We are so pleased to bring you Elemental Sport, a soft (21-micron!), swoonworthy 3-ply beauty that is sourced in Campbell County, Wyoming; spun in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, and dyed in Pinconning, Michigan. North Bay Fiber, a family business based in Pinconning, is the brainchild of Jill Zielinskii (aka Knitterella), who translated her long experience designing and working in the fiber industry into a line of truly unique yarns that will transform your crafting.
If you've never tried Cormo, this yarn will make you a believer: it's a lustrous, springy fiber that works up with exceptional stitch definition and next-to-skin softness. Elemental Sport, with a fine twist that reduces pilling, is dyed in deep, vibrant hues that will make your work a pleasure. Make long-lasting garments and accessories where your knitting or crocheting will shine!
US 4-6/E-G (3.50-4.00 mm) • 5.75-6.5 stitches/inch • 325 yards
100 percent Cormo wool
A few Spun pattern suggestions for Elemental Sport:
Shop North Bay Fiber Elemental Sport here.
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SPUN PROJECT OF THE WEEK
On the Spice Market
Designed by Melanie Berg and knit by Silvia in Coopknits Socks Yeah!
Melanie Berg’s On the Spice Market is a perfect project to play with color! With a main color and six contrast colors, this inventive, generous, asymmetrical shawl uses stripes, slip stitches, and short rows to make the knitting process fly. The glorious colors of Socks Yeah! Fingering (75% superwash Merino, 25% nylon) complement each other beautifully, while the fiber content provides excellent softness and drape.
Shop On the Spice Market Kits here
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Maize & Blue Minis
from Knitterly Things
Pair these cuties with our Spun-exclusive Hail to the Victors colorway (which is back in stock!) on Vesper Sock, so that your feet can match your UM-loving heart. You're welcome!
US 1-3/B-D (2.25-3.25 mm) • 7-8 stitches/inch Fingering • 80 yards
80 percent superwash Merino, 20 percent nylon
Shop Maize & Blue Minis here.
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