Our Twinkle colourway was inspired by a string of lights. We hope it'll give you a spot of cheer during these dark winter days!
We had so much fun with this yarn that we knit it up into three different accessories. The hat, scarf, and mitts each used one skein of yarn.
Full Spectrum Hat by Andrea Rangel: This clever reversible hat was originally part of our Summer 2018 club. It’s worked from the crown of one side, through the brim, and to the crown of the other, so that the whole doubled hat is worked in one piece. As written, the hat only uses four of the five colours; casting on from the black end of the skein will result in a totally different look.
Linden Mitts by Jane Richmond: Our knitter and model, Mandy, did need to cut the yarn and join in loose ends in order to get the perfect stripes for these cute mitts.
No-Pattern ribbed scarf: Using whatever needles you'd like (we used 3.5 mm/US 4), cast on 60 stitches and work in 1x1 ribbing: knit one, purl one, repeat until you have almost run out of yarn. Bind off. Our finished scarf is approximately 15 cm x 150 cm (6" x 60") which is just enough to wrap around your neck and tuck into your coat.
The socks pictured are Saxe Point socks, knit with the SOCK version of this colourway.
This is the HAT version of this colourway. The original sock version is here.
This listing is for one skein of yarn.
We sell regular and XL skeins:
115 g (4 oz) is a standard skein
170 g (6 oz) is 1.5 times a standard skein
Our photos are intended to capture the overall feel of the colourway, but our dye lots do vary. More details on our base yarns are available here.