It’s so fun when a new yarn arrives. Shiny. Full of possibilities. Ready for swatching and the contemplation of designs. Our latest introduction is Santorini, and boy, are there a lot of possibilities! We’ve come up with some patterns that allow the yarn to sing – all found in the pattern book called Along the Shore.
Looking for something easy? Try Naushon - as shown on the cover, it’s a lovely wrap that will handle any spring-like chill. Or make it narrower
|Naushon knit in Santorini|
And then there’s the Sankaty cardigan.
|Sankaty knit in Santorini|
A great sweater for just about anyone. And how about a cute tank top? Nashawena fits the bill.
|Nashawena knit in Sanibel and Santorini|
In all the excitement about patterns in Santorini (Sanibel’s cousin – you can knit any of these patterns in Sanibel too!), let’s not overlook some other great patterns in Along the Shore.
Tuckernuck in Sprout – a cropped cardigan for spring.
|Tuckernuck knit in Sprout|
Squibnocket in Chesapeake – looking for an easy-to-wear skirt? This is it!
|Squibnocket knit in Chesapeake|
And two adorable tunics: Madaket in Firefly and Katama in Seeding. Throw on over white pants and you’re all set for the beach picnic!
|Madaket knit in Firefly Katama knit in Seedling|
We also have three cute tops: Nonatum in Provence, Montauk in Cerro, and Tashmoo in Mesa. Pick the one that best suits your style (or all three?) and you have the summer season covered.
|Nonatum knit in Provence | Montauk knit in Cerro | Tashmoo knit in Mesa|
Along the Shore can be found at your LYS, or online at ravelry.com. You can also find individual patterns on ravelry – stop by your LYS for them to help you make the purchase and while you’re there, they can help you find Santorini and other great yarns right in their shop!