Book 6 Pattern Feature: Lobos, Mar del Cabo, and Mejilliones
This entry was posted on 12th November, 2014 .Our very last Malabrigo Book 6: in Cabo Polonio pattern feature post! We're doing three this time - Lobos, Mar del Cabo, and Mejilliones! Lobos by Malia Mather are looooong chevron mittens- no gap between the mitts and coat sleeves here! They are a fun take on "opera gloves" (you know, those long elegant satiny gloves)... opera mittens! They feature turned hems with matching thumbs and fingertips, knit in several colors of Rios. Mar del Cabo by Ysolda Teague is a delight to wear in cozy Twist. A textured stitch pattern adds just a touch of detail to the hem, collar, and down the sleeve, while the stockinette body makes it nice and quick to knit. (Unfortunately I don't have snapshots of this one!) Mejilliones is another great cowl by Breean Elyse Miller! This time in Rastita, which is held double with rotating colors to create a gradient effect. This one would be a lot of fun to experiment with- the possibilities for color combinations are endless. Stick with tone-on-tone for a similar gradient, or go buckwild and see what happens! And that's a wrap! Thanks for joining us as we took a closer look at each pattern. One last time: Malabrigo Book 6: in Cabo Polonio can be found wherever Malabrigo yarn is sold, so check your local yarn store!
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