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    100% wool
    127m/ 50g
    worsted weight
    20-18-17 sts = 10cm on needle sizes 4.5 – 5 – 5.5 mm

    The distinctive character of Brooklyn Tweed wool shines in this versatile medium-weight yarn. Shelter is woolen spun, meaning the fibers remain in a lofty jumble that traps air and offers remarkable warmth and lightness. Its two plies are gently twisted to preserve that buoyant quality.

    Shelter has a dry, soft hand and a faintly rustic nature; woolen spinning sometimes results in slightly thinner or thicker sections, and you’ll find the occasional fleck of vegetable matter as the wool is never treated with harsh chemicals. Garments knit from Shelter achieve their full beauty after a wet blocking. Shelter is designed to be a workhorse yarn that invites cables, ribbing, textured stitch motifs, open work, plain stockinette and garter stitch. We think it’s ideal for sweaters of every variety, winter accessories, and blankets.

    13,95
  • Amirisu 10

    Amirisu 10

    Issue 10 – Spring / Summer  2016

    This issue showcases a collection that takes in and reflects the delicate light of spring. Muted colors, intricate details and a vintage feel. All pieces are versatile and confortable to wear.

    You will find inside a coupon code to download the digital version in PDF.

    Patterns

    Keshi by Kirsten Johnstone, Sango by Melissa LaBarre, Asagi by Bristol Ivy,  Camellia by Joji Locatelli, Botan by Helen Stewart, Wisteria by Amy Christoffers, Nadeshiko by Leila Raabe, Sumire by Nadia Crétin-Léchenne.

    18,95
  • Amirisu 13

    Amirisu 13

    Summer 2017 Issue #13

    From chic tank to airy shawl, Summer 2017 issue features relaxing yet stylish knitwear that we want to bring to our summer vacations.  All of them are fairly simple and quick to knit, and great for traveling!

    The feature of this issue is natural dyeing – with stories from four modern dyers.

    Feature: In Search of Natural Colors
    Kristine Vejar / Rebecca Burgess – Fibershed / BUAISOU / Masaaki Aoki – Tezomeya  /  Meri Tanaka

    Patterns: Vacance Style
    Participating Designers:  All 8 patterns are included in the printed magazine. Cecelia Campochiaro / itosaku / Kristin Jones / Anna Nikipirowicz / Josée Paquin / Paula Pereira / Suzanne Strachan … + a crochet pattern.

    Includes a coupon code to download the digital version in PDF.

    18,95
  • Amirisu 14

    Amirisu 14

    Fall 2017 Issue #14

    Feature: Craft Guide to London

    8 pattens including pullovers, a shawl, and accessories.

    Includes a coupon code to download the digital version in PDF.

    18,95
  • Amirisu 15

    The theme of this issue is textures of knit fabrics. All pieces are made in black, grey and white. All 8 patterns are included.

    You will also be able to download en e-book from Ravelry using the coupon code printed on the back cover.

    18,95
  • Amirisu 16

    Issue 16  – Summer 2018

    Amirisu presents in this edition a new larger format (size A4), more pages and entirely in English. And, as always, nice patterns, photography, articles, etc, and a download code for the digital version in PDF.

     

    24,00
  • Amirisu 6

    Amirisu 6

    Issue 6, Winter / Spring 2015,  contains 7 patterns from talented designers and we are so excited!

    All patterns are included in this issue, and there will be a download code for the PDF version.

    18,95
  • Aproned Tank By Hannah Fettig

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    This tank features a narrow placket of stockinette stitch outlined in a simple border of purl stitches. The front and back are worked separately then seamed.


    FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
    32 (35 . , 39, 42 . , 46 . , 49 . , 53 . , 57)” [81 (89.5, 99, 108.5, 117.5, 126.5, 135, 145) cm] bust circumference, and 27 (28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34)” [68.5 (71, 73.5, 76,79, 81, 84, 86.5) cm] in length
    Sample shown is 32″ [81 cm] with 2″ [5 cm] positive ease
    YARN
    Quince & Co. Sparrow _ 100% organic linen _ 155 m/50 g
    6 (6, 7, 8, 9, 9, 10, 11) skeins
    NEEDLES
    one 32” circular needle in size US 3 / 3.25 mm
    GAUGE
    27 sts and 36 rows = 4″ [10 cm] in stockinette stitch, after blocking.

    This is a PDF file.

    6,00
  • Azalea by Pam Allen

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    Camisole is knitted in pieces from the bottom up. Skirt is shaped by changing needle sizes, then further shaped in the bodice with decreases. Stitches are picked up around neck opening and cast on at shoulders, creating delicate straps. Stitches are then picked up along arm openings and straps.

    FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
    78 (85.5, 92, 100.5, 106, 114.5, 120.5, 128.5, 134.5) cm bust circumference. Shown in 85.5 cm with 4.5 cm positive ease.
    YARN
    Quince & Co. Sparrow _ 100% organic linen _ 155 m/50 g
    4 (5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 7, 7) skeins
    NEEDLES
    One 24″ circular in sizes 4.5, 4, 3.75, 3.5, 3.25 and 2.75 mm
    GAUGE
    26 sts and 35 rows = 4″ [10 cm] in stockinette stitch with second smallest needle, after blocking

    This is a PDF file.

    6,00
  • Brooklyn Tweed Loft

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    100% wool
    fingering
    250m / 50g
    24-28-32 sts = 10 cm on needle sizes 3.5-2.75-2 mm

    Like Shelter, Loft is a woolen-spun 2-ply yarn with delicate twist, especially designed for unique lightness of hand. It’s not a sock yarn, so treat it a little more gently when it’s on the winder and the needles. Once your garment is blocked, the stitches will cohere in a beautifully even and sturdy fabric.
    Loft has great flexibility of gauge; it can be knit on 2mm (US 0) needles for a dense and durable fabric or on 4mm (US 6) needles for ethereal open work. Two strands of Loft held together can substitute for Shelter in patterns where you’d like greater stitch definition or a marled fabric of two colors.

     

    15,95
  • Brooklyn Tweed Quarry

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    100% wool
    chunky
    182m / 100g
    14-12 sts = 10 cm on needle size 6 – 8 mm

    Quarry is a chunky brother to Shelter and Loft inspired by roving-style unspun yarns but it is actually a three strands of the same lofty, woolen-spun fleece, but rather than twisting the individual plies they nestle them together and gently spin the whole trio. The result is a plump yarn that looks like a single ply and has greater tensile strength and stitch definition than a true unspun yarn.

    19,80

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