The honey cowl, a hypnotically beautiful infinity scarf made from Tosh DK, or Tosh Merino, proves year after year to be a crowd-pleasing pattern. Using one to two skeins for a single or double wrap cowl, this accessory sits pretty against your neck in any of the expansive Madeline Tosh colorways. Stop by the shop to see any of our many honey cowls in person.
April 21, 2013
Bandwidth, designed by Stephen West, is a great opportunity to combine bright colors and neutrals. The hat uses one ball each of two colors of Tosh Vintage. This would also be great in Pashmina Worsted.
Consider Torchere as your contrast color (the band)
and Whiskers as your main color (the body)
Or maybe Spectrum
Want a quick little knit for MadMay? Consider Dandelion Air: a lightweight, wispy shawl using a little less than one skein of Tosh Merino Light or Tosh Sock. The sample features Tosh Merino Light in Candlewick. We’re giving away this pattern for free with the yarn to make it – one skein of Tosh Merino Light or Tosh Sock. Interested in the pattern? Please mention that you’d like the pattern “Dandelion Air” in the special instructions section at check-out and we’ll send it right over.
Worked up in Pashmina, this 3-4 skein top is drapey, soft, silky, and vibrant. Consider the color “Vermillion” to whip up a sweater like the one in the photos, or pick your own warm-weather hue from any of the brilliant Pashmina colorways.
The pattern for the Eclipse Top is available in the Summer 2013 issue of Knit Scene.
April 17, 2013
Here is the lovely Carol modeling her crocheted ruffling scarf out of Madelinetosh Pashmina if Forestry. Carol chose a soft, drapey yarn making her scarf flouncey and flowy. Carol’s a knitter as well and learned the skills for this project through our Crochet 101 class.
The pattern, Spring Frills, is available for free online.