The Fibre Co.
Knitted alone, Cirro creates a delightfully soft, haloed fabric that is light as a feather and easily worn next to the skin. It also knits beautifully held double with several other yarns from The Fibre Co. including Cumbria Fingering and Meadow.
Elderberry by Renée CallahanDid you notice Renée's latest design the Elderberry popping up on social media everywhere? I, for one, sure sat up and paid attention.
Made in the super-lush Cirro by the Fibre Co, this is one of those jumpers that looks so much more complicated than what they are. Suitable for enthusiastic beginners I would say, as Renée's pattern writing skills are superb. She will guide you through each step, making sure that all techniques are clearly explained.
Elderberry is a seamless pullover featuring a two-colour garter stitch pattern with striking single-colour columns running from the neck, down the body and arms to the hem and cuffs. These stripes give a contemporary sporty look, softened by the gentle halo of Cirro.
Garment Chest Circumference (at underarm): 88.5 100: 111.5: 123: 134.5: 140: 151.5: 163: 174.5 cm (35.5 40: 44.5: 53.75: 49.25: 56: 60.5: 65.25: 69.75 in)
Yarn requirements are:
Colour A - 2 3: 3: 3: 3: 4: 4: 4: 4 hanks and Colour B - 2 2: 3: 3: 3: 3: 3: 3: 4 hanks
Pictured in Seraphic and Exquisite
|Manufacturer||The Fibre Co.|
|Fibre||40% Suri Alpaca, 40% Organic Cotton and 20% Merino wool|
|Recommended Needle Size||4 mm / US6|
|Gauge||23st – 10cm/4“|
|Meterage||225m/246yrds – 50g|
|Care Instructions||Wash by hand|