New store samples!

Rockin’ Rows by Martina Behm

Our version of Martina Behm’s Rockin’ Rows combines a SweetGeorgia Prismatic Mini Set and Artfil Belle in the White Sands colourway to create a stunning finished object – if we say so ourselves! The colours are so beautiful and perfectly assembled in this kit from SweetGeorgia and soft and springy Belle is always a treat to work with. Chevron stripes and frequent colour changes make this project engaging from beginning to end – no boring middle parts here.

View additional photos and project details on our Ravelry page.
SHOP SweetGeorgia Prismatic Mini Sets.
SHOP Artfil Belle.


Groovy by Annie Baker

We love the Groovy pattern by Annie Baker so much we’ve worked up several versions of it. This time, we knit it in SweetGeorgia’s luxurious CashLuxe Spark, for a decidedly glam evening look. The stellina is subtle, the cashmere is yummy. The shawl is perfection.

View additional photos and project details on our Ravelry page.
SHOP SweetGeorgia CashLuxe Spark.


Cross Hatch Shawl by Benjamin Matthews

The Crosshatch Shawl by Benjamin Matthews is a simple knit but the end result is beautiful and dramatic. The Lang Viva provides gorgeous dynamic colour changes while the Manos del Uruguay Maxima lends beautiful contrast. This is a perfect pattern for beginners ready to work with more than one yarn.

View additional photos and project details on our Ravelry page.
SHOP Lang Yarns Viva Merino.
SHOP Manos del Uruguay Maxima.


Crocheted Baskets by Churchmouse Yarns

These Crocheted Baskets by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas make for a fun, functional, and easy way to learn crochet! Just one ball of Bernat Maker Home Dec yarn makes several baskets of various sizes.

View additional photos and project details on our Ravelry page.
SHOP Bernat Maker Home Dec yarns

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One thought on “New store samples!

  1. vimandvigour says:

    I love how you tied the “Groovy” – I hope so much that you will have a sort of tutorial on how to tie wraps / shawls on one of your podcasts. I’m so clueless when it comes to that! 😉

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