aspergillum

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fresh and airy pullovers with an easy fit are summer essentials, especially for travelers. the aspergillum tunic (or crop top), is a great example—pull it on as a beach coverup or pair it with strappy sandals and a cami for evening cocktails—this piece has multiple lives. knit here in deliciously cool hempshaugh lace (color buckwheat), it […]

sea fret cardigan

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as soon as i finished knitting my sea fret pullover, i knew i wanted a cardigan version—its light airy fit and feel just had to be translated into a garment i could open and close to suit the temperature. sea fret cardigan has all the same characteristics as its sibling pullover—versatile, unisex, and completely easy to […]

sea fret pullover

Posted on 2 CommentsPosted in Bare Naked Wools, designing, patterns

who doesn’t love an easy to knit, multiseason, go-anywhere pullover to knit for yourself or that special other? sea fret is all that and more—versatile, unisex, and completely easy to wear, it is sweater dressing at its most comfy. choose between v-neck and crew neck options to suit your taste or make one of each! it’s certainly […]

deep dive

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if you’re on our mailing list, then you’ve been receiving many emails these last two weeks, each revealing a new pattern release from the Bare Naked Wools 2018 Ensemble collection. and now it’s finally time to show you my contribution—deep dive, a refined, lightweight pullover in ten sizes to knit in better breakfast fingering or any of […]