5 Green Knits You Need To See


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A new trend that I've noticed growing in popularity has quickly become one of my favourites this season - pairing green and blue.

A collage of inspiration for the geen and blue trend


We love green and blue knits and in this blog post I'm going to show you our  top 5 Green Knits. The ones you need to see. Some of my absolute favourites from this collection that compliment this trend.  

Green knit sweater

A Green Oversized Knit

Number 1 - this is my favourite oversized knit - the Thyme Soft Touch Cable Pullover. It's available in 3 sizes and will keep you super cozy. 

In the image above you can see our green oversized knit paired with blue stone washed jeans, matching the green and blue trend. 

A green knit wool cardigan

A Green Knit Wool Cardigan

Number 2 on my list is from our 100% Australian Merino Range. This green knit cardigan supports Australian farmers and we just love how super soft it is.  Check it out here - Merino Spring Bobby Cardigan.

You can read more about our Australian Merino collection and how it supports Australian Farmers, here

Mum and baby matching green knits

Mum and Baby Matching Green Knits

For number 3 I wanted to include a Mini Me side kick! Our Sage Waffle Seven Pullover is one of our best sellers - such an easy shape to wear time and time again. I replicated into our Mini Me collection and above is a picture of my daughter, Clementine, and I. She's wearing the Sage Waffle Mini me Pullover. 

If you'd like to learn more about our Mini Me Collection, we have a blog post about it here

A green knit cardigan

A Green Knit Cardigan

Number 4 - you always need an alternative cardigan option and this one has the most beautiful intricate stitch detailing. Meet the Ivy Green Elise Cardigan. I've just ordered this one for someone special - it's perfect for Mother's day. 

A green knit sweater

Number 5 is an everyday pullover, a sweater go-to. This is the Sage Eight Pullover knitted in our favourite ribbed stitch. 

We have a great blog post about Maxted's yarns and how I choose the yarns and knitting patterns, here.