It is time to reveal the WINNER for Artesanitarium Designs Designer Challenge round 2: Mix and Match!

The fans have spoken! 

The winner is... 

The Callistemon Slouch Hat

by Paula King - KraziKnitz Designs

The Callistemon Slouch Hat has small cables and directional eyelet columns that are reminiscent of the twisty bark texture and seed pods of the bottlebrush tree whose genus is Callistemon. There are two sizes that will fit most teens and adults.


The design uses ribbing, cables and a simple eyelet lace for the mix/match portion of the design challenge.

Chequered Cowl

by Mugdha Manasa

The cowl is single sized and incorporates lace and cables.

Cables Cubed Fingerless Gloves

by The Knittervention

The design uses cables and fair-isle colorwork , it has geometric patterns in it, and the squares lent themselves nicely to that! 

Hazardous Sripes

by Sidney - Au Fil du Tricot

It’s a crescent shawl where color change occurs during the short rows stripes. Garter stitch and stockinette stitch give it the perfect easy touch for knit night !

Ossippee Socks

by Melody Harmon - Arrowhead Fibers

Inspired by the New England country side filled with rolling hills, winding rivers, and old trees.

Knit Picks Mighty Stitch Yarn

Hip to be Square

by rhyFlower Knits

A hat, cowl, and mitten set that utilizing basic colorwork and texture

New Arrival

by Amy C - Little Yarns

A set of overalls in several sizes Newborn – 24 months, and the straps can be either plain or with ruffles (as in the picture). The design is worked with seed stitch, stocking stitch, ruffles, and increases to shape the bottom.

Winter Doldrums Scarf

by Carmen Nuland

The Scarf  uses lace and texture that makes the scarf completely reversible

The still nameless Intarsia Cable Hat

by Tanja - Knitted In Switzerland

While technically knit flat, it is joined as you go to avoid sewing.

Knit Picks Mighty Stitch Yarn

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