I’ve mentioned before that the upcoming Fall/Winter Collection is FULL of color work and interesting textural accents. Today I get to show off a LOT of color.
ALL THE COLORS!
I’ve got a worsted weight 6 color stranded pullover in the collection, and somehow all those words together didn’t scare Katie of Yarn Love off the project!
Brights and Neons!
I’m kind of a gasper anyway, but there was major gasping when this package of beautiful yarn was opened. I could not wait to cast on! There were just so many beautiful colors of Ann Shirley to get to, I couldn’t stop myself.
Katie’s Color Inspiration
Here are Katie’s colors lined up and shot in her studio to show the actual colors. I just want to eat them!
Yarn Love Dog Photo Bomb
And here are Katie’s colors shot in my home studio, photo bombed by Champ! Can’t really blame him, though. I want to be as close to this yarn as I can get, too!
Find all of these amazing colorways at ShopYarnLove.com.
Holla Worthy FOs!
I’ve been sharing finished object pictures of Holla Knits patterns from around the internet every few months, and today I’ve got another amazing collection of holla worthy projects to show off. These projects turned out so well I know they will be the extra motivation you need to cast on some fun summer knitting projects!
Top, left to right: Jilted by Laura of OhDoogs - rav project page, Holla Back Tank by Sara - rav project page, Lady Bat by Michelle of My So Called Handmade Life - rav project page.
Middle, left to right: Bombshell Shorts by Michelle of My So Called Handmade Life – rav project page, New Girl by Rae – rav project page, Devon Cardigan by Georgina – rav project page.
Bottom, left to right: Nachtfalter by Karen – rav project page, Jilted by Michelle of My So Called Handmade life – rav project page, Bombshell Shorts by Faith of Faithfully Geeky – rav project page.
A huge thank you to everyone working on and finishing these fantastic Holla Knits designs! I can’t wait to show you a new batch of holla worthy FOs soon.
I can’t just let everyone else have all the fun! Ann Leachman took her cabled pullover from cold weather to warm weather wear, and I thought it would be even easier to take my New Girl skirt into summer as well! And since here in the Midwest we are all still bundling up against this early spring freezing spell, I thought it would be nice to look at tank tops and flip flops and dream.
This skirt is so fun you barely need anything else to make your outfit pop. Throw it on with an easy solid color tank, comfy flats and matching sunnies and you are ready to hit the town looking amazing!
Take your New Girl on a date night by pairing it with a flowy, see through top with fun textured bandeau top underneath. Strappy sandals, a small shoulder bag, and a fun geographic necklace complete this fun summer night look.
Inspired to knit up your own New Girl before those temps start rising? Snag it now!