Alison Sinclair

Alison Sinclair

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Adelaide is a worsted weight, pure merino yarn in a palette of sumptuous heathers. This affordable merino is a go-to worsted weight you’ll return to time and time again. The five neutral shades and seven classic colors are all subtly heathered, adding depth and nuance to your projects. The two plies and a firm z twist give it bounce and spring. Wonderful stitch definition makes it perfect for cables and other textured stitches.

Adelaide is a worsted weight, pure merino yarn in a palette of sumptuous heathers. This affordable merino is a go-to worsted weight you’ll return to time and time again. The five neutral shades and seven classic colors are all subtly heathered, adding depth and nuance to your projects. The two plies and a firm z twist give it bounce and spring. Wonderful stitch definition makes it perfect for cables and other textured stitches.

Free Knitting Pattern for Miss Honeychurch Sweater - This pullover is worked in one piece from the top down and features textured stitches, unexpected side cables, three-quarter-length sleeves, and a flattering A-line shape. Designed by Cheryl Niamath. XS [S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X] Pictured project by Erysimum

Free Knitting Pattern for Miss Honeychurch Sweater - This pullover is worked in one piece from the top down and features textured stitches, unexpected side cables, three-quarter-length sleeves, and a flattering A-line shape. Designed by Cheryl Niamath. XS [S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X] Pictured project by Erysimum

Umiah is a sweater smock with deep u-neck, ridged bodice, short drop-shoulder sleeves and sideseam slits.

Umiah is a sweater smock with deep u-neck, ridged bodice, short drop-shoulder sleeves and sideseam slits.

I recently unearthed the first project I ever knit, a moth-eaten  stockinette scarf. I made it over twenty years ago while I was spending a  school year in rural France. My French "mother" was the town librarian  and an amazing knitter. She opened her stash basket to me and walked me  through every step of that crazy scarf. Since then I've made dozens of scarves, and I wonder sometimes if  I've run out of fresh ideas for the next one. After all, the criteria  for a scarf pat...

I recently unearthed the first project I ever knit, a moth-eaten stockinette scarf. I made it over twenty years ago while I was spending a school year in rural France. My French "mother" was the town librarian and an amazing knitter. She opened her stash basket to me and walked me through every step of that crazy scarf. Since then I've made dozens of scarves, and I wonder sometimes if I've run out of fresh ideas for the next one. After all, the criteria for a scarf pat...