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tired of bulky winter wraps, but not brave enough to bare your neck to the nipping wind? a swirl of lace-and-cables fringed with border of crystals makes a light-but-cozy layer to transition you through to spring.

shown above in dye dreams twinkle toes, a drapey merino/tencel blend, colorway, lavender.

shown below in dye dreams dream sox, a silky merino/nylon blend, colorway, passion flower.

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thanks to my friends, mona and stephanie at dye dreams provided the beautiful yarns for these sample projects.
and to our beloved kim at the woolen rabbit did a test knit with her own lovely opulence yarn—check it out by visiting her blog.
and also to rachel for proofreading the pattern for production.

david has a few more photos we want to show you

18 thoughts on “hoarfrost

  1. Another stunner! Both versions look so comfy, besides being very pretty. And I agree with Kim about the last photo!

  2. Just lovely! Would the pattern be difficult to leave the edging off? I don’t know if that part is for me, or not. I might be surprised. It really is pretty!

  3. Lovely! Have you ever considered designing one with a fastening? I have hair I can almost sit on, and there is no way I can get one of these on-especially when my hair is up! The only fastening ones I have found are heavy cabled versions. I would love to have a nice lacy one-and the back of my neck gets cold with updos!

  4. Woman, you are going to bankrupt me! I’m saving up to do a bulk pattern order – it might look less suspect than 15+ individual orders…

  5. I’m so glad you named it Hoarfrost!!! I love it, love it, love it!!! You know what follows hoarfrost…Rime frost!!! Can I bribe you for a sock pattern (Mwahahahaha)??? 😉 pleeeeeeez!!

  6. Anne – I’ve been out for 10 days and am just catching up with all your lovely knitting. David’s Jacket is utter perfection. What a perfect fit. I am speechless over those flawless pockets. This hoarfrost creation is stunning. It looks like handknit jewelry. What a wonderful creation.

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