I’m off to the big city soon, New York, New York for Vogue Knitting Live! Woo hoo!
It will be so much fun – making new friends and knitting up a storm.
Before I fly the coop I’m leaving you a new pattern for fast, fair isle knitting fun! Flying Geese – inspired by the quilt pattern – turquoise geese fly against a gradient neutral background. Bright and subdued at the same time.
A stellar first stranded colorwork project! Fun for the experienced too!
I used Harrisville Highland a worsted/aran weight yarn I fell in love with all over again last year when I taught my Color Immersion Weekend right there at Harrisville Designs in beautiful Harrisville New Hampshire. Their color range is sensational. If you order full skeins you’ll have enough yarn to make a few cowls. I’d get some of their hot pink or marigold to change it up a little. Of course a single cowl doesn’t require a lot of yarn, so you could easily go stash diving, the gradient needn’t be grey – as always the possibilities are endless!
Find out all the details and yarn amounts here.
10 patterns will fly away for free! Leave a comment from now through Thursday – I’ll be gifting Flying Geese to a random 10 of you who leave a cheery comment and your Ravelry ID! Spread the love, spread the fun!
ps. if you’re not on ravelry…you should be…but you can send me your email when I announce the winners on Friday.
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