Time for some more inspiration! Gaze upon these pretty projects I saw this week. Contact the stores listed for more information and supplies.
DownTown Knits, a local yarn store in North Carolina, used Louisa Harding Mila yarn to knit this version of the Multnomah Shawl, which is available on Ravelry. Mila is a cotton yarn with metallic thread for a little bit of sparkle.
Another great cotton blend is Araucania Calubco, for which I saw two projects.
Haus Of Yarn, another local yarn store in Tennessee, knit this pretty shawl using Mirasol Paqu Pura yarn. This is a 100% Peruvian Alpaca yarn that is self-striping. Haus of Yarn always posts great project pictures.
I have a skein of lavender Ushya that I was planning to use to knit a Tatu Cowl from Book #27, but I might have to knit a Vite Cowl instead!
It is their “Project of the Month” for October, so they have a special deal on it. You can get either a kit, or just the pattern. But since it takes just four skeins of Seasons yarn, why not go for the kit?
Kitnit Fine Yarns, located in Pennsylvania, used Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool to knit this Brynna cardigan, which is a new design from Chic Knits. The Ravelry pattern page says you can also use Elsebeth Lavold Hempathy, which is a great option if you are avoiding wool.
Earlier this week Debbie Bliss posted this picture taken at the TNNA trade show a few months ago. This local yarn store owner is modeling the sample of the Biker Jacket that was in our booth. The pattern is in Debbie’s Milano book. Bike jackets are a fall fashion trend. Milano yarn comes in 10 colors so you can make yours unique!