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Lineation Shawl in Rowan’s Summerlite 4ply

Knit the colorful, modern "Lineation Shawl"
Featuring Rowan's Summerlite 4ply yarn ...
20% off during April!

The asymmetrical Lineation Shawl is knit in three colors of Rowan's soft 100% cotton Summerlite 4ply yarn ... perfect for a wool-free, spring-summer accessory. The colorful stripes will add a modern flair to a dress or your favorite pair of jeans ... this is a quick and easy knit, and it's machine washable!

Bonus: Get the pattern FREE with purchase of Summerlite 4ply yarn ... 20% off in April!​


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by Amy Loberg

Pattern FREE with purchase of Summerlite 4ply

Easy garter stitch, clean color changes and simple increases are all you need to make this striking triangular shawl. Slipped stitches at beginning of each row create smooth, neat edges. Start with a small number of stitches and build up layer upon layer of squishy garter stitch lines. The color changes will keep you wanting to move onto the next row ... before you know it you'll have a new shawl to wrap around your shoulders anytime you need a little extra warmth!

Finished Size 15" x 68"
Materials 4 balls of Rowan Summerlite 4 ply
Shown in Washed Linen, Still Grey and High Tide
Yardage 382 yards color A (2 balls), 191 yards color B (1 ball), and 191 yards color C (1 ball)
32" Size US 4 [3.50mm] circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge 24 sts = 4″ in Garter stitch
Skill Level Easy

"Lineation Shawl"   |   Rowan Summerlite 4ply   |   Shown in Washed Linen, Still Grey and High Tide

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Summerlite 4ply

Rowan's “Summerlite 4ply” is a wonderfully soft 100% cotton yarn. It comes in splendid colors and works well for summertime tops and cardigans. And since it is machine washable, this yarn is also great option for cozy children's garments or toys!

We love the mix of colors that Amy chose ... but if grey and blue aren't your thing, we've put together four other terrific color suggestions (below). Or, feel free to choose your own colorway from over 15 colors in stock ... give us a call if we can help with your color selections!

Fiber Content 100% Cotton
Yardage / Weight 191 yards in 50g
Gauge 28 sts over 4″ on US 2-3 [2.75mm - 3.25mm]
Care Instructions Machine Wash, Warm, Dry Flat

Rippled Evolution Scarf in Transitions Yarn

Get your gradient on with the Rippled Evolution Scarf ...
Featuring Transitions yarn ... Free pattern with Purchase!

Trendsetter's gradient Transitions Yarn works up beautifully in the Rippled Evolution Scarf ... a variation on the traditional ripple stitch pattern. The simplicity and ease of this scarf pattern makes this the perfect project for traveling or "knitflixing" (knitting while watching Netflix). It also comes in a super handy box ... perfect for giving to your favorite knitter!

Bonus: get the pattern FREE with purchase of Transitions Yarn for a limited time!

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Rippled Evolution Scarf

by Amy Loberg

Pattern FREE with purchase of Transitions Yarn

Knit with a simple two row repeat, the fabric subtly moves from one color to the next with a three color transitions. The result is a buttery soft, two-sided scarf with lovely drape and flow. Wear it with your favorite dress for a delicate accent, or with a jacket for light-weight warmth. It's a delight to wear or to give!

Finished Size 8" wide x 74" long
Materials 1 × Trendsetter Yarns Transitions
Shown in Purple / Avocado / Cream
Size US 5 [3.75mm] needles or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge 30 sts = 4″ in pattern
Care Instructions Hand Wash, Dry Flat
Skill Level Easy

"Rippled Evolution Scarf"   |   Trendsetter Yarns Transitions

Shown in Purple / Avocado / Cream

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Trendsetter Yarns Transitions

This beautiful gradient cotton blend that is ready for knitting right out of the box! Fantastic colors transition seamlessly in one pre-wound ball of yarn, and it's packaged up in a practical, neat box that has a hole to securely feed your yarn while knitting. Transitions yarns are beautiful, fun, and ready for your needles!​

Fiber Content 52% Cotton / 48% Acrylic
Yardage / Weight 660 yds in 150g
Gauge 22 sts over 4″ on US 7 [4.50mm]
Care Instructions Hand Wash, Dry Flat

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Bonus: Free Pattern from Trendsetter Yarns

Transitions Boxed Rib T Scarf

designed for Trendsetter Yarns

Pattern FREE with purchase of 
Transitions Yarn

The simple but lovely Transitions Boxed Rib T Scarf pattern is also included FREE in the box as a printed pattern!

Finished Size 54" wide x 21" tall
Materials 1 × Trendsetter Yarns Transitions
Shown in Black / Fuchsia / Taupe
Size US 5 [3.75mm] circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge 26 sts = 4″ in pattern
Care Instructions Hand Wash, Dry Flat
Skill Level Easy

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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

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