Ivy Brambles has delivered three new patterns which bring us that much closer to Spring!
The Ivy Brambles Hyacinth Cashmere Lace Scarf is an easy lace scarf with beautiful hyacinth flowers running through the middle of the scarf and made with only skein of the lovely Ivy Brambles 4-Ply Cashmere. The Hyacinth Scarf is a soft and fabulous addition to your wardrobe or a quick and gorgeous gift for someone you love.
The newest Ivy Brambles Pure Silk Seashells pattern once again proves that Nature portrayed in lace is breathtaking! The Seashells shawl is a gorgeous mix of three separate seashell designs merged into one triangle using only one skein of the Ivy Brambles Pure Silk. This shawl is so beautiful, it could bring tears to your eyes when completed!
And introducing the fabulous Ivy Brambles Metro Vest! A very, very popular pattern which debuted just this week and already has knitters casting on! Everyone likes the ribbed fit with racerback style and oversized collar. The Metro Vest takes 4-7 skeins of the Ivy Brambles Superwash Worsted and the pattern is written for sizes 32-56 inch busts! This vest looks good on everyone and can be worn mostly everwhere!
A new prize giveaway has been posted - don't delay, sign up today and you may be our March 2010 prize winner!
We are pleased to announce that we have a winner from our January prize giveaway! Drum roll..... Congratulations to Carolyn R. of Somerville, MA! Carolyn is a knitter and spinner. Carolyn has been experimenting with making socks recently and is real excited to have received sock yarn as part of her prize! Carolyn is shown wearing a hat that she made this Fall in honor of St. Brigid (which is why it has dandelions.) It is made from yarn she spun and dyed. Carolyn is very talented and we hope she enjoys her prizes!
Thanks, enjoy and happy fibering!