Sunday, 5 January 2014

The Scrumptious Collection Volume 3: Lace

Over the next few weeks, we will be sharing designs from our latest collection, due for release this month! We are thrilled with the Collection and really hope that you will be too. 


This post is all about the lace patterns from the collection that showcase Scrumptious Lace, our Silk Merino base that has great stitch definition and drape. All instructions are both written and charted where relevant. We think these pieces are classics and good for all ages to add to their wardrobe. 


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(c) Jesse Wild


Simene by M√©lanie Edgar features simple lace stitches in an effective zigzag pattern to create a generously-sized laceweight stole. Knit up here in the 'Gold' colourway for maximum impact, the simple graphic motif will add flavour to a work wardrobe as well as dressing up your weekend outfits without too much fuss. It is knitted in two halves and then grafted together using Kitchener stitch and requires just 1 skein of Scrumptious Lace. A great all year round stole as it can be worn as a layered scarf, shoulder warmer, wrap... you choose!


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(c) Jesse Wild


Next is Loveny by Judy Furlong shown here in Scrumptious Lace, 'Wine Gum' colourway. This beautiful mantle uses lots of stunning lace motifs with a gorgeous shaped edging for extra appeal. This combines both flat knitting and knitting in the round and only requires one skein of Lace to work up. Due to its' shape, this can be worn as a cowl, shoulder warmer and has lots of styling options so is suprisingly versatile. 


 


Want to know even more about any of these patterns? We will be hosting a blog tour in the very near future feature the designers themselves and some friends and contributors we can't wait to introduce you to. Stay tuned!



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