As seen in the Fall 2011 issue of Interweave Knits. The Cardiff Coat designed by Jennifer Wood in Blue Sky Bulky #1002 Silver Mink.
Photography By Carmel Zucker
As seen in Interweave Knit Scene Fall 2011 Issue. The Bernhardt cardigan is designed by Erica Schlueter in: Blue Sky Alpacas Suri Merino, #417 seamist (MC), 5 (5, 6, 6, 7) skeins and Blue Sky Alpacas Alpaca Silk, #103 plume (CC), 2 skeins. Photography by Brad Bartholomew.
As seen in Interweave Knits Weekend 2011 special issue. Designed by Amanda Scheuzger in Blue Sky Alpacas Suri Merino #418 dusk, #416 meadow, #420 autumn, #415 harvest, and #417 seamist. Photography by Carmel Zucker.
Check out the Striped Cotton Cowl by Purl Bee’s Whitney Van Nes. This fabulous accessory is the perfect spring knit in the Worsted Cotton.
Check out Julia Vaconsin’s Pearls and Diamonds, Blue Sky’s April Staff Pick! This colorful cardigan is crocheted with the Skinny Cotton, and it’s the perfect layer for your little one on these warmer spring days. For more information and to download the pattern, check it out in the Spring 2011 issue of Petite Purls!
Check out the Sweet Pea Baby Blanket by Suzanne Middlebrooks. We love the pairing of the classic feather and fan lace with the subtle color variation of the Multi Cotton. Click here for more information and to download the pattern.
We love this lace pattern scarf from Thea Colman, knit in the Blue Sky Worsted Hand Dyes. For more information and to download the free pattern, go to Thea’s blog, http://babycocktails.blogspot.com/2011/02/sweet-vermouth.html
This very wearable sweater features sequined shoulders and stripes for a bit of everyday sparkle. Completely seamless, knitted from the top down, with saddle shoulder, set in sleeves. Designed to hug the curves in all the right places. Designed in Blue Sky Alpacas Alpaca Silk. Shown in #139 Peacock. Purchase here.
With a growing reputation for gorgeous patterns, Kim Dolce presents 16 of her top-selling designs with several using Blue Sky Alpacas yarn. Stylish and contemporary--without being over the top--these patterns range from weekend casual to office chic.