A Golden Round-Up: New Patterns in Manos del Uruguay Yarns
Does the changing of the seasons bring about a change in the projects that catch your eye? We are quite taken with these new patterns in Manos del Uruguay yarns. The golden colorways are perfectly autumnal and each feature different textures and silhouettes.
The Stalagnate Top is a versatile garment: Wear it as a vest in the cooler months or on its own when the weather turns warm again. Gentle waist shaping creates a flattering dolman shape. The twisted slip stitch rib pattern is easy to memorize, and a cable along each saddle shoulder adds a pop of interest. Zanete Hussain’s design in Honeycomb Alpaca Heather is included in the new Wool Studio Volume IX.
Adeline’s Cardigan, by Linda Marvang in Turmeric Alegria Grande, is a stunning feast for the eyes. The generous peplum is worked sideways in three pieces. Captivating cables abound in this piece for the adventurous knitter. You can't miss this design on the cover of Interweave Knits!
Laura Cameron’s (Con)sequential cowl in Leo Alegria Grande uses a sequence knitting technique for a lovely textured design. Laura also notes, “I love Manos del Uruguay because the company is dedicated to improving the lives of artisans and their families in Uruguay. Their contributions are of consequence, hence (Con)sequential!”
Whether you are drawn to a particular color family, stitch pattern or the challenge of something new, we hope you enjoy all your projects! Happy knitting!