April brings 2 new designs and the return of my Eternal Thread Course.
The gradations shawl is a fun design that can be worked in any color combination you choose. Worked from the top down, it's a simple pattern which makes for a great project to work while watching Netflix. The picot edge trim is fun and playful. It's a piece you can wear for either fall or spring during transitional weather.
The name for this tank comes from the lovely Toyon bush which is native to my Northern California home. In the winter the lush clusters of bright red berries provide much needed food for many birds. Its branches and leaves produce a lovely dye which you can see here on this worsted weight yarn. You need not dye your own yarn to make this tank, simply replace it with the color of your choice in any worsted weight yarn which gives you the same gauge. I’ve also made the same tank in a pink yarn with white stripes just for fun. The dark yellow tank is shown in Large and the pink one is shows in Small, both with 2 inches of positive ease.
The Toyon Tank
Seen here in naturally dyed worsted weight yarn.
The Toyon Tank
In pink and white worsted weight cotton.
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I'm Heather Marano, addicted knitter and designer, writer, anthropologist and Teacher.
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