March sees the return of an old design in a brand new form. My Erin Cardigan has an edge-to-edge jacket shape and a moody Lochside colourway that enhances the abstract Celtic hounds as they sinuously interlace around the design. This stranded design is a complex knit due to the large scale asymmetry of the main elements, but if you are up for a challenge then it is well worth the concentration required for the dramatic finished piece. You can see it here on the shores of Loch Long worn alongside the Briodag hat and gloves. You can find the new Erin patterncard kit here.
While Jade was busy knitting the Erin I was inspired to make a hat and woven wrap to match. You can see the full outfit here, with colours in the wrap and hat picking up and complementing those in the cardigan. We finished off the outfit by asking model Rebecca to bring along her dog Frankie, who accessorised perfectly with the hound patterns on the Erin cardigan.
The Spiral Hat will complement a wide range of ensembles and you can see it here worn by Amber on the banks of Loch Lomond with a Staran Pullover in Sea Anemone. The Spiral Hat has now been added in to Creative Course 1, which can be found here.
Our Storm Petrel 3 Ply is fresh off the ferry this week and is back in stock for both loose skeins and kits. You can find Storm Petrel 3 Ply here.
We are working steadily away on the weaving class, and hope to have it ready for you next month. In the meantime here are a few details from some of the 16 woven designs, which feature in the class.