We’re psyched to introduce a brand new offering from Kelbourne Woolens – Perennial! This soft and fuzzy (yet delightfully super wash) yarn knits up at a fingering-light fingering gauge and the generous 497 yard put-up makes it perfect for summer sweater making. It’s a unicorn (as Danielle put it) because it is machine washable, natural fibres and fingering weight yet not hand dyed! woot!
The gorgeous color palette evokes spring inspiration: neon green, bright pink, and warm coral
- 60% merino wool / 25% suri alpaca / 15% nylon
- 28-36 sts per 4 inches on US#1-3 needle
- 497 yards per 100 gram hank
- machine wash cold / dry flat
Iskald by Caitlin Hunter
This super-new release in Boyland Knitworks is the hallmark of ease and wearability-and a perfect canvas to display the Perennial color of your choice. Or opt for a neutral for a spring sweater you can toss over anything!
Secret Paths by Johanna Lindahl
Secret Paths is a beautiful, versatile crocheted triangle shawl perfect for color play. Combine Perennial solids with your favorite multis or speckled stash yarns to create a fun fade or ombre. Or opt for a rainbow or high contrast look to highlight your favorite crisp white shirt.
Fabulosity by Casapinka
Brand new from Casapinka, Fabulosity is another of her delicious, large shawls. From the designer:
there are slipped stitches, “made up” decorative increases, dots, mosaic, a dragon scale stitch and a statement border. All of this gives you nothing short of a statement piece of fabulosity!