On Day 10 of Winter, we bring to you the Templetop Revisited Hat and Cowl set. Oh, how I adore stranded knitting in our Deluxe DK Tweed! Crisp, defined colorwork has its place. But when the yarn has more character like our tweed, it softens the lines of the patterning and gives more interest. This … Continue reading Day 10 of Winter
It’s hardly winter without stockings, amiright? Three balls of yarn make three stockings in the Stripe Stockings kit. Knit in Deluxe Bulky Superwash, these will virtually fly off your needles. The knitting in these is relatively simple – mostly stockinette with a bit of garter and an i-cord bind-off. There are enough details to keep … Continue reading Day 9 of Winter
Day 8 of Winter brings us Snowflake Mitts. These warm and wooly mitts are knit from the bottom up, beginning with a cable rib and ending with an i-cord bind-off. The patterning is Fair Isle, meaning two colors are used on each round. If this is a technique you’ve never tried before, these mitts could … Continue reading Day 8 of Winter
Day 7 of Winter brings us the Slip Stitch Cowl in three chilly shades of Deluxe Worsted. The pattern is written for the smaller size as shown, and also a large size, long enough to wrap around your neck twice. The yarn included in the kit is enough to knit either two small cowls, or … Continue reading Day 7 of Winter
Classic Shades has Gorgeous colors and the yarn is really soft.
I must say Naked Sock is a work horse. It stayed clean and strong through at least six cast on attempts. Must get more.
I absolutely love Uptown Worsted. It is wonderful to work with, colors are beautiful (and the neons are just perfectly bright). I am so, so, so pleased with this yarn. It’s such a good squish. And the price is right! Highly recommend this yarn to all.