Marly Bird’s interview with Larisa is now available on Youtube! You can watch our favorite Yarn Thing Podcast episode any time you like. We recommend having a project in hand (as long as you’re not following a complicated chart).
We hope that you’ll enjoy tuning in and learning a little bit more about the Spinnery. Plus, there is a contest that you could win!
You could be eligible to win a copy of our newest pattern collection, At the Spinnery, by heading over to Marly’s website and adding a comment about her video there. You’ll need to watch the video to learn the keyword (that Larisa and Marly will provide) and be sure to include that in your comments.
And elsewhere on the internet, our friend Mina Phillips (of Knitting Expat Designs) has just published a darling cropped pullover with Spinnery Mewesic.
Her Yorkville Sweater is a natural extension of her New York Hat Collection that she published last fall with a variety of Spinnery yarns. Like the seven hat patterns, this sweater features lush texturing that works beautifully with the tweedy rich colors of our DK weight yarn offerings.
Her sweater shown above is knit up in the Brickhouse colorway in the 42″ size with approximately 4 inches of positive ease. Her pattern is available in ten sizes ranging from a finished chest circumference size of 30.5″ – 65.5″.
She has very generously created several coupon codes to provide a sliding scale of pricing to make the pattern available to a broader range of knitters. She asks that you pay what you can, understanding that the full price of the pattern fairly compensates her for all the work and time she put into developing this beautiful design.
We love that this pattern can be worked from the top-down allowing you for a custom fit that will be the perfect length to highlight your curves or act as a comfy layering piece for three season wear.