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We are temporarily trying a Pay What You Can model in an effort to increase accessibility of our yarns. Use code PWYC1 for 10% off, PWYC2 for 20% off, and PWYC3 for 30% off. The Homecoming Cardigan Kits, T-shirts, and Notions Bags are not included in this model.
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Beautiful Combinations with Fully Spun

This week we are taking a look at some fun ways to combine our marled yarns together or with solids for even more pop. Scroll through for some ideas!

 

Simple texture helps this combination of The Blue Hole and Berry Trifle pop in our Boxy Chevrons sweater by Sosuknits

Black Hat? White Hat? helps any contrast color stand out. In this case we made a bold choice of Bloost for our Amaroo, designed by Deanne Ramsey.

Choosing a natural yarn is always a good choice to allow the color changes to really shine. In this case, we paired The Chief with Nothing There for our Flamingo Flavor, designed by SosuKnits.

Your choice of stitch can help your colors shine! Brioche is our favorite technique for using yarns together, each colorway gets its time in the spotlight! This hat was knit using I-95 and a navy color such as Good Navy.

Details are a great way to insert your contrast color! Whether that is a pocket or a trim, our mini skeins make the possibilities endless for what you can create! In this case we used Frose as our pocket lining in our Granito Sweater, designed by Joji Locatelli. Our main colorway was Grab the Old Bay.

Sometimes you want to combine color and texture all in one! That is what our friend Suzanne did for her Starflake MKAL designed by Stephen West. Her results were gorgeous! She combined our marled versions of The Blue Hole and Good Navy.

Considering some combinations but not sure? Feel free to reach out to us any time and we are happy to send pictures to help you decide!


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