Meet the Yarn: Mountain Meadow Wool Alpine

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 Days Hat (free), Charlie Sweater, Tilbury Hat, and Tilbury Cowl.

New Alpine Mini-Skeins & Free Knit Cowl Pattern

The newest addition to our inventory is Alpine mini-skein bundles. There are 3 color bundles from which to choose: blue, pink, or green. Each mini-skein is 60 yards, with 240 yards total in the group. One bundle will work up perfectly into the Beyond the Wall Cowl, an exclusive design for Mountain Meadow Wool by Stefanie Goodwin-Ritter. The pattern is yours free, emailed directly to your inbox when you sign up for the Mountain Meadow Wool newsletter.

For more Mountain Meadow Wool Alpine project inspiration and reviews, check out the dedicated Pinterest board! Please do share your Alpine projects and plans with us on your favorite social channel: Facebook, Instagram, or in the Ravelry group!

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  • Connie Howie

    How much mountain meadow wool yarn do i need for a large afghan?

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