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Welcome to Plymouth Yarn Magazine

Your home for creative ideas, news and happenings with Plymouth Yarn and our knitting community.  We are so honored to present our pride and joy – Plymouth Yarn Magazine. Plymouth Yarn Magazine will be your source for inspiration all things encompassing Plymouth Yarn. If you are looking for inspiration for your next project, kit idea to feature in your Local Yarn Shop, or free pattern you will find it here. Plymouth Yarn stocks over 100 yarns all of which are carefully sourced and polished to perfection. Each yarn has a story and an inspiration behind it. You will get...

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The Zoz Cowl

I have written before about how crazed I am about cowls.  And even though the air is warming up and spring is just around the corner- a good cowl is seasonless.  I found this cowl recently on Ravelry by a designer named Andrea Satterlund.  She even knit it in my favorite cowl yarn- Baby Alpaca Grande.  I absolutely love the geometric look of this stitch pattern. Here’s what Andrea writes about her design: I had a hard time coming up with a name for this pattern. I thought about calling it Zzzs because the stitch pattern looks sort of...

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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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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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Winter Knit Simple Coming this week

The new issue of Knit Simple- which hits the newsstands tomorrow-January 26- features a great tutorial on socks – and it uses our own Happy Feet.  This sock yarn is a magnificent blend of fine merino superwash and nylon with a high twist for great strength.  Happy Feet is available in over 20 colors.  There is also a DK weight version called Happy Feet DK.  ...

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