Month: February 2010

Knitter’s Magazine Spring 2010

The upcoming issue of Knitter’s Magazine will feature a section on combining different weights of yarn in a single garment.    Jeannee Worsted and Jeannee DK are combined brought together in a lovely spring weight shell called Bayside Blue by Julie Gaddy.  The coordinating scarf finishes the garment beautifully. Knitter’s Spring 2010 will be on the news stand in early...

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Worsted Merino Superwash

Our new beautiful merino superwash has been having great reviews! It rivals many other worsted merinos because it has: – great stitch definition- from stockinet stitch to cables – 40 rich colors that coordinate – did I mention this is a superwash? washer friendly! – an excellent hand– I’ve worked extensively with this yarn and no splitting problems – excellent yardage- 218 yards per 100g skein! ….and these are just a few of the wonderful reviews we have been getting If you haven’t gotten your hands on a skein of this- what are you waiting for? We have featured...

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Boucle Bolero

I ran across this awesome little bolero while I was browsing through ravelry The cream yarn is our one and only Alpaca Boucle Which makes not only a soft but also lightweight knit. The pattern is from KnitKnit: Profiles + Projects from Knitting’s New Wave by Sabrina Gschwandtner For more information about this knit, you can visit Hilary’s blog about the...

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Baby Alpaca Grande Fenced In

Tracey Kay designed and knit this hat using Plymouth Baby Alpaca Grande color 635.  You can find more info about this design on Ravelry:  The design is called Fenced In.  Very nice look Tracey....

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Jelli Beenz is a fun, worsted weight yarn in 22 great kids colors. Jelli Beenz Yarn Content: 75% Acrylic, 25% Wool Yarn Gauge: 4.5 sts=1″ / US 8 needle Yarn Length: 107 yds / 50g ball This adorable little sweater is from our pattern collection, Plymouth Pattern 1006. 2 balls red and 1 ball each of yellow, blue, and green (for the back) for size 3-6 months. Browse our whole pattern...

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