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Spotlight: Uluru Projects

Local yarn stores have been sending us great pictures of their Queensland Collection Uluru projects.

I thought I’d round them up to inspire you.

Monarch uluru pile

Uluru at Monarch Knitting

This beautiful pile of Uluru is at Monarch Knitting, a local yarn store in California.

Uluru is a 55% Cotton, 26% Acrylic, 19% Polyester blend. As you can see, it has a slight halo reminiscent of mohair. It is a great substitute for people who want the look of mohair, but don’t want an animal fiber.

Uluru has been wildly popular since it was introduced last summer. If you don’t want the halo, check out the new Queensland Collection yarn Kakadu.

Jackston Uluru dress

Uluru dress at Jackson St Fiber Arts

This fabulous dress is at Jackson St Fiber Arts, a local yarn store in Oregon. See more pictures on their Facebook page.

The pattern is the Louisa: Lace Tunic  (Ravelry link) from French Girl Knits. Jackson St Fiber Arts used just two balls of Uluru for this project.

Peggy uluru scarf

Peggy’s Strangling Vine Scarf

Our Facebook fan Peggy sent us this picture of the beautiful scarf she knit for her cousin. The pattern is Strangling Vine Lace Scarf by Nicole Hides and is free on Ravelry.

Peggy said:

Here is the summer scarf I knitted in the Queensland collection yarn Uluru. The pattern is the “Strangling Vine Lace”. It was over 5Ft long, I made it for my cousin who lives in Texas and is taller then her. She loved it. This was my first time to knit a lace scarf in a light weight yarn. I was very happy with it and love the pattern.

Uluru Miami Vice Shawl at Knitter's Nest

Uluru Miami Vice Shawl at Knitter’s Nest

You can see this wonderful shawl at Knitter’s Nest, a local yarn store in South Carolina. The pattern is the Miami Vice shawl by Threebagsfull and is a free pattern on Ravelry.

Joanne at Knitter’s Nest used just two balls of Uluru to knit this generously sized shawl.

Uluru hitchhiker

Uluru Hitchhiker at Apples to Oranges

Apples to Oranges, a local yarn store in Oregon, used just one ball of Uluru to make this Hitchhiker shawl. You can buy the Hitchhiker pattern on Ravelry.

image(1)This fun and functional wrap is at What in Yarnation!, a local yarn store in Minnesota.

It is the Wisp pattern from Knitty, 2007. The buttons give you many options for wearing this garment.

Contact the stores listed for more details about their projects, or to order supplies. Remember, the blue links will take you to the store’s website so you can easily find contact information.

Find two free Uluru patterns on our main website.

Browse Uluru projects on Ravelry.

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