Baya Shawl

The Summer 2014 issue of Pom Pom Magazine is available now and our yarns made the cover as a part of Mindy Wilkes‘ gorgeous shawl design! Baya is a crescent-shaped shawl worked from the bottom up. The bottom edge of the shawl is a lace pattern that also incorporates some simple cables, while the body…

Bridgeward Leaves Shawl by Grace Verhagen

The Bridgeward Leaves Shawl is a top-down triangular shawl designed by Grace Verhagen. Inspired by the “Leaf Shadows” motif collected by Barbara Walker, this triangular lace shawl is reminiscent of vines enveloping the red brick buildings in the shade of the Granville Street Bridge. Bridgeward Leaves Shawl Details MATERIALS FOR LACEWEIGHT VERSION: 1 skein SweetGeorgia Yarns…

Rivoli Shawl by Anniken Allis

Anniken Allis is a prolific lace knitwear designer who also happens to be one of our long-time Fibre Club members (you’ll find her spinning progress on Twitter on a regular basis) and she’s designed this gorgeous Rivoli crescent-shaped shawl in our Merino Silk Lace yarn (in Ultraviolet too!). This gorgeous crescent shawl begins with a…

Morticia in Merino Silk Lace

Here’s some gorgeous Halloween-inspired knitting for you… Bernadette (grade3 on Ravelry) knit this stunning version of the Boo Knits Mystery Shawl, Morticia. It was really a great idea for a mystery knit-along! The premise is that Boo Knits releases one clue per week in October and the grand unveiling of everyone’s shawls happens on October…

Moonvine Cowl by Fiber Dreams

Laura Patterson of Fiber Dreams designed this lace cowl in our SweetGeorgia CashLuxe Fine (in Lawn). Moonvine is a cowl, knit in the round, starting and ending with just a touch of garter stitch to help prevent curling. Once past the edging, every row is a pattern row—if you want to rest, you’ll need to…

Chrysanthemum by Emily Wessel

Ever since we displayed this gorgeous shawl at TNNA, people have been asking when it would be released… that would be today. We are so excited to see Emily Wessel‘s newest shawl and blanket design, called Chrysanthemum. Chrysanthemum is a gigantic geometrical bloom with petals that multiply and expand from a single point. The design…

Sword Fern Hat by Alexa Ludeman

Living in a temperate rainforest, the sight of lush ferns and mossy greenery is everywhere. Local Vancouver designer, Alexa Ludeman (one-half of the awesome Tin Can Knits), designed this slouchy and soft Sword Fern Hat in our SweetGeorgia Merino Silk Fine. This hat was inspired by the beautiful Sword Ferns that carpet the forest floors…

Ripplets by Melanie Berg

Melanie Berg, indie knitwear designer from Germany, sent me photos of her latest design — Ripplets. It combines an intriguing lace pattern with a clever shape. The wavy lines gently flow and grow wider as the pattern progresses, resulting in a very wearable scarf with lovely accents at both ends. Ripplets is worked at a…

Seagrass for Knit Purl

On my visit to Portland last week, I met with Lidia Tysmbal, the manager of Knit Purl, who designed this gorgeous shawl that takes less than one skein of our CashSilk Lace. Here’s the latest from their newsletter: The Month of Lace is the perfect chance for us to share our newest passion, SweetGeorgia’s CashSilk…

Peri’s Paradox in Knitty First Fall

The new First Fall 2013 issue of Knitty has just launched and check out the shawl that Lotta Groeger designed in our SweetGeorgia Silk Crush yarn. Knit from the bottom up, the pattern combines lace with smocking and a textured stitch pattern… and knitting from the bottom up means that the rows get shorter the…