Tuesday, October 18th, 2011
Plymouth Yarn’s Worsted Merino Superwash yarn is the perfect choice for projects for the entire family. It feels amazingly soft against the skin, washable, versatile and shows wonderful stitch definition. It really is perfect for all knitting and crocheting projects.
We are excited that this yarn is featured in two magazines this month and wanted to share the stories with you.
Knitscene’s first-ever Winter 2011 issue delights with a collection of 22 must-have knits. You can see the Wragby Cardigan color 29 by Carol Feller on newsstands October 25th.
Knitscene Winter 2011, Photo by Brad Bartholomew
You can make the outfit complete with this flirty skirt in the Fall 2011 Knitter’s Magazine, K104. The entrelac and old lace skirt, an intermediate design by Gwen Bortner was made with Worsted Merino Superwash‘s color 6.
Knitter's Magazine Fall 2011 K104
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Monday, November 15th, 2010
The newest Knitter’s Magazine features 2 knits out of our Encore Worsted & Worsted Merino Superwash.
Plymouth Yarn Encore in colors 0240 (MC), 6001 (CC1), 6002 (CC2), and 6003 (CC3)
Knit up 20 blocks and assemble them into a stunning afghan. You
knit stripes with a small dip stitch accent to merge the colors and add
flexibility. Knit until square, then assemble. Magically, the blocks will appear
to be curved.
Plymouth Yarn Company Worsted Merino Superwash in colors 8 (MC) and 1 (C)
Slip stitches turn simple stripes into an intricate basketweave