Edited July 15: The winner is Patti! She said:
I would make a knee length, A-line skirt with gored (short row) hem. This would give skirt a flippy effect when one walks. Use the Viking alpaca Maya 760 color. If alpaca does not have enough spring back retention, go to 100 percent wool in same weight as sweater and the same color as Maya 760.
Does the corn yarn come in a Maya solid color? Does the corn blend yarn retain it’s shape without stretching? If so use that blend for the skirt.
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We launched The Great Garment Giveaway last week to find good homes for some of our retired sample sweaters. You were all very excited about it! Meet this week’s candidate. Knit up in Queensland Collection Haze yarn, (60% Corn (azlon), 40% Cotton), this ribbed top has a high collar and fancy buttons. Soft and light, you can dress this up or down for a classy, finished look.
This cardigan is an XS/S measuring 17″ from shoulder to hem, 13″ from shoulder to shoulder, 15″ across bust.
This pretty cardigan was designed by Jenny Watson for the Queensland Collection Numbers book.
THE BIG QUESTION: What colors would you pair with this cardigan?
Leave a comment on this blog post. We’ll select one lucky person to receive this actual item. Winner will be selected and notified on Tuesday (by email).(US residents. Void where prohibited.)
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