What To Knit?

April 23, 2012 § 1 Comment

We love to see what people are knitting with our yarns, and we were particularly excited about the following…

The Houzuki Hat designed by Yoko Johnston, knit up by Oceansunfish on Ravelry:

© Oceansunfish

It only took her 1.5 hanks of our yummy Satisfaction yarn in persimmon. So pretty and perfect for this time of year! I saw on the news this morning that people are still getting SNOW and it’s almost May!

Check out this Bumble Hat designed by Elizabeth Doherty and knit up by Hellocutie:

© Hellocutie

She also used Satisfaction and felted it up for a different look. We particularly liked this hat because it has bees on it! Super cute!

And finally, we adored Ellasmommy2010’s Abalone cardi designed by Beata Jezek in our luscious Whipped Cream yarn:

© Ellasmommy2010

Oh, that looks so cozy and took only 8 hanks! I may have to knit one of those up for myself!

We have all of our Satisfaction and Whipped Cream colors in stock! We also reknit our popular Au Natural Poncho with Whipped Cream and Satisfaction held double for extra “smooshiness.” That’s right, smooshiness!

We have a new simply Sweet Look Book 2 coming out later this week! We’re so excited to share it with you so stay tuned!

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§ One Response to What To Knit?

  • annie says:

    the pattern on raverly calls for size 8 needle, what size needle did you use for this? and what colors and how many skeins of each..love this been looking for a great poncho pattern 🙂

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