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Amy’s Designs in Mountain Colors Yarn!

Patty's Fall Knitting Challenge Information

Celebrating 25 Years of Mountain Color Yarns ...
Revisit a favorite project or discover a design you missed!

For the last 25 years, the creative team at Mountain Colors Yarn has brought us beautiful fiber in colors inspired by the Rocky Mountain West! Diana and Leslie each have a unique color sense.  By combining their individual aesthetics they are continually introducing amazing new colorways that sparks creativity in both knitters and crocheters.

We are proud to have supported Mountain Colors in our LYS since we opened in Galena, Illinois in May of 2004. Watching them add to their color and yarn lines has been a continual source of inspiration for many of Amy's designs.

Creating new colors are another way we've enjoyed working with Mountain Colors over the years. To date we offer 15 FiberWild custom colors in 10 yarns, most of which have patterns Amy specifically designed to show off their gorgeous hues! Below is a sampling of Amy's "best of" designs worked in Mountain Colors yarns. We hope you will revisit a favorite project or discover a design or color you missed!

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Happy 25th Anniversary
to Diane, Leslie and the entire team at
Mountain Colors Yarn!

"Best of" Amy's designs in Mountain Colors

Projects in Tahki Navajo Yarn … Patterns are Free!

Fall projects in Tahki's popular Navajo self-striping yarn ...
Choose from 7 Free Patterns with Purchase!

Last year, Tahki introduced Navajo, a soft self striping aran weight yarn ... and it was an instant hit!  Now that fall is here, you might be ... dare I say it, thinking of cold weather wear for you ... or a favorite family member?

The girls pullover is very cute, the knit or crochet shawls are right in fashion, and the accessories are quick 1-2 ball knits ... take a look ...! Bonus: Choose from 7 ePatterns, Free with purchase of Navajo yarn!​

Girl's Sunset Pullover

by Irina Poludnenko

This adorable, multi-color striped pullover uses 2 colors of the Navajo self striping yarn.  A unique "Dash Stitch" pattern adds fun detail and is worked using a simple slipped stitch technique.  The pattern is sized from a child's 4 to a child's 10.  The sweater is worked flat with inset sleeves ... then it's stitched together ... Easy!

Finished Size Chest: 26 (28½, 31, 33½, 36)”
Length: 14½ (16, 17½, 19, 20½)”
Materials 2 (2, 3, 3, 4) x Tahki Navajo
in color color #06 Sunset (A)
2 (2, 3, 3, 4) x Tahki Navajo
in color color #04 Midnight Sky (B)
Needles
Size US 7 [4.50mm] knitting needles and 16″ Size US 7 [4.50mm] circular needles for neckband or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge 19 sts and 28 rows = 4″ [10 cm] in Stockinette stitch
Notions yarn needle, stitch markers
Skill Level Easy

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Yarn

Tahki Navajo

Navajo is soft, self-striping aran-weight yarn that comes in eight different colorways, so there is something for everyone. Because Navajo is not a plied yarn, the acrylic adds durability as well as stability to the wool. This yarn is somewhat lofty, you can expect it to be warm, light-weight and soft to the touch. You also get more yardage compared to plied yarns of the same gauge.

Fiber Content 53% Wool / 47% Acrylic
Yardage / Weight 190 yds in 50g.
Gauge 17 sts × 24 rows over 4″ on US 7 [4.50mm]
Care Instructions Hand Wash, Dry Flat

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Shawls

Simple Knit Shawl

by Teresa Chorzepa

This simple shawl features eyelet rows and an elegant picot bind-off.

Finished Size One Size
Width: 58" at widest point
Height: 24" at center back
Materials 2 × Navajo
Shown in Birchbark color #01
Needles
40″ Size US 7 [4.50mm] circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge 13 sts and 22 rows = 4″ in pattern
Skill Level Easy

Simple Crochet Shawl

by Teresa Chorzepa

This crocheted shawl exudes a retro inspiration!​

Finished Size One Size
Width: 56" at widest point
Height: 24" at center back
Materials 3 × Navajo
Shown in Horizons color #03
Hook
Size US G [4.00mm] crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge 15 dc and 8 rows = 4″ in pattern
Skill Level Easy

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More Projects

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Patty Lyons’ Fall Knitting Challenge

Patty's Fall Knitting Challenge Information

Start your project and post your pictures to

win prizes ... how many can you knit? ...

Knit any of Patty's designs ... there are lots of scarves, cowls, pullovers, and cardigans along with some terrific hats and mitts ... and all of Patty's Patterns are specially priced for a Penny with purchase of the yarn.  Yep, 1 single cent.  Get the pattern, yarn and any needles you may need all from FiberWild.com ... and you can add your PDF to your Ravelry Library when you download your pattern!  Checkout the pattern pages for the project details, we have lots of the yarn in stock and have offered suggestions on some yarn substitutions (see below).

The Challenge?  Basically, start any of Patty's designs, create a Ravelry Project Page, tag the project with PattyLyonsFallKC16 and post your Work-in-Progress pictures along the way.  You must post your WIP pictures on both your project page and in her Ravelry thread.

Knit one project or start as many projects as you like ... post your WIP project pictures and you are entered to win Weekly and three Grand Prizes! How many projects can you knit .. or just start!?

If you would like to share on other social media sites, use the #PattyKC tag! Oh, one last thing ... watch for Patty's next Knit-Along starting in February!

FALL CHALLENGE PRIZES

Weekly Prizes

Three Grand Prizes

PULLOVERS AND CARDIGANS

SCARVES AND COWLS

GLOVES AND HATS

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