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Updated: Aug 25, 2023

Every year, Ravelry posts a series of statistics to summarize what happened in the previous year. This time, the patterns with the most completed projects have been Sophie Scarf by Petite Knit in the knitting category and Whoopa Cal by Tinna Thórudóttir Thorvaldsdóttir in the crochet category. Let’s get to know these projects more in-depth and choose in which colors we could make them.

knitted beige scarf around woman's neck
© PetiteKnit

Mette is the Danish designer behind PetiteKnit. She needs no introduction because she is among the most famous knitwear designers. She started her brand in 2016 and has published 256 patterns on Ravelry by this date. She has created patterns for women, children, and even home accessories.

Last year her most knitted pattern was Sophie Scarf, with 3723 completed projects, according to Ravelry’s database. And the number of projects keeps on growing.

This pattern invites you to do it more than once and in different colors and is perfect for gift knitting. It can be made in two sizes and consumes between 101 - 140 yds (92 - 128 m) of DK-weight yarn. We have selected a few options if you'd like to knit a striped version.

men wearing navy blue crochet cardigan
© Tinna Thórudóttir Thorvaldsdóttir

The most finished crochet project is Tinna Thórudóttir Thorvaldsdóttir’s Whoopa CAL, a magnificent cardigan made in bulky wool yarn. Tinna is a well-known designer with 65 patterns available on Ravelry, three published books, and a successful YouTube channel. She is a master of mosaic crochet and has spectacular blankets.

Last November, Tiina organized a CAL for the cardigan and promoted it as if it were an authentic music video. During the first ten days, she uploaded videos to her YouTube channel explaining how to knit the different parts of the pattern. By the end of the year, the total number of finished projects on Ravelry was 124.

The pattern is unisex and available in four sizes. If you’re interested in making it, you’ll need between 875 - 1531 yds (800 - 1400 m) of bulky-weight yarn. Check out our suggestions below.

Two very different designs from two great designers are a must-have in your closet and can be made in different colors. So, what are you waiting for? If you have already made them, what are you waiting for to repeat them? They are on their way also to becoming two of the most completed projects in 2023.


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