Tuesday, November 03, 2020

Free Patterns

Here is another pattern for Lore from The Fibre Co. If you purchase the yarn for the sweater we will email you a copy of the pattern.

Crummock is a classic V-neck pullover with plush cables on the left of the body and sleeve. Designed by Neringa Ruke for Lore, it uses a clever centre-front seam to join the panels of stocking and reverse stocking stitch.

Processed in a mill in England’s historical textile region of West Yorkshire, Lore is made of 100% lambswool from the Romney sheep breed also referred to locally as Kent lamb. It is an honest woolen spun DK weight yarn that blooms into a beautiful knitted fabric after washing. Garments made from Lore will wear well and are perfect for everyday and special adventures alike. We named this yarn Lore to honour the stories we create with wool. Great stories happen to those who knit them. Won’t you share your knitting story with us?

Everyone loves a free pattern. The Royal Oak Cowl is knit in Woolstok. You will need 3 skeins of Woolstok (the pattern is calling for a large skein which we don’t carry)

The Royal Oak Cowl is cozy and cabled, made with one 150 gram hank of Woolstok and will keep you warm on the coldest night.

I have one last bag to share with you - The Maker’s Weekender.

Thoughtfully designed as the ultimate travel bag, the Maker's Weekender is made from a durable canvas that has been specially cured with a wax coating. The material will patina over time adding to its personality.

The bag features leather handles, an adjustable shoulder strap, a pattern holder, and a hidden project bag in the side pocket with a yarn feeder for easy knitting on the go with crafting specific features:

  •   Yarn feeder
  •   Yarn cutter
  •   Dot journal and darning needles
  • Pin with three lotus stitch markers

Each bag is packaged in a bio-degradable protective bag. Antique bronze accents and hardware add to the rustic vintage vibe.

Measurements: 22" wide x 12" tall x 10" deep

There wasn’t any knitting last night but I hope to get a few rows in tonight. I’ve finished my Hump Day post (make sure you check back at noon tomorrow because the deal is great) but can’t bring myself to finish my newsletter. Tomorrow.

1 comment:

Lois Evensen said...

The English yarn looks absolutely marvelous!