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Berroco Adores Designers

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Ravelry has made it so easy to find great designs produced independently! And of course it’s especially exciting to find designers using Berroco yarn in their patterns. I’ve come across some really great designs lately, and thought I’d share:

Linney Cardigan knit in Remix by Amy Christoffers

This cardigan is really flattering, and the soft tweedy colors of Remix ensure that it will remain wearable in all seasons. I especially love the roomy pockets worked into the ribbing – such a great detail!

Little Joey Kangaroo Hoodie in Comfort by Julie Grantz

This little pullover is adorable. All the details are thought out: a fun two-color stripe, handy kangaroo pocket, a v-neck that flows right into the hood… And who can resist those ears?

Sequoia Vest in Cuzco by Alegria DaSilva

This fitted vest’s ribbed edgings and single closure at the front keep things simple, while the back features an intricate cabled panel. Cuzco’s bulky gauge allows for quick knitting and will make a warm garment perfect for layering.

Oh Deer! in Ultra Alpaca Light by Natalie Selles

For a fun take on Latvian two-color mittens, how about throwing a pair of antlers onto the palms of an otherwise traditional pattern?

Crossover Cardi in Remix by Elegant Economy Designs

This vest is worked in one piece and features a reversible cable and garter stitch edgings, along with a waist tie. Remix’s unusual fiber blend and reasonable price point make it a perfect match.

Thanks to all the designers for choosing Berroco yarns for their projects – we can’t wait to see what you knit next!

Amanda

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. I also **LOVE** the Larch Cardigan in Berroco Ultra Alpaca Light also by Amy!! http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/larch-cardigan

    July 6, 2011
  2. Don’t forget Julia Farwell-Clay’s Mork knit in Ultra Alpaca!

    September 16, 2011

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