Popular on Instagram for November, 2018

This entry was posted on 5th December, 2018 by .

And just like that it's the last month of the year and the holidays are approaching! How are your preparations for the end of 2018 and the start of 2019?
Before getting carried away with the holidays, though, lets check out what November had in store for us in term of the most favourite posts on our Instagram feed.

Carbeth by Kate Davies, knitted by ravelry user jvancott, using malabrigo Rios in Lettuce

Driftless Mitts by Black Cat Knitting Company using malabrigo Rios in Frank Ochre and Cloud Sunshine

Toph by Woolly Wormhead, knitted by ravelry user fabricoftime, using malabrigo Dos Tierras in Sunset and Paris Night

Perky Little Hat by Sharon Lentsch, using malabrigo Rasta in Diana

Skein of malabrigo Mechita in Paprika. Posted to Instagram by @yarnoverberlin 

Wonderful choices, don't you think?

Don't forget that you can have your voice heard too, by liking your favourite posts on our feed :)

See you in 2019 to see what the last month of 2018 brings us!


We really enjoy showcasing the work knitters do with our yarns, and have dedicated most of our presence online to do so. Obviously one of the reasons is it's the best way to show our product, for others to see how it looks when worked up in different patterns, but we also think it's important to put a big spotlight on the knitters out there that do a wonderful job.

It's in this spirit that we would like to leave in the blog the 5 projects that you liked best from our Instagram account, as a sort of snapshot of the month.

Projects of Many Colors

This entry was posted on 17th July, 2017 by .

While I was browsing through some projects on the Ravelry database I was struck by the sheer variety of beautiful color combinations made in malabrigo yarn that the talented knitters there have put together. There you can choose from over 300 different colors from all the bases malabrigo has to offer, so I thought it would be fun to highlight some of these projects that used 4 or more colors from malabrigo!

Raveler Tristaran created this absolutely amazing stocking for a swap. It uses the Merino Worsted base in Pollen, Natural, Sunset, Teal Feather, Solis. She incorporated two different colorwork charts into the Socks Two at a Time On a Magic Loop pattern to create this truly unique project. Wouldn’t you have loved to be her swap partner?


Raveler Zapasi chose to use malabrigo Lace to downsize the popular Find Your Fade  shawl and I can only imagine how amazingly soft this finished piece is.  For her fading colors she chose Frank Ochre, Mariposa, Lettuce, Indecita, Bobby Blue, Arco Iris, and Holly hock and called it a “Spring Fade”. It is truly a show stopping shawl.


Another project made in malabrigo Lace was by Raveler Vevka who stuck with a purple color palette to knit her own version of Nuvem . By combining Frost Pink, Cuarzon, Whales Road, and Azul Bolita she created a monochromatic masterpiece that drapes beautifully and wears like a dream.


For a heavier weight shawl, Raveler Lbucci3 opted for Merino Worsted to make her Om Shawl  Using the perfect Pearl as a neutral, her additions of Frank Ochre, Verde Adriana, and Bijou Blue make this super-sized shawl as stylish as it is cozy.


Of course I had to find something in Sock and Raveler Java03mama used a total of seven different colors to create what she called her Lifesavers version of On the Spice Market. The colors Terracotta, Natural, Lettuce, Persia, Solis, Eggplant and Ochre all come together beautifully to create a cheerful accessory that looks totally fun to wear.


And finally, clocking in with a whopping variety of 9 colors Raveler deezknitzpgh lovingly made an amazing Bounce Blanket in Rios. Using Natural to seperate all of the amazing colors she striped her way through the spectrum from Frank Ochre, Apple Green, Fresco Y Seco, Lettuce, Teal Feather, Paris Night, Pearl Ten, and all the way to Plomo. That is one lucky baby!

So the next time you are feeling like there isn’t enough color in your life remember that you can always brighten things up with malabrigo!


In memoriam of Elena Nodel.

This entry was posted on 19th June, 2017 by .

Stylish Lines by Elena Nodel, from Book 9 - Niños, using malabrigo Rios in Purpuras and Archangel

With this post we would like to honor the memory of Elena Nodel, also known as Anadiomena.

She was a wonderful and loved member of the knitting community and an amazing designer. She will always be with us each time each of us choose to knit a stitch to create something out of one of her patterns.

Valanar Hat by Elena Nodel, using malabrigo Rios in Coco

Elena, we will miss you.