Annie’s Signature Collection and a Mixer Giveaway

The Marbella Tee,  designed by Che Lam is part of the all-new Annie’s Signature Design collection, called the Spring Breeze collection. Marbella is a great summer tee that shows off the multiple fiber textures of Berroco Mixer™ in the beautiful creamy shade ‘Flit’ 8101. The relaxed A-line silhouette is balanced with sweetly feminine lace panels and a scoop neckline. It’s knit with 7 (8, 9, 10, 12, 14) hanks of DK-weight Mixer, and the finished measurements are sized to  fit woman’s S through 3XL.

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Che Lam is the author of the book Learn How to Knit With 50 Squares, and blogs over at Handy Kitty; you can also see more of her work on the Handy Kitty page on Ravelry.  We’re teaming up with the folks at Annie’s to bring you the opportunity to win a copy of the pattern and the yarn to knit your own by commenting on this post.

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HOW TO ENTER: Leave a comment below telling us your which shade of Mixer you’d use to knit your Marbella Tee.

DETAILS: Must be 18 years or older to enter.

Comments must be posted by 11:59 PM EST on Sunday, March 5, 2017. One winner will be chosen at random and announced on the blog next Monday, March 6.

 

206 Comments

    1. Champagne is the color for me. Though I wouldn’t stop there, because my daughters and mother would have to have one too!

  1. This looks so cute! I hope the deadline posted is wrong, since the email arrived after the deadline date, as I would love to win this! Thank you!

  2. I’m a professional musician and I often have to wear concert black. I’d make a Marbella Tee out of the Inferno colorway and wear the heck out of it at all my performances.

  3. I’d use Twist – it’s such a beautiful green! I think green goes with so many other colors, like leaves with flowers!

  4. My favorite outfit is a white, red or navy t-shirt with jeans. I love the color shades of Boogie. Layer under it a white camisole/tank and a pair of jeans in any wash and I’d be set!

  5. The colours are all gorgeous! It’s a tough decision to choose my favourite colour – Boogie or Martini, but I think my winning colour would be Boogie. Thanks for the great prize.

  6. I really was torn between the “prosecco” and the “shimmy,” but when pressed to pick, I’d go with the “shimmy” for this top. Beautiful choices, though.

  7. What a nice sweater. “We’ll take Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island, too/It’s lovely going to/the zoo/It’s very fancy/On Old Delancey….”
    Some Manhattan would be wonderful if I win the give away. Thanks!

  8. At first I thought Midnight would be beautiful…but then I thought Champagne or Flit would be an elegant look. There are too many choices that would give different but beautiful looks.

  9. I would love to have the Jitter and possibly if I can find a source I would make a second in
    Shimmey. They are all so lovely, any of them would be good. Thank you

  10. I would love to knit up the Marbella Tee with Berroco’s Mixer in either the Flit-8101 or Champagne-8119 shade.

  11. Shimmy is beautiful and would be great dressed up or casual. All the colors are beautiful as is the pattern

  12. I would love to make this tee in shimmy. How nice would it look dressed up with a black skirt or dressed down with jeans. My fingers are crossed!🤗

  13. I love this pattern and would love to knit it up with either Inferno for an evening top or stick with my usually bright colors of midnight or jive. They’re all beautiful!

  14. I would knit this beautiful pattern in shimmy. It reminds me of the sea and would be perfect to wear on vacation with shorts.

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