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Saturday, September 19, 2020

Fleece

I was able to knit this afternoon. Here is the first sleeve of my Spark. The colours are very fall like. Totally different that I would normally choose but change is good!
It’s time to think about fall garments.

This sleeveless jacket pattern is from Rowan Mode Collection 3. It is knit in Brushed Fleece.

There are 5 sizes available.
Finished Bust 44.25”, 47.75” and 51.5” all take 8 balls
Finished Bust 56.25” takes 9 balls
Finished Bust 60” takes 10 balls.

This wrap designed by Martin Storey takes 6 balls of Brushed Fleece. This pattern is also in Mode Collection 3.


A perfect choice for warming winter knits, Brushed Fleece has a gentle halo and soft marl colour effect that combines beautifully with its palette of soft neutrals and richer shades. Due to its chunky finish Brushed Fleece is quick to knit, but it's very much a lightweight yarn that's easy to wear and super cosy thanks to its blend of alpaca, wool and polyamide.
We are well stocked in Brushed Fleece. If we don’t have enough for a project you want to make, send me an email. We can have the yarn in just over a week.

Latte was a very popular project last fall. There are three sizes available
Finished Bust 45.75” - 7 balls
Finished Bust 50” - 7 balls
Finished Bust 54.25” - 8 balls

The pattern is free when you purchase the yarn. Just add a note to your order and we will include the pattern book.

The pattern for this cabled sweater can be purchased on Ravelry.

You can purchase the pattern for this wrap on Ravelry. I think it would make a great throw for your bed as well.
Knit this women’s cabled wrap from the Brushed Fleece brochure designed by Martin Storey using the beautifully soft Brushed Fleece (extra fine merino and baby alpaca). With a stunning cable stitch pattern, this knitting pattern is for the experienced knitter.
Knit this womens cabled cape from the Brushed Fleece brochure designed by Martin Storey using Brushed Fleece (extra fine merino and baby alpaca). With shawl collar and double button front rib edging. This knitting pattern is for the experienced knitter. 
You can purchase the pattern for Brecon on Ravelry. Lynda knit this cape for me and I love it. It’s warm but not heavy.
When I was younger I would knit into the wee hours when I started a new sweater. I can’t do that anymore. It’s time for bed.

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