Here is a fresh new pattern perfect for spring knitting!
Stowe is a v-neck tee with a touch of mesh lace at the sleeves. Stowe is knit up in Serena, our baby alpaca – pima cotton blend, and is perfect for spring weather as it is lightweight and whisper-soft. Our sample is shown here in S2680 Sea Urchin. There are so many colors to choose from, which will you put to your needles?
Stowe is part of our Spring 2012 collection, and available to purchase for download through Ravelry or at your local yarn store. Our Spring 2012 collection includes five more garments – we are looking forward to sharing them with you!
The grey days of winter seem to be behind us, and we have blue skies ahead. With the change in seasons the air seems a little fresher, we might spot a rainbow or two and we can look forward to beautiful sunsets (or sunrises, if you are an early bird)! Santiago has captured this in LE7, take a look!
Our Wool Clasica Limited-Edition color series is only available for a limited time – now is the time to stock up!
You may view past & current LE colors on Ravelry, Facebook and the Fairmount Fibers Website.
Here are a few fresh new patterns for Wool Clasica
From left to right: Mermaid Mixer by Samanthia Waltjen, The Big Zig Hat by Emily Winser, and DIY_Shrug by Marijke Lennards
Are your needles in need of a quick project? We have three new free patterns from our design contest ready to download.Each project works up quickly and requires only one or two skeins of Wool Clasica!
Turband is a great piece to have in your wardrobe as the seasons change. The rib stitch is simple and satisfying, and with minimal finishing you will have a new accessory in no time!
The Tweedledee Hat uses a stitch pattern that looks great in a semi-solid or space-dyed skein of Wool Clasica. This is a great first project for beginner knitters as well.
The Wavy Cable Boot Toppers are a quick little project for you to practice cabling and end up with a fantastic and unique accessory. To make these you will need two skein of Wool Clasica.
These patterns and more can be found on our website, check it out! We love to see what you create with our yarn – please share your work at our Manos del Uruguay Facebook page or join our Ravelry group to chat with other Manos fans!