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Thursday August 06, 2015

The Sanctuary Tassel Pillow

posted by: Amy Small in home patterns, pixie dust, sister yarn

Our latest pillow pattern is chock full of textural and tassel goodness, just waiting to be knit up. The pillows are sure to turn your home into a sanctuary, ideal for hosting guests or just relaxing solo with a good book. They add a gorgeous accent and pop of embellishment to any interior.  

 

This pattern offers instructions for two different pillow sizes 14"x14" and 16"x16". Each side of the pillow features a different yarn and stitch so you're really getting 2 pillows in one. Flip a side when you feel like mixing things up! The pillow front in both options is knit with 2 skeins of Pixie Dust yarn and the back is knit with 1 skein of our Sister yarn. 

 

Even though we are partial to our colorful handpsun yarns, the tassels on the corners of the pillows totally make them magical. If you haven't noticed yet tassels are a serious obsession for us around here! Don't leave these out! Pattern details available right here.

 

Wednesday July 29, 2015

The Snuggled Up Tassel Blanket Pattern

posted by: Amy Small in home patterns, pixie dust, sister yarn

The Snuggled Up Tassel Blanket Pattern is sure to add a beautiful touch to your home.  In this pattern, we use a simple stitch that highlights the unique and varied textures and colors of our yarns. Loosely knit on size 50 needles, your blanket will be a drapey and cozy - think the opposite of stiff and board-like. 

 

We offer 2 versions of this in the pattern you receive. The first blanket is knit holding 1 strand of our Pixie Dust yarn together with one strand of our Sister yarn. We used contrasting colors to achieve a tonal marled look shown here. In the second version, we use our Sister yarn only and hold 2 strands together.

 

In both versions, the tassels make the blanket. Do not skip adding these for an extra element of texture and fun!

 

All of the pattern, yarn and colorway details can be found right here. As always if you have any questions, feel free to drop me a line at amy@knitcollage.com

Version 2 of the blanket is shown on top in the above pic and Version 1 is shown below. 

Version 2 shown in the above pic.

Version 1 shown in the above pic.

Version 1 shown above.

Version 2 shown above.

Version 1 shown above.

Version 1 shown on top and version 2 shown on the bottom in pic above

Friday January 23, 2015

The Zig Zag Throw & Shawl Pattern

Barbara Wolff, who runs the German online yarn store Dibadu, came up with the most gorgeous of blankets using a mix of our yarns. Obsessed doesn't even come close to describing how I feel about this pattern.  I love it so much.  She has such an eye for color and the way she combined all of our yarns together is insanely beautiful!  Finally, after ogling this blanket since last March, the pattern is available as a PDF download on Ravlery right here. You'll see our Sister, Daisy Chain and Cast Away yarns all used together in the pattern.  Did I mention there's also a mini shawl pattern included too? Bonus! All photos are courtesy of Dibadu

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