Fairmount Fibers, Ltd.
U.S. Distributor of Manos del Uruguay Yarns

A Project for You | New Pattern Round-Up

What a busy time of year! 2015 is quickly coming to an end and the Fairmount Fibers team wants to make certain you know about the latest patterns calling for Manos del Urugay yarns. These patterns are perfect for all skill levels and allow the wonderful colorways of Manos del Uruguay yarns to stand out. Make plans to knit or crochet something special for yourself! Citadel by Joji Locatelli in Manos Gloria Citadel is part of Joji Locatelli's  The Authentic Collection. Knit in Manos Gloria this cardigan features classic, dreamy cables with a modern look and comfortable feel. This pattern is worked seamlessly from the top down, with pockets integrated with the bottom band. Seven to twelve skeins are needed, depending on size.   Crochet Seaside Sweater in Manos Serena The Winter 2016 Interweave Crochet includes Daniela Nii's Seaside Sweater. Inspired by the simple lines and overlapping panels of Japanese kimono wraps, this sweater is worked and seamed using only two pieces. Manos Serena is a lovely choice here. Depending on size you'll need 7-10 skeins of the main color and 4-6 skeins of the contrast color. Treacherous Winds Scarf in Manos Fino Hunter Hammersen's Fine Things for Plain Occasions is a collection of patterns inspired by the advice in vintage etiquette guides. The Treacherous Winds scarf is in-between a scarf and a cowl, as the arrangement of buttons allow you to fasten it in a variety of ways. One skein of Manos del Uruguay Fino is needed. Surco Scarf in Manos Gloria The Surco Scarf, by Christine Marie Chen, is a free pattern available at FairmountFibers.com. Just released this month, the scarf calls for two skeins of your favorite colorway of Manos Gloria. The stitch pattern is simple, allowing the yarn to shine in this great unisex project available free on Ravelry. Maquereau Mitts in Manos Silk Blend Knotions Magazine has returned with free patterns, tutorials and reviews. The Maquereau Mitts, included in the December issue, are a great way to showcase beautiful variegated colorways against a contrasting solid. Shown above in Manos Silk Blend, these simply sweet mitts are quick to knit! Have we said "Thank You" for sharing your projects and plans with us? We love seeing how you choose to work with Manos del Uruguay yarns and we look forward to even more wonderful projects in 2016!

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