Amy’s Thread: Spring?

The North Eastern US is shoveling out from under the first significant snow storm of 2016 but at Berroco we’re thinking spring.

We have the “Spring” photography in September when things are starting to turn from bright greens toward rusty golds. To escape the turning leaves we shot in Southern Rhode Island where we get the advantage of the last of the wild beach roses and the season-less sand and blue sky.

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If you’re looking for a little seasonal escapism, check out the look books and behind the scenes videos for a peek at theĀ spring photoshoots. To view the Look books click on the cover to select a book, then double click again on the cover for pattern page. For a little more atmosphere click the Behind the Scenes text next to the cover icons. Its like a 1 minute beach vacation.

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Looking for something to cast-on that you could wear right away? Check out the Picnic collection for 10 brand new season-less projects in easy care yarns.

 

 

2 Comments

  1. I’m not sure about the raglan and neck increases in the Abree pattern. The only difference is at the cardigan front edges? The amount of increase is strangely worded to me. How do you increase something at different intervals and at the same time? It can’t e both!!!

    1. Hi Judi!

      The increases for the raglan happen in one place- the increases for the neck edge happen in another, and they are repeated at intervals stated in the pattern. Because both repeats are being worked concurrently they are worked at the same time. Any time you have any questions about a Berroco pattern please write to patternsupport@berroco.com and one of our tech editors will help you sort everything out.

      Thanks!

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