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Power Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

Knit or Crochet Shawls featuring HiKoo Rylie - 20% Off ...
Choose Power Pink to donate to Breast Cancer through the end of May!

Knit the Rose Wedge shawl or crochet the Byzantine ... either of these stunning shawls will turn heads ... and the e-pattern is FREE with purchase of HiKoo's Rylie yarn. In honor of Mother’s Day, we are featuring the hand-dyed Power Pink colorway with a donation to Breast Cancer Research through the end of May!

For every skein of HiKoo Rylie yarn sold in the Power Pink colorway, FiberWild will donate $5.00 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Each project takes 3 skeins, so that’s a $15 donation per project.

"Rose Wedge Shawl" and "Byzantine Shawl"   |   Shown in Rylie - "Power Pink"

FiberWild Cares

We have all been touched by someone who has been affected by breast cancer.  So, for every skein of HiKoo's Rylie yarn in the Power Pink colorway, FiberWild will donate $5.00 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through the end of May!

The mission of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) is to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing the world's most promising research.  BCRF is the highest rated breast cancer organization in the U.S. with 91% of all donations going to research and awareness programs.

With your help, we were able to donate $210 to the BCRF on Mother's Day. The donation was matched dollar for dollar bringing the total donation amount to $420! Thanks to all who helped us donate.

Breast Cancer Research Foundation

For every skein of
Rylie in Power Pink
sold we will donate $5.00
to the
Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Donate Directly 

Power Pink Giveaway Winners

FiberWild Power Pink Giveaway

Knit or Crochet? ... You Choose!

When we shared our plan with our friends at Skacel, their response was amazing! To make things even more interesting Skacel sponsored our Ultimate addi Giveaway. Thanks so much for the amazing prizes!

The Drawing: Scout picked winners at random on May 16th. See the lucky winners below. Thanks to everyone for entering and helping us donate to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation!

Ultimate Knit Addi Click Set

Rylie Power Pink Knitting Prize

The Prize: addi Rocket Click Set,
addi HeartStoppers, and an addiClick
Crochet pack ... a $268 value!

Our lucky Knit winner: Susan B.

Ultimate Addi Crochet Set

Rylie Power Pink Crochet Prize

The Prize: addi Swing Hook
Standard Set (A through L)
... a $270 value!

Our lucky crochet winner: Judith L. 

Sponsored by Skacel Collection, Inc.

Knit the Rose Wedge Shawl

Rose Wedge Shawl

by Amy Loberg

Pattern FREE with purchase
of Rylie

A beautiful lace pattern triangle sits atop a solid garter stitch wedge to create this slightly asymmetrical shawl. The wedge is knit first, then short rows are worked to create the lace triangle. The Rose Wedge Shawl is large enough to wear wrapped, drapey enough to lie beautifully around your neck, and soft enough that you will wear it all year long!

Finished Size 88" x 24", blocked
Yardage 750 yards (3 skeins)
Materials 3 × HiKoo's Rylie
Shown in Power Pink
Needles
US 5 32" or longer Circulars or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge 21 sts = 4″ in garter stitch
Notions Stitch Marker
Skill Level Intermediate

Crochet the Byzantine Shawl

Byzantine Shawl

by Amy Loberg

Pattern FREE with purchase
of Rylie

Looking for a simple, toss-on accessory to keep warm? Check out this elegant shawl! The relatively simple but well designed shawl looks both stunning and timeless but is not hard to crochet. With a gentle crescent-shape, a lovely half circle stitch pattern and a beautiful openwork edging inspired by Byzantine architecture ... this shawl is a joy to wear!

Finished Size 60" x 22", blocked
Yardage 775 yards
Materials 3 × HiKoo's Rylie
Shown in Power Pink
Hooks
US g [4.00mm] Circulars or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge 18 sts = 4″ in pattern stitch
Notions Removable Stitch Marker
Skill Level Intermediate

Yarn

HiKoo's “Rylie” is a unique, luxurious natural blend yarn. Linen adds a rustic look to Rylie, baby alpaca adds softness and the mulberry silk adds drape and a hint of sheen. Great for any season, this sport weight yarn would make a soft cozy shawl or fun unique top.

