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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Eccentric Chevron Wrap

A big box arrived from Prism Yarns yesterday afternoon. It was full of kits for the Eccentric Chevron Wrap.
Designed to dip gracefully in the back, the Prism Eccentric Chevron Wrap sits comfortably on your shoulders. The graphic interest comes from unbalanced, or eccentric chevrons: one leg is much longer than the other, which skews the fabric off-center. By mirroring the stitches at center back, a dip is formed naturally.
The kit comes with all the Merino Mia yarn you'll need to make the wrap (6 - 190-yard skeins in assorted variegated colors), and the Eccentric Chevron Wrap pattern. Prism Merino Mia is absolutely stunning. This machine-washable, hand-dyed yarn is 100% merino superwash, with a gauge of 6 to 6.5 stitches to the inch.

We have a sample of the shawl knit in the store in the Neutral colourway. The yarn feels amazing.

Laura Bryant is the designer of the shawl as well as the dyer of the yarn. Her colour combinations are amazing. You might look at kit and think that one skein doesn't belong but trust Laura. If she put it in the kit then it works.

The kits have been added to the website. I snuck out of work a bit early yesterday to do some computer work. The Camp brochure is finished so a newsletter is going out to past Campers today. Then I started a store newsletter. Plus the website needed some updating. I thought there might have been a nap but that didn't happen. There wasn't any afternoon knitting either.

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