Who doesn’t love a bit of sparkle? Sweet Georgia’s new Cashluxe Spark is a delightfully soft and sparkly fingering weight yarn available in a full range of lovely hand-dyed colors.
- 420 yards
- 80% Superwash merino, 10% cashmere and 10% silver-toned stellina sparkle
- 5-8 stitches per inch on a US 0-1 (2.0-2.5 mm) needle (this is for a firmer sock gauge; for a looser gauge for shawls and other accessories, use a larger needle size)
Tallin by Deborah Dar Woon is a super clever hat that with the flip of a wrist turns into a cowl! The magic is all within the finishing of the hat, so that the hat stays closed when on your head but opens up when you want a cowl. A touch of lace adds even more interest.
Winter Song by Tabetha Hedrick is an asymmetrical lace shawl. The delicate lace pattern that seamlessly blends lace and twisted stitches flows effortlessly into a mesh lace edge. Combined with the sparkles of Cashluxe Spark, this shawl is perfect for any occasion.
Strange Magic by Sasha Bell Rives is a fun biased striped cowl. Pair two colors of Cashluxe Spark together, or just one skein with another fingering weight yarn for a bit less sparkle. This cowl is knit in the round and the two ends of the tube are grafted together at the end for a seamless look.
Megan Goodacre’s Paravel Hat is a simple, sporty pattern that would highlight a sparkly yarn beautifully. A simple lace panel is repeated around the hat, with a simple broken rib in between. Grab your favorite color for this fun and quick accessory.
The Starfish Stole by Jill Wright is a fun crocheted mesh wrap that can easily be sized up or down. The open nature of the stitch pattern would provide plenty of space for the sparkles to really shine.
The Eventide pullover by Holly Yeoh knit out of Cashluxe Spark would be a bold addition to any wardrobe. Paired with a coordinating (or contrasting!) color of Neighborhood Fiber Company Loft, this unique pullover would transition from casual to formal settings seamlessly.
Felicia Lo’s Rushing Tide Shawl has a simple graphic lace pattern that would complement the sparkles of Cashluxe Spark rather than compete with them. Only one skein is required to make this half pi (semicircular) shawl that would really glitter.