead colors.

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