My favorite is the Harnett Tank, a striped, racerback tank that can be worked in your team's colors. This is a versatile top that can be layered (like above), or worn solo when temperatures start warming up.
The Georgia Peach is a structured jacket closely based on vintage baseball sweaters worn 100 years ago. Allyson has provided charts to embellish the sweater with your team's logo, but I just love it for the shawl collar and toggle buttons.
And this little guy is too cute to not mention: Baby Babe Ruth is totally getting knit for the next baby boy I see. How cute are the little footies?
These are just half of the patterns in Vintage-Inspired Baseball Knits, available as an e-book (6 patterns for $9.99 or individual patterns for $4.99 each) on Knit Picks now.
Allyson has generously offered to giveaway a pattern of your choice to a lucky reader! So please leave a comment and tell me which of the adorable baseball-themed patterns you'd love to knit, and I'll choose one winner.
Just leave a comment with your name, email address and favorite pattern anytime between now and next Wednesday, February 27th, when I'll announce the winner.
Things have been quiet around this here blog, since I've been completely devoted to knitting up my newest Holla Knits design. I finished last night, and it's blocking now, and let me say: I think this is up there with my most-wearable sweaters.
Am I talking it up too much? Possibly.
And when it was all done, I slathered Tiger Balm all over my wrists. If not for the terrible smell, I'd totally be hooked on this stuff.