We have had a very busy month designing, knitting, styling, doing photoshoots and sending many Sulaire kits on their way around the world! Our first batch of Hiort yarn, which we made to celebrate the first of the Hiort project designs, has now sold out. The final batch of the dyelot will be available as a colour choice for the Sulaire shawl later in the year. In the meantime the Sulaire is available in our range of Hebridean 2 Ply.
This August we are welcoming back the Oregon Spring Cardigan, which is now available in a separate patterncard kit. Originally inspired by the myriad greens of Oregon, it looks just as good in the greenery of a Scottish summer. Click here for the Oregon Spring Cardigan.
Because of lockdown restrictions easing we were able to get out on some location photoshoots at the beginning of the month. We went to the beautiful coastal village of Portencross with Nina, where we got some images of the Mol Eire and Eagle Wrap that Jade knitted over the lockdown. These designs are both available in your own colour choices, so you can personalize them with our Hebridean 3 and 2 Ply range.
The Eagle Wrap made another appearance on a shoot with Kirsty, this time as the perfect addition to a cropped Harris tweed jacket.
We have a new collaboration page on Constance Caddell, who has knitted several of our designs and worn them with her own elegant styling. You can see her knitting, colour choices and beautiful finished outfits, and find links to her Instagram and YouTube channel here.
I added my take on design to the Wild Women Web earlier this month, focusing on my feathered costumes and designs. If you want a quick read you can find it here on Thread 24 of the Wild Women Press website.
If the weather treats us kindly we will be back next month with more photographs and perhaps even a new design.