The patterns and projects in By Hand Serial Lookbook No. 10 are all inspired by the hues and textures of Montana’s landscapes, and the western style of the region. Kjerste Whaley has designed the perfect, wear-everywhere shrug with just a touch of mohair softness. Shellie Anderson’s unisex textured scarf echoes the colors of blooming Indian Paintbrushes. Renate Yerkes uses Thirteen Mile’s undyed wool yarn to create a reversible beanie that showcases the woolly, rugged feel of the yarn. Irina Pi’s handwarmers use stitch patterns to highlight the glowing color of The Farmers Daughter yarn. Andrea Hungerford focuses on western flair, colorwork, and an infinite variety of yarn combinations in creating a ruana and a open faced fringed cardigan wrap. You’ll also find a recipe for Autumn Panzanella, a macrame plant hanger project that is suitable even for beginners, and project buckets sewn with Pendleton’s Native American-inspired fabrics.