New yarn from Woolfolk!
Tåge (pronounced “tu” and meaning “fog”) is perfect for seemingly subtle knits with quiet impact. Tåge’s unique chainette construction keeps fabric light and open, but the spine of Woolfolk’s trademark cashmere-soft Ultimate Merino™ lends enough body to support surprising, classic silhouettes. Pattern support, as usual, is unparalleled: clean, refined designs that fit neatly into the modern wardrobe.
Shop Tage here.
Three new projects, featuring Woolfolk Fleck, Harrisville Nightshades, and Kelbourne Camper!
designed by Josée Paquin and knit by Carol in Woolfolk Fleck
Josée Paquin’s Trompet pullover is worked in the round from the top down with a folded collar and simple cables along the raglans. The deep yoke, oversized sleeves, and generous ease define the relaxed silhouette, while Woolfolk Fleck’s (90% Ovis Ultimate Merino™, 10% Donegal wool) tweedy signature softness provides a touch of luxury.
Shop Trompet kits here.
designed by Rosa Pomar and knit by Annri in Harrisville Nightshades
Rosa Pomar’s Arbusto is a pullover with playful elegance. The all-over bobbles on a field of reverse stockinette are made subtle in Harrisville Nightshades (80% US Cormo, 20% US wool), a yarn that takes saturated black skeins and dusts them with hints of color.
Shop Arbusto kits here.
designed by Denise Bayron and knit by Cleo in Kelbourne Woolens Camper
Denise Bayron’s Moving Forward is a generous wrap shaped like a large arrow. Bayron’s design is thoughtful in both process and product; she says, “I hope as you work through this design you may also find a sense of balance that will help you to move forward in your own endeavors.” The alternating panels of lace and garter stitch with a center double decrease create a chevron shape and a pleasingly symmetrical design. The wrap is knit in Kelbourne Woolens’ Camper, a soft springy yarn with a gorgeous array of heathered colors.
Shop Moving Forward kits here.