Month: April 2016

Brioche in action

Brioche stitch (aka Fisherman’s Rib) is a fluffy, thick rib. The concept is simple- yarn over strands are worked together with stitches to create an extra luscious, reversible knit fabric. It is like normal ribbing with a bonus! When I first tried brioche years ago, I was trying to help out a friend that had started what looked like a simple 1×1 rib scarf. She ended up having to be in the hospital for a couple days, so I wanted to surprise her/cheer her up since I knew she didn’t really like the project she was working on. I...

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50th Anniversary Drawing!

Celebrate our 50th Anniversary with us and you can win a $500 gift card! It’s easy to enter! Simply print the form below, enter your information, and mail or fax it to us.  See the rules and conditions included on the form below. We will hold the drawing during the first week of August for the $500 gift card.  All entries must be received by July 15, 2016. **One entry per person. Plymouth Yarn will be celebrating at the Summer TNNA show in Washington D.C. as well. Please feel free to stop by our booth (#177) to fill out an entry...

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Trend alert: Skinny Scarves

Scarves don’t have to be heavy and cumbersome. A new trend that I’ve noticed in ready to wear is adorn your spring and summer wardrobes with fashion scarves. The scarves can be skinny, about 3″ wide, though I have seen some wider scarves that are about 7″ wide. They all have one thing in commong- they are lightweight and wispy. They are knit looser than you normally would knit the fabric, which creates a lot of drape, and keeps the scarves from being too overwhelming.   Here are some skinny scarf designs that we have designed at Plymouth. Click...

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