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Staff Creations: Allison's Yak Cowl

July 05, 2013

Captivated by the smooth feel of the yarn and its charming color palette, Allison whipped up Rivoletto, a deceptively easy lacy cowl.

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The pattern, written by Reywa Fibers, is available for free with the purchase of Embrace (in case you missed it, make sure to read our review of Embrace here).  If you’re shopping with us online, please mention you’d like the pattern for “Rivoletto” when you purchase Embrace.  The cowl uses just one skein on 16 inch number 7 circular needles.

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Posted by ImagiKnit Corp in Staff Creations

New from Reywa Fibers: Embrace

July 03, 2013

Reywa means hope in Tibetan, and by purchasing from Reywa Fibers, hope is what you’re providing — profits from Reywa go towards tuition assistance and coverage of living expenses for impoverished children in Tibet.  If that weren’t enough, Reywa takes part in grassland restoration projects, helping to improve the grazing lands of the yaks.  Embrace features an unbelievable, cashmere-like softness.  This yarn has quickly become a favorite among ImagiKnit staff, and we’re confident you will love it as much as we do.

 

Embrace

100% Yak Down

200 yards

6 stitches = 1 inch

Hand Wash, lay flat

Posted by ImagiKnit Corp in Shop News

Caitlin ffrench visits ImagiKnit

June 27, 2013

We were so excited to have designer, spinner, knitter, crocheter, blogger, and all around fiber artist Caitlin ffrench stop by the shop all the way from Canada.  Here she is holding the much-loved Malabrigo Chunky in Frank Ochre.

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 Her designs are chic and sweet (and most of them are free!) so there’s no reason not to make them.  Visit her on Ravelry or check out her blog to learn more about the very charming Caitlin ffrench.

Posted by ImagiKnit Corp in Shop News