Earlier this week I was thrilled to share my review of the new yarn O’Go with you. This is a totally new format of yarn delivery, available for four different popular yarn types. Each of the yarns comes in lots of different colorways. And now Yarnspirations has rounded up more than 100 O’Go Yarn patterns for you to use. There are both knit and crochet patterns for each yarn in different skill levels. There’s a project for everyone. We’ve broken down these categories below with easy links to each section that might interest you. Plus, we’ve shared some of our favorite patterns from the collection.
Quick Recap On O’Go Yarn
O’Go isn’t a brand new yarn. Instead, it’s a new format of delivery for some of your favorite yarns. Some yarn comes in balls, others in skeins … now you also have the option of O’Go. It’s a super smooth approach to easily getting the yarn from where it’s start onto your hooks or needles. Plus it offers convenience when playing with the different colors within the same O’Go. Again, check out my full review here; scroll down on that post to see the YouTube video showcasing what I’m loving about it.
Four Yarn Options for O’Go Yarn Patterns
There are currently four different O’Go yarns:
- Bernat Blanket – #6 super bulky weight yarn
- Caron Big Donut – #4 worsted weight yar
- Caron Colorama – #5 bulky weight yarn
- Red Heart Super Saver – #4 worsted weight yarn
There are different patterns associated with each one. If you have a preferred option among these yarns, then you can use the filtering tool on the website to choose the yarn you want to work with. Or, of course, if you’ve already purchased one or two of these yarns, then that’s another reason to filter the patterns in this way.
Here’s one example of O’Go Yarn patterns we like from each of the four options:
1. Bernat Blanket
2. Caron Big Donut
3. Caron Colorama
4. Red Heart Super Saver
Different Types of O’Go Yarn Patterns
In addition to sorting by the yarn itself, you can use the filter options on the O’Go Yarn Patterns page (HERE) to find specific types of project. For example, here you’ll find one Marly Bird team favorite from each of the three options in “pattern category”.
1. O’Go Yarn Patterns for Accessories
These further break down into “project type” which includes cowls, gloves and mittens, hats, scarves, shawls and wraps, toys, and general accessories. One of our favorites:
2. O’Go Yarn Patterns for Clothing
This is currently just broken down into patterns for sweaters and cardigans. One of our favorites:
3. O’Go Yarn Patterns: Home Decor
Finally, there’s the home decor section. These knit and crochet patterns break further down into the following project types: afghans and blankets, baskets, pets, and pillows and poufs. One of our favorites:
O’Go Yarn Patterns by Craft and Skill Type
Alternatively, you can focus your search by craft (knit or crochet) as well as by skill type (beginner, easy, intermediate, and experienced.) At this time there’s only one experienced level yarn pattern using O’Go Yarn but of course designers will be adding more soon. That one is:
And here’s one knit and one crochet pattern from each of the other skill levels that we think you might want to check out:
I’m excited about O’Go Yarn so I hope that you are too. If you start making any of these patterns, be sure to share them with us on social media so we can check them out!