Remix Light is sure to become a favorite! It's soft, light, has a slightly tweedy look and is so nice to work with.
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.
Add some color to your winter and let the yarn do the work with the Simple Seamless Cowl!
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!
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!
We just love seeing our buddy Kiran in knits made by mom Jessica! Beautiful work and simply adorable!
Check out Christi in her Jared Flood sweater made using Cascade 220 - gorgeous colorwork!
Cara's wrap made of Inca Cotton is so cuddly beautiful!
Tyler had some fun making his wacky woven scarf!
Bill made beautiful sweaters for his mom and sister Kelly.
Doesn't Megan look fantastic in her gorgeous cashmere scarf?
Check out Katie in her crochet sweater - so cute!
Jean's afghan in Tosh Chunky is so simply gorgeous! Nice work!
Alice will stay nice and toasty this winter in her beautiful Caracol Poncho!
Gay's Architexture is simply stunning and looks great on her!
Monica has been a crochet fiend! Check out her little lovelies made using Uptown Worsted!
Catherine's pups Toby and Buddy are staying nice and warm in their sweaters made using Chunky Merino Superwash! Cute little cuddle bugs!
We love the texture in Sara's hat! She used Woolfolk Far in her own design.
Check out Tabitha sporting her poncho and hat! So lovely!
We love Tom's sparkle hat! A daily dose of sparkle is good!
And we can't forget those of you that brought your WestKnits to the Stephen West book signing! Here are a few pics:
Thank you all so much for sharing your work with us!