Spring 2022 Collection
As we welcome Spring we're celebrating the re-awakening of life with our most-loved people. We gathered at a Hudson Valley-based brewery, Tin Barn, to capture this special collection of heritage knits.
Our Spring 2022 collection features nine heritage knits made to be shared and cherished forever. Browse your favorites below for more information on the design specs, yarn, and create your own bundle using our one-step bundle feature.
Meghan Babin (she/her/hers) is the co-founder of Hudson + West Co. She’s the former editor of Interweave Knits, knit.wear, and creator and editor of Wool Studio. She hails from the lower Hudson Valley region of New York where she currently lives, designs, and runs H+W HQ East. Her designs and creative work are largely inspired by the dichotomy between New York City and the wilds of the Hudson Valley. Find more of her designs on Ravelry.
Sloane Rosenthal (she/her/hers) is the co-founder of Hudson + West Co. In addition to her line of self-published patterns, her knitwear designs have been featured in Interweave Knits, Knit.Wear, Wool Studio, and By Hand Serial. She is author of three knitwear pattern books, Independent Fabrication Volumes 1 and 2, and Wine Country Knits. A native of Washington, D.C., and briefly a devoted Californian, she lives in Boulder, Colorado with her family and a growing menagerie of horses, hamsters, and houseplants, where she runs H+W HQ West. Find more of her designs on Ravelry.
Seth Richardson (he/him/his) is a designer based in Portland, Oregon. He enjoys creating pieces that use simple texture, and is especially interested in designing works that explore the various relationships of straight lines. Originally from the Northeast, he takes a lot of inspiration from the natural surroundings of his new home in the Pacific Northwest. Find him on Instagram @sethnrichardson, on Ravelry as SethR, and through his website, sethrichardsonknits.com.
Jen Parroccini (she/her) is a knitwear designer focused on size-inclusive, 100% make-worthy, wardrobe staples. Focusing on texture and structure, her sweaters feature timeless silhouettes with modern details and fine finishing. Originally from Maryland’s eastern shore, she lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with her husband and preschool-aged daughter. Find her on Instagram at JP_Knits_Things, on Ravelry at JPKnitsThings, and on her website, JPKnitsThings.com.
Bristol Ivy (she/her) is a knitting designer, teacher, and author from Bangor, Maine. Her work has been published with PomPom Magazine, amirisu, Quince & Co., Making Magazine, and her own eponymous pattern line. She has taught at such events as Squam Art Workshops, Edinburgh Yarn Festival, and Vogue Knitting Live, as well as yarn shops and retreats worldwide. Her recent books, Knitting Outside the Box and Knitting Outside the Box: Drape and Fold, both with PomPom Press, explore her lifelong commitment to breaking rules and finding beauty in unexpected places. When not knitting, she’s sewing, running, watching far too many British murder mysteries, and baking a mean loaf of oatmeal honey bread. Find her online at bristolivy.com and on Instagram, Ravelry, and Twitter as @bristolivy.
From her tiny studio in New Orleans, Cheryl Toy avidly knits, teaches, writes and designs knitwear. A former Set Designer and Art Director for film and television, Cheryl frequently draws on historical references to create engaging knits that focus on simple timeless shapes. Amusing details and quirky techniques fascinate her. Cheryl’s work can be found in several books. She has been a frequent contributor to Interweave Knits, Knitscene and Knit.Wear magazines and appears in collections for Knit Picks, Brooklyn Tweed, and Hudson + West Co. Find more of her design on Ravelry.
Lana loves to knit! Sweater or shawl, texture or lace. She is happiest when knitting lace but is always experimenting with technique and construction. Her work has appeared in Interweave Knits, Knitscene, Knit.wear, Pompom Quarterly and Twist Collective. Find more of her designs on Ravelry.
Anushka Tay is based in London, UK, and originally trained in costume design. She loves to design beautiful, wearable knitwear with lace, cables and twisted textures. Her designs create a knitting experience aiming to delight and stimulate. Find Anushka’s knitting designs on Ravelry under The Crimson Stitchery, follow @TheCrimsonStitchery on Instagram and check out her knitting podcast The Crimson Stitchery on YouTube.