April 18, 2014

Interpretations Spotlight: Sweet Cables

This darling short sleeves pullover has become a customer and staff favorite over the last couple of weeks. Take a peek at “Sweet Cables”, a pattern by Joji Locatelli.


Combining superior comfort with feminine shaping, this pullover features a relaxed cable at the collar and a rounded high-lo hem. Worked from the top down in the most decadent silk/wool yarn, this top will knit up quick and become an immediate favorite in your wardrobe.


To fit chest: 30/32 (34/36, 38/40, 42/44, 46/48, 50/52, 54/56) inches

Materials :
Yarn: 6 (6, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10) skeins of Silky Merino
Needles: US 6 (4 mm) and US 4 (3.5 mm) circular needles.

19 st and 28 rows to 4 inches on US 6 needles in Stockinette stitch, after blocking.

Filed under: beautiful things to make — Admin @ 11:22 am

April 17, 2014

Interpretations Spotlight: Fade

Play with a palette of colors while crafting your own Fade.


This light, airy wrap features delicate eyelet detailing. The fading color way add movement to this elegant and easy to wear piece.


Finished Measurements:
After blocking: 87” wide and 23” deep

Materials :
Yarn: 1550 yards of fingering weight yarn (315 yards of 3 colors and 630 yards of main color, which is the darkest pink in the sample). We recommend Tosh Merino Light, Pebble or Prime Alpaca/Heather Prime Alpaca.
Needles: US #4 (3.5 mm)

Gauge :
22 sts and 32 rows = 4” in Stockinette stitch.

Filed under: beautiful things to make — Admin @ 11:22 am

April 16, 2014

Interpretations Spotlight: See You There

How cozy does this sweater look?  It’s even more magnificent in person.


Subtle, easy to knit cables accentuate the carefully shaped silhoutte. The result is a hoodie that is as cozy and versatile as it is elegant. Worked seamless from the top down, you’ll be able to knit this sweater easily with a minimal amount of finishing.


Sizes :
To fit bust: 28 (30/32, 34/36, 38/40, 42/44, 46/48, 50/52, 54/56)”

Yarn: 935 (1122, 1309, 1309, 1496, 1683, 1683, 1870) yards of worsted weight yarn. We recommend the delicious Pashmina Worsted.
Needles: US 7 (4.5 mm) and US 6 (4 mm) circular needles.
Other: 9 (9, 9, 9, 10, 10, 10, 10) 5/8” 15 mm buttons, cable needle, stitch markers, waste yarn or stitch holders.

Gauge :
17 st and 24 rows to 4 inches on US 7 needles in stockinette stitch, after blocking.

Filed under: beautiful things to make — Admin @ 11:22 am

April 15, 2014

Interpretations Spotlight: Fathom

Need a quick knit? Fathom is a fantastic beanie with the slightest amount of slouch.


We love the dainty cables bordered by the squishy stitch pattern. The combination is both balanced and interesting at the same time.


Finished Measurements:
Finished brim circumference: 19”
Finished body circumference: 20 ¾”

Materials :
Yarn: 225 yards of sportweight yarn. We recommend Tosh Sport or Arroyo. Needles: 16″ circular needles in size US #2.5 (3 mm) and US #4 (3.5 mm)

22 sts and 38 rows = 4” in texture stitch, using larger needles.

Filed under: beautiful things to make — Admin @ 11:20 am

April 14, 2014

Interpretations Spotlight: Laneway

Got a case of the Mondays?  Banish the blues with a pop of hot pink!  This swingy tunic is adorned with a bright pink pocket – such a fun and unexpected way to add color.


You can have a lot of fun picking the colors for your own Laneway.  You’ll want to choose a yarn with a little drape and a whole lot of softness to make this top one you’ll want to live in.  Check out our recommendations below!


XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL)
Finished chest circumference: 30 (34, 38, 42, 46, 50)”. For best results, choose a size with no ease.

Yarn: 1220 (1340, 1480, 1620, 1740, 1860) yards of fingering weight yarn in the main color and 400 yards in stripe color. Pocket will need a small amount (approximately 50 yards) of yarn. We recommend Merino Silk Fine, Staccato or Pashmina (for a slightly denser tunic).
Needles: US 2½ (3 mm) and US 4 (3.5 mm) 32″ long circular needle and double point needles.

Gauge :
24 sts and 32 rows = 4” in Stockinette stitch using larger needle.

Filed under: beautiful things to make — Admin @ 11:08 am

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