Tuesday, November 27, 2007

New Patterns!

Thats right, not only do we have new yarns and new colors, we also have new patterns!


Isn't this the cutest baby sleeper? We suggest using Super Wool for a soft, warm and washable outfit for your special little one.

Chunky Cable Socks

These are my favorite "house socks". Imagine- soft, thick and warm, knit out of a luxurious blend like alpaca, silk and merino or a crisp, cool bamboo/merino yarn. Knit out of DK weight yarn, the Chunky Cable socks knit up quickly enough that even I was able to get a complete pair knit up in a couple of days! The simple cables give it just enough interest to keep you from getting bored, but not enough to make it difficult.

Faux Cable Socks

Looking for a slightly more complicated sock pattern? The Faux cable socks actually look more difficult than they really are. The "faux" cables are created with simple knit and purl stitches combined with YO and k2togs!

The Faux Cable Socks can be knit out or any of our fingering weight yarns: Leili, Verve, Sushi Socks or Tinsel Toes.

Cabled Neck Warmer

Perfect for chilly mornings, the Cabled Neck Warmer is a quick knit and ideal for both men and women. This is the perfect project for a small amount of luxurious yarn that you can't stop cuddling! My personal favorite for this project is Wild Thing.

Fern Lace Scarf

This lace scarf knits up quickly on size 7 needles out of DK weight yarn, but the lace pattern keeps it elegant and feminine. I recommend using Silk Twist for good stitch definition matched with the luxury of silk!

Glam Gloves

What is the one problem a fashionable woman has when wearing gloves? She can't wear her fancy jewelry, of course. Problem solved! The Glam Gloves has its own jewelry knitted right in. Choose your own special beads and buttons to add rings and bracelets in your own, unique style to these tip-less gloves for an elegant way to warm your lady like hands.

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