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Malabrigo Meet and Greet - Tuesday, Jan 24 at 5pm!

January 17, 2017
Malabrigo has been a staff and store favorite for years! Now is your chance to find out all you ever wanted to  know about the yarn and this family owned company. 
Malabrigo
Stop by on Tuesday, Jan 24 at 5pm and meet Antonio, one of the two brothers-in-law that founded and owns Malabrigo.  
Antonio will give a brief history of the company, will show some videos about the sheep and will answer any questions you may have. We'll also have a raffle.
He'll love to see what you've made with their yarns so sport your Malabrigo finished pieces! 
This event is free.
Posted by ImagiKnit Corp in Knitterati, Malabrigo, Malabrigo Rasta

Yarn Review: Remix Light

January 17, 2017

Remix Light is sure to become a favorite!  It's soft, light, has a slightly tweedy look and is so nice to work with. 

Remix Light

The above swatch was made using size US 5 needles. The yarn glides off metal needles yet is not slippery. Unlike many cotton yarns, Remix Light is not hard on the hands. The fabric produced is next-to-skin soft and has a great drape due to the linen and silk. Remix Light will be a go-to yarn for warm weather garments and accessories. 

Posted by ImagiKnit Corp in Berocco, Diane's Corner, Yarn Review

Free Pattern Friday: Simple Seamless Cowl

January 13, 2017

Add some color to your winter and let the yarn do the work with the Simple Seamless Cowl!

The Simple Seamless Cowl uses 4 balls of Knit Col, a fun, 100% merino self-patterning yarn.

The Simple Seamless Cowl begins with a provisional cast-on and is knit in the round to form a tube.  The beginning and end are then joined together via Kitchner stitch. Colorwork without the work! 

Simple Seamless Cowl

Click here for the pattern.  Click here for the yarn. 

Happy Knitting!

Posted by ImagiKnit Corp in beautiful things to make, Free Pattern Friday

Customer Creations!

January 10, 2017

It's time for our favorite post - Customer Creations!

We love Lawrence's amazing Tea with Jam and Bread Sweater made using Tosh Chunky - great color choices and love the thumbholes!

customer creations

We just love seeing our buddy Kiran in knits made by mom Jessica! Beautiful work and simply adorable!

customer creations

Check out Christi in her Jared Flood sweater made using Cascade 220 - gorgeous colorwork!

customer creations 

Cara's wrap made of Inca Cotton is so cuddly beautiful!

customer creations

 Tyler had some fun making his wacky woven scarf!

customer creations

Bill made beautiful sweaters for his mom and sister Kelly. 

customer creations

Doesn't Megan look fantastic in her gorgeous cashmere scarf? 

customer creations

Check out Katie in her crochet sweater - so cute! 

customer creations

Jean's afghan in Tosh Chunky is so simply gorgeous! Nice work! 

customer creations

 Alice will stay nice and toasty this winter in her beautiful Caracol Poncho! 

customer creations

Gay's Architexture is simply stunning and looks great on her!

customer creations

Monica has been a crochet fiend!  Check out her little lovelies made using Uptown Worsted!

customer creations

Catherine's pups Toby and Buddy are staying nice and warm in their sweaters made using Chunky Merino Superwash!  Cute little cuddle bugs!

Customer Creations

We love the texture in Sara's hat!  She used Woolfolk Far in her own design.

customer creations

Check out Tabitha sporting her poncho and hat!  So lovely!

Customer Creations

We love Tom's sparkle hat!  A daily dose of sparkle is good!

customer creations

And we can't forget those of you that brought your WestKnits to the Stephen West book signing! Here are a few pics:

customer creations

Thank you all so much for sharing your work with us!  

Posted by ImagiKnit Corp in beautiful things to make, Customer Creations

Yarn Review: Wild

January 07, 2017

Have fun with Wild

Yarn Review Wild

Wild is soft, light and lofty. The above swatch was made using size US 11 needles. Wild is slippery so bamboo/wood  needles are recommended. Note that Wild is difficult to rip back due to the 'fur'.  Use it alone or strand Wild with another yarn to create a unique look.  

Posted by ImagiKnit Corp in Diane's Corner, novelty yarn, Yarn Review

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