Shibui's Latest Free with Yarn Purchase Sometimes a simple scarf makes the perfect statement on an understated top or tank. Shibui's Flume knits as a single strand of Twig, a great linen/silk/wool blend yarn! Use two colors knit in two pieces and joined with the Kitchener stitch. Not to worry, it's very doable! We'll put up a new video to explain. The pattern does come with a link to the Shibui method. We carry so many colors of twig, you'll have no problem choosing your favorites! You might even consider Reed, (100% linen) a chainette with about 50 more yards. I knit a Church Mouse Yarn and Teas Sweater with it and loved the knit and the wear. If Shibui is not your thing, try any fingering/sport weight yarn. What if you tried two colors of Rowan's Cashmere Haze? Oh my!
Spring Brings Bees and a Honeycomb Cowl! We're happy to bring you this gorgeous crocheted Honeycomb Cowl by the Cookie Snob, Erin Sharp! Dee crocheted our model with Rowan's Moordale (70% wool, 30% alpaca), color 00003, Turmeric: 251 yards. This one skein wonder is sure to be a favorite project. MadelineTosh Farm Twist in Light Across the Grasses (100% Superwash merino; 225 yards) would be a lovely, light color, too. Dee used exactly 250 yards, so you might need 2 hanks and make it longer, then. Jody Long has a tweed, Alba, ( 50% wool, 25% alpaca, 25% viscose; 382 yards) in the perfect color. While thinner at a glance since Moordale has a different twist, the gauge shows the same. Look at color 5, Gorse. I love the specs of other colors for this pattern. Enjoy the project!