Alternate Pattern Colorways
In these past few months, we have found ourselves spending much more time in our homes, turning to the comfort of knitting. The slowness in each stitch has brought us a little bit of peace in these uncertain times.
Although a few of our key colorways are currently out of stock, we wanted to encourage you to try alternate colorways for some of our most popular patterns! These swatches were custom-made using colors we think look lovely together, though we urge you to play around with your own combinations as well. Keep scrolling for inspiration, and happy knitting!
The Brome Shawl designed by Jen Peck is a classic half-pi shawl knitted using a gorgeous colorwork technique called mosaic knitting. We may be out of stock of Antarctic White and Baikal-Superior Green, but we encourage you to try (clockwise from top left): Chestnut, Negotiation Grey, Kamchatka Seamoss, and Bonnie Blue Gap.
The Gas Station Beanie designed by Grace Rother is worked bottom up in half-brioche stitch - a wonderful introduction to the world of brioche knitting! We may be out of stock of Antarctic White and Father's Grey, but we encourage you to try Mourning Dove (top) with Sheplova Mushroom (bottom).
The Lane Pullover designed by Jennifer Beale is a sweater with a unique construction - worked side to side, and involves steeking AND colorwork! Though we are out of stock of Antarctic White and Father's Grey, we encourage you to try (from left to right, and up): Mourning Dove, Kamchatka Seamoss, Lily Pad, Blue Jay, and Mir-Atlantis Periwinkle, for a gentle springtime palette.
The Paula Tunic designed by Paula Klys is a sleeveless tunic with deep side slits for easy movement - a great beginner's garment. Though we are out of stock of Kalinka Malinka and Siberian Midnight (the two colors the sample was knitted in), we encourage you to try Brownie, Grass Roots, or Kamchatka Seamoss.
The Revala Mitts designed by Melody Fulone are a great way to get started knitting colorwork in the round. Though we are only out of stock of Antarctic White, we encourage you to try an alternate palette! From left to right, then to top: Father's Grey, Negotiation Grey, Evening Marigold, Mir-Atlantis Periwinkle, and Latvian Lavender.