Almond Comfit features an unusual construction that has more in common with many shawl patterns than hats.
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An exciting collaboration between Ysolda and Fyberspates. The six accessory patterns in Saturday Treat feature a colour palette selected by Ysolda in Fyberspates Scrumptious, a luxurious wool / silk blend with a beautiful sheen, the colours practically glow. Pretty little additions to your wardrobe, or gifts that you’ll know will be treasured, all of the patterns feature interesting details against a relaxing background.
Colour has always been an integral part of my design process, but it isn’t usually the first step: I’m more accustomed to working from limited colour palettes. So when Jeni from Fyberspates asked if I’d be interested in creating my own palette, I was so excited by the prospect of choosing any colours at all.
The colours I chose make the most of the yarn’s sheen, it practically glows, and all of the patterns were designed to take advantage of the yarn’s unique qualities. Combining silky luxury and crisp stitch definition, Scrumptious has always been one of my go to yarns, especially for special little projects. The name of the collection comes from a childhood memory, when I was little I was allowed one sweetie (or candy) a week, on Saturdays, and by the time I’d spent all week deciding what to get it tasted much better. Scrumptious itself is a treat, and I hope you’ll find these patterns are little treats to indulge yourself with, even the planning should be enjoyable.
3 weights of Scrumptious are featured in the Saturday Treat collection. All 3 are 2 ply yarns with 45% silk and 55% wool put up in 3½oz / 100g skeins.
Loosely knit brioche rib in a laceweight yarn is one of my very favourite fabrics, thick, squishy, and warm but incredibly lightweight.
Edinburgh Rock is my take on the idea of the ribbed loop, lengthened to wrap twice around the neck (Scotland is not the place for draughty neckwear!) and with a few additions.
A delicate semi-circular shawl that can be worked in two sizes.
Long fingerless mitts featuring a geometric cable pattern: a variation on a traditional pattern of tessellated diamonds arranged so their outlines form a flowing lattice.
A cute pixie hat featuring a simple pattern of wide braided cables, Walnut Whip’s simplicity doesn’t mean there aren’t interesting details.
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