Fiber Content 50% Baby Alpaca / 25% Mulberry Silk / 25% Linen
Yardage / Weight 274 yds in 100g
Gauge 24 sts over 4″ on US 3 - 4 [3.25 - 3.50mm]
Care Instructions Hand Wash Cold, Dry Flat

Shop Power Pink

More Projects on Ravelry

Rose Wedge Shawl in HiKoo’s Rylie

Knit the stylish Rose Wedge Shawl featuring HiKoo's Rylie ...
The pattern is free with purchase!

The "Rose Wedge Shawl" is a wonderfully simple shawl with just enough lace patterning to keep the knitting interesting! Knit with HiKoo's Rylie yarn ... a fabulous, soft blend of alpaca, silk and linen ... this is the accessory you'll reach for anytime of the year. You can choose among several soft subtle shades of the Rylie or one of any bold brighter colors that make a statement ... like the Power Pink colorway Amy chose!

Bonus: The pattern is FREE with purchase of Rylie Yarn!​

FiberWild Exclusive

Rose Wedge Shawl

by Amy Loberg

Pattern FREE with purchase
of Rylie

A beautiful lace pattern triangle sits atop a solid garter stitch wedge to create this slightly asymmetrical shawl. The wedge is knit first, then short rows are worked to create the lace triangle. The Rose Wedge Shawl is large enough to wear wrapped, drapey enough to lie beautifully around your neck, and soft enough that you will wear it all year long!

Finished Size 88" x 24", blocked
Materials 3 × HiKoo's Rylie
Shown in Power Pink
Needles
US 5 32" or longer Circulars or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge 21 sts = 4″ in garter stitch
Notions Stitch Marker
Skill Level Intermediate

"Rose Wedge Shawl"   |   Shown in Rylie - "Power Pink"

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Yarn

HiKoo's Rylie

HiKoo's “Rylie” is a unique, luxurious natural blend yarn. Linen adds a rustic look to Rylie, baby alpaca adds softness and the mulberry silk adds drape and a hint of sheen. Great for any season, this sport weight yarn would make a soft cozy shawl or fun unique top.

Fiber Content 50% Baby Alpaca / 25% Mulberry Silk / 25% Linen
Yardage / Weight 274 yds in 100g
Gauge 24 sts over 4″ on US 3 - 4 [3.25 - 3.50mm]
Care Instructions Hand Wash Cold, Dry Flat

Shop Rylie

Flax Hand Towel – A Favorite for Centuries

If you’re looking for a small project for on-the-go summer knitting and want something both practical and beautiful, this great two-skein heirloom Flax Hand Towel is just what you’re after!

Flax Hand Towel

Brides, mothers, mothers-in-law, new babies, anyone moving into a new home, holiday gifts (knit now to reduce your holiday stress this year!), anyone with a birthday, or yourself . . . .  Who can’t use a hand towel?  

This easy-to-knit lace-edged hand towel is an ideal project both for portability and for easy gifts. With a simple lace edging, the hand towel is also a quick and easy way to learn lace knitting.

And if you’re worried about a delicate hand-knit piece getting used, don’t.  Knit in Euroflax Sport 100% linen yarn, the finished towels are also extremely durable. Toss it in the washer and dryer to clean, and it just gets softer and softer with use.

Detail of Flax Hand Towel

Bonus: Receive the pattern FREE with the purchase of Euroflax Sport!

Euroflax Sport is 100% wet spun linen, and is the industry standard for all-natural linen, for good reason.  Wash it.  Use it. Wash it again.  It only gets softer and more luscious.  Euroflax is the real deal.  Expect drape, durability, wonderful natural sheen, and a beautiful palette of 14 gorgeous colors.

Tarkhan Dress, c 2800 BC

Flax has been a favorite fiber for centuries, and it was so highly prized by the Ancient Egyptians that linen was used as currency.  Expect your Euroflax Sport linen projects to be around and looking good for a long, long time. Your linen hand towel may not last as long as the Tarkhan Dress (left) – but it might!  Worn around 2800 BC, the Tarkhan Dress was excavated from a 1st Dynasty Egyptian tomb in 1913 but was categorized as a pile of linen until it was “rediscovered” in 1977 when the pile was cleaned.  This is not as surprising as it may seem, as the early archaeologists were men who were generally not interested in textiles, and it wasn’t until women started entering the field of archaeology that ancient textiles started to become appreciated.  The Tarkhan Dress is part of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology at the University College London.

Happy Knitting . . . . Amy