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Liberty Wool is a super-soft, washable wool available in solid and printed colors. This yarn's balanced twist will make all stitch combinations pop.
With all the great qualities of wool and the ease of machine washability, Liberty Wool knits at a gauge that suits many designs and is ideal for children's pieces as well as those for adults.
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An exquisite blend of merino and silk, Magnolia has a subtle sheen and great stitch definition. The semi-solid colors give Magnolia the illusion of light reflecting off the surface of the fabric. Magnolia's elegance is perfect for dressy, special occasions or for everyday luxury.
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Grown and spun in the USA, Mohawk Wool is part of our MountainTop Collection of yarns in natural, undyed shades. The naturally colored, lustrous merino and lofty romney wool combine with a bit of nylon in this sport weight 3-ply yarn. With a generous 375 yards in each hank, this yarn makes beautiful fabric for shawls and accessories. The bit of nylon adds the strength necessary for cozy, durable socks and other projects that get lots of wear.
1504 The New Generation
A collection of modern classics with a vintage feel for babies and toddlers, knit with soft, easy care yarns, perfect for the new generation.
Twelve new designs for spring, including pieces knit in Sandpiper.
1413 Artistic Differences
Talitha's musical and performing background inspired her to create Artistic Differences. She imagined one design altered to be knit and styled two ways – a bohemian acoustic style and an edgier rock'n'roll look. Each of the 10 projects are shown twice, giving the knitter ideas for customizing to their own particular style.
1514 From Folly Cove
Virginia Lee Burton Demetrios is beloved for her brilliant books for children, but she was also the organizing force behind The Folly Cove Designers, a group of mostly women who collaborated to hand print textiles in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Every pattern in this book is inspired by the work and personalities of these women, and together are an homage to their legacy of design and collaboration. –Julia Farwell-Clay