Meadow from the Fibre Co.
Be they coastal, wooded or alpine, meadows are important ecosystems housing local fauna and serving as a fertile growing ground for flora of many varieties. Usually filled with grasses and other non-woody plants, the theme of lightness is everywhere in a meadow. What better name for a lace weight yarn?
Meadow is a blend of luxury fibers: baby llama; fine merino wool; silk, and linen—this 2 ply yarn is slightly heavier than a typical lace weight yarn.
Meadow's versatility enables it to be knit on a variety of needle sizes and in a wide array of projects. The crisp hand and stitch definition of linen with the sheen of silk is perfectly complimented by the softness of baby llama and fine merino.
Yarn weight: Heavy Lace Hank weight: 100g
Fibre: 40% Merino wool, 25% baby llama, 20% silk, 15% linen
Length: 498m / 545yds per 100g hank
Tension / Gauge: 32–36 sts / 10 cm / 4 in
Needle size: 2.25—3.25 mm / 1—3 US
Care: Gently hand wash colours separately in cool water. We recommend alternating hanks as you work to give an overall blended appearance.
The pattern shown above is Irish Sea by Susanna Winter. Irish Sea is an easy to wear triangle shawl with beautiful drape and fluidity. The crisp stitch definition from Meadow emphasises the rhythmic garter stitch and delicate lace as it travels down the edge of the shawl. The size can be adjusted, according to your taste, by knitting more or less repeats. It calls for 1 to 2 skeins of Meadow.
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