The brand new Arranmore Collection by Kelbourne Woolens is now live! The beautiful collection features mostly sweaters, but doesn’t leave out accessory knitters entirely. With many items designed to be unisex, you’ll be coming back to these patterns for years to come. Knit out of the brand new Fibre Co. Arranmore, each item is a cozy reminder of the history of Irish wool traditions while maintaining a fresh and modern vibe.
Killybegs by Meghan Kelly is an oversized boyfriend cardigan with shawl collar. This sweater is just perfect for staying stylish while running errands or while cozying up on a cool fall evening. Carrowkeel by Kate Gagnon Osborn is a simple turtleneck pullover great for keeping the chill away when colder weather arrives. This sweater has just the right amount of easy to keep it comfortable while still being flattering. Finn Valley, also by Kate Gagnon Osborn, is a modern take on the traditional Aran sweater. With a great cable pattern across the entire front of the sweater, this is sure to become one of your favorite garments. Wild Atlantic Way by Meghan Kelly, inspired by a road along the west coast of Ireland, is a drop shoulder pullover with just a touch of colorwork detailing. The chevron pattern can be done in either subtle colors or bold and vibrant and is a great intro for beginning colorwork knitters.
Burtonport by Courtney Kelley is a textured pullover designed with lots of positive ease. This is a great first sweater project and can be worn on its own or as a layering piece. Also by Courtney Kelley, St. Brendan is a stunning collision of knitting traditions. This pullover features bold Icelandic patterns, yet it knit out of uniquely-Irish yarn. The color possibilities for this sweater are truly endless.
Lacroagh by Kate Gagnon Osborn is a fantastic textured beanie knit out of just one skein. Whether you knit a bunch for gifts or one in each color for yourself, it’s a great hat for any wardrobe or occasion. Courtney Kelley’s The Rosses is a lovely cabled beanie that is again a fun one skein project. It features traditional Aran stitch patterns, including the trinity stitch and a simple cable. Swilly by Meghan Kelly is a delightful reversible cabled scarf reminiscent of a flowing river. Available in two sizes, this is perfect for wrapping up in on a chilly winter day.