The perfect Summer top! Knit the Yarrow Tunic ...
Featuring Elsebeth Lavold's Hempathy Yarn
The delicate lace pattern on the neck and hem of the Yarrow Tunic was inspired by the yarrow plant, also known as plumajillo (Spanish for 'little feather'). This easy to knit pullover features Hempathy, an airy cotton-hemp blend ... choose from over 20 colors. This top provides full coverage and is easy to wear with your favorite pair of capris or a pretty skirt!
by Amy Loberg
FREE pattern with purchase of Hempathy
With a simple lace pattern, the Yarrow Tunic is an easy knit, with a slightly A-lined top and plenty of flow. It is made of two identical panels that are seamed to create a boat neck. Knit mostly in enjoyable stockinette stitch, the decorative lace sections come in only at the bottom and at the neckline. This tunic is a quick knit and is sure to become one of your favorite warm weather tops!
36” (40”, 44”, 48 ½”, 53”, 56 ½”) at chest
32” (36”, 40”, 44 ½”, 49”, 52 ½”) at chest
6 (7, 8, 9, 9, 10) balls
Shown in Bleached White
875 (960, 1030, 1155, 1283, 1410) yards
US 4 [3.50mm] circular needles
23 sts = 4" in Stockinette stitch
"Hempathy" is a great blend of cotton, hemp and modal. Two different strands plied together give this yarn a slight textured look and the hint of sheen adds a little reflectivity. The softness of cotton, the elasticity of modal, and the drape of hemp combine to make this the perfect yarn for summer sweaters and accessories!
41% Cotton / 34% Hemp / 25% Modal
Yardage / Weight
153 yds in 50g
22 sts over 4" on US 4 [3.50mm]
Machine Wash, Dry Flat
Get your "Soho Slip Stitch Sweater" KAL Supplies
Featuring Tahki's New Nordica Yarn
... 15% Off ... Plus Free Shipping!
Once again, it is our pleasure to work with Patty Lyons on her latest Soho Slip Stitch Sweater KAL! Just like her past KALs, Patty's summer project is more like an online class with how-to's and videos for the price of a pattern!
No mystery here ... we have posted a ton of pictures of this amazing sweater below!
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Use code JULY3KAL at checkout
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The KAL starts on July 3rd and runs through September 10th
You will need a supply of the new Tahki Nordica yarn. Tahki's “Nordica” is a beautiful 100% extra fine merino wool, bonus ... it's an easy care superwash!
It has great stitch definition and comes in a versatile DK weight. Check the sizing below for the number of balls you will need ... don't forget the needles and notions!
Registration is easy, simply purchase the pattern along with your yarn! You will be automatically registered for the KAL ... just remember to add the pattern to your Ravelry Library during the download process!
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Join the KAL anytime ... the KAL info will stay live on Patty's Ravelry Group forever,
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Soho Slip Stitch Sweater
Shown in size 34½" chest with 2" of ease over high chest
Nordica - color: Teal (#2736) and White (#51) (Teal pictures coming soon!)
Soho Slip Stitch Sweater KAL Materials
Women's Sizes: S (M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL)
Chest: 34 1/2 (38 ½, 43, 45 ½, 49 ½, 54, 56 ½)"
Chest: 87.5 (98, 109, 115.50, 125.50, 137, 143.50) cm
Front Length: 23 ½ (24 ¾, 25 ¾, 26 ½, 27½, 28, 28 ½)"
Front Length: 60 (63, 65, 67, 70, 71, 72) cm
Measured from top of shoulder to hem after pieces are seamed.
Nordica Color A - 7 (8, 10, 10, 11, 12, 12) balls
Nordica Color B - 3 (3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4) balls
|Buttons||1 (5/8 inch) button
We recommend waiting until after you finish your sweater to find and purchase the perfect button.
Tahki Stacy Charles Nordica
|Fiber Content||100% Virgin Extrafine Superwash Merino Wool|
|Yardage / Weight||137 yds in 50 grams|
|Gauge||22 sts over 4″ on US 6 [4.00mm] to US 7 [4.500mm]|
|Care Instructions||Machine Wash - Cold, Dry Flat|
Need an extra ball? ... you will need some yarn to swatch ... maybe you are just a “tight” knitter? Running out of yarn can be a real pain. Getting more yarn, in your color, with the same dyelot can be impossible! Purchase an “insurance” ball. We're glad to accept returns on full, unused balls of yarn!
Knit Holland's colorful flower fields with our "Tulip Field" Socks ...
Featuring HiKoo's CoBaSi yarn ... 20% Off!
The inspiration for the "Tulip Field" Socks came from the millions of flowers that transform the fields throughout the Netherlands into bright swatches of color every spring!
Imported from the Ottoman Empire, tulips came to Holland in the 16th century, eventually becoming so popular they created the first economic bubble known as "Tulip Mania". Flowers have been have been a vital part of the country's economy ever since. In fact, the flower business in the Netherlands make up about two-thirds of the total flower sales in the world ... that's a lot of daffodils, hyacinths, crocuses and tulips!
With a unique construction and lots of bold color, our "Tulip Field" Socks are the perfect tribute to Holland's beautiful fields of flowers. Show off your colors ... wear them this summer with a pair of sandals!
Bonus: Get the pattern FREE with purchase of HiKoo's CoBaSi Yarn!
Thank you to Pamela M. for her lovely sock idea of spring tulip fields in Amsterdam!
Tulip Field Socks
by Amy Loberg
Pattern FREE with purchase
To create the vertical stripes of color in these socks, Amy reached deep into her bag of sock-knitting tricks! They are knit side to side, starting with the sole and back of the leg. In this section, two colors are knit side by side in each row with an intarsia join. (If you need a visual, check out Tin Can Knits fantastic intarsia color joining tutorial). The toe and heel shaping are achieved with increases, decreases and short rows.
Once the sole and back of the leg are complete, the rows for the top of the foot and front of the leg are knit with only one color at a time. The cast on stitches are grafted to the last row of worked stitches and then the toe is seamed. Lastly, stitches are picked up for the cuff.
It may seem complicated, but if you take it step by step you will end up with a terrific looking pair of socks that show off your mad sock-knitting skills!
7" (8", 9") approx. foot circumference, unstretched
7.75" (9", 10.5") approx. foot length, slightly stretched
5 skeins of HiKoo CoBaSi (each a different color)
Shown in Blarney, VavavVoom Red, Posey Petals, Buttercream and Cotton Candy
Approximately 220 yards color A, 110 yards color B and 100 yards of colors C, D and E
2 x 24" US 2 [2.75mm] circular needles OR size needed to obtain gauge
28 sts = 4" in Stockinette
US C [3.00mm] crochet hook for provisional cast on
2 stitch markers, scrap yarn for provisional cast on
Cotton, Bamboo, and Silk give CoBaSi its name, but it’s the 21% Elastic Nylon that gives this wool-free sock yarn the kind of stretch and bounce that makes CoBaSi a great choice for socks ... for even the most die-hard fans of wool. It’s light-weight, cool, durable, and soft. Plus it stays up your leg instead of bunching around your ankles. All that at a price that’s hard to beat!
|Fiber Content||55% Cotton, 16% Bamboo, 8% Silk, 21% Elastic Nylon|
|Yardage / Weight||220 yds in 50g|
|Gauge||26 – 32 sts over 4" on US 1– 4 [2.25 – 3.50mm]|
|Care Instructions||Machine Wash Gentle & Cold, Dry Flat|