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Meet the Yarn: Mountain Meadow Wool Alpine

Posted by Karen Hostetler on

Have you encountered Mountain Meadow Wool Alpine yet? Alpine is a Mountain Merino 3ply DK-weight, worsted-spun yarn. Swatch with it and you'll notice the wonderful stitch definition and cushiony bounce! Members of the Legacy Yarn Club received two skeins of Alpine in the August shipment. Here are a few pattern ideas to inspire you to pick up your knitting needles for a new fall project! Knitting Patterns in Mountain Meadow Wool Alpine Eight patterns calling for Alpine are available through Ravelry. Top row, left to right, Golden Check Infinity Scarf (free), Beyond the Wall Cowl (free), Wood Sorrel, Tilbury Mittens, Grey...

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Working with Wool in the Summer

Posted by Karen Hostetler on

Knit and crochet with wool in the summer Summer is here and when you are on the go, make sure to bring your Mountain Meadow Wool yarn and projects with you! The projects you start today will be the ones you reach for in the fall and winter, for yourself or as gifts. Today we'd like to remind you that yes, you can work with wool in the summer! Ravelry projects knit in Mountain Meadow Wool yarns If you will be working inside with the air-conditioning on, you may welcome a pile of wool in your lap for a blanket...

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Travel Plans and Projects

Posted by Karen Hostetler on

Take it to go! Are you making travel plans for the summer? Will the first item you pack be your knitting or crochet projects? We have a few projects ideas in Mountain Meadow Wool yarns that are good for travel and work up relatively quickly! Straight-forward accessory projects in a few skeins of Mountain Meadow Wool yarn The patterns here call for just a few skeins of Mountain Meadow Wool yarn. Enjoy working on your next favorite accessory or start a stockpile for holiday gifts! From left to right: Laura Cameron's Wood Sorrel cowl in Alpine (2 skeins), Marie Segares'...

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Shawls in Mountain Meadow Wool yarns

Posted by Karen Hostetler on

It's Shawl Season! Spring showers may bring the flowers, but it's always a good idea to have a shawl handy for those cooler moments in the day! Mountain Meadow Wool yarns are perfect choices for your spring shawl knitting and crochet projects. Mountain Meadow Wool + 10 Hours or Less for Speedy Shawls Shawls can be worked in a variety of shapes and sizes, in just one yarn color or several. Take inspiration from the 10 Hours or Less designs shown above! Clockwise from top left: Ancient Artifact knit in Laramie and Powell, Skyward Songbird knit in Green River Fingering, Floral Fantasy...

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Natural and Neutral

Posted by Karen Hostetler on

Consider a Natural Color Are you always using the same colors in your projects? While you may love purple with a passion, or grab every shade of green, natural yarns are not to be overlooked! All of the Mountain Meadow Wool yarns are available in a natural and neutral undyed color. Don't forget that our Winter Sale continues through the end of February! Here are a few projects to inspire your next cast on! Projects in Naturals We spotted a number of projects on Ravelry knit with Mountain Meadow Wool yarns, in the natural neutrals of brown, gray, or white. Shown above,...

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