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      Project Ideas — Worsted

      198 Yards of Heaven in Noro Miyabi

      198 Yards of Heaven in Noro Miyabi

      "198 Yards of Heaven" in Noro Miyabi

      In modern Japanese, the word Miyabi usually translated as "elegance," "refinement," or "courtliness" and sometimes to a "sweet loved one". Shandelin knit this beautiful shawlette appropriately named "198 yards of Heaven" when knit in Miyabi.
      Shandelin had this to say about the yarn, "I would have never picked up the yarn to knit a project with because it's so drab, reminded me of a rug. HOWEVER, after knitting with it, I love it! It is so soft and the color way is so pretty once it is knit up. I would totally knit with this again. It would make a beautiful sweater."

      Click Here For Free Pattern "198 Yards of Heaven"

      Noro Miyabi 

      100 grams, 272 yards
      65% Wool 25% Cashmere
      As of 4/13/2021 We have these three colors in stock

      Blue Sky Fibers Woolstok

      As of 3/5 we have the following 13 colors of Blue Sky Fibers Woolstok on the shelves.  We hope to have all available colors in-stock soon.

      Woolstok is a two-ply yarn from the highest quality Peruvian Highland sheep. Extremely soft and rich in color and character with excellent stitch definition. 100% Fine Highland Wool, 50g / 123yds, 6-11 US / 4-8mm.  Full yarn details and full list of colors can be found at this link:  Woolstok Yarn

      Blue Sky Fibers offers many beautiful patterns, including patterns for sweaters, accessories, and home decor.  You can find the pictured patterns and more at this link:  Woolstok Patterns


      Create 3! Hats with 2! Skeins of Urth Worsted.

      Create 3! Hats with 2! Skeins of Urth Worsted.

      Create 3! Hats with 2! Skeins of Urth Worsted.

      Top hat with pom: "Chris' Basic Hat" (no pattern).
      Hat left: "Find Your Way Beanie" by Mandy Coffeen.
      Hat Right: "Urth Fair Isle Hat" by Molly Conroy with slight mod to make less "slouchy." 

      We used one skein of Urth Uneek Worsted and one skein of Urth Harvest Worsted to knit these three fun hats.  Each one looks different and unique!  Click the links above for pattern information. 

      Pictured below are the colors of Urth worsted we received in recently. 

      The "Langley" Sweater designed by by Amy Christoffers For Berroco

      The "Langley" Sweater designed by by Amy Christoffers For Berroco

      The "Langley" Sweater designed by by Amy Christoffers For Berroco Is a FREE Pattern. Size Inclusive & Affordable.

      Using Millefiori and Vintage in a gorgeous colorwork yoke, we know that the Langley Pullover may jump to the top of your "must make" list.

      Craft:  Knit
      Skill Level:  Intermediate
      We have pulled some color combinations suggestions, or you can come in and choose your own.  Don't see a color you like?  We can drop ship any Berroco Yarn to you for a $7.00 drop ship fee. 
      Below is information from Berroco's Pattern Page. 
      You can find the pattern here:


      Bust: (35¾, 41½, 45¼) [49, 52¾, 56½] {60¼, 64, 67¾}" / (91, 105.5, 115) [124.5, 134, 143.5] {153, 162.5, 172} cm 

      Length: (23½, 23¾, 23¾) [23¾, 24, 24¼] {24¼, 24¾, 24¾}" / (59.5, 60.5, 60.5) [60.5, 61, 61.5] {61.5, 63, 63} cm 

      Shown in size 41½" / 105.5 cm. Recommended ease: 2–4" / 5–10 cm positive ease.


      BERROCO VINTAGE (100 grs): (4, 4, 5) [5, 6, 6] {6, 7, 7} hanks #51168 Petals (MC) 

      BERROCO MILLEFIORI (100 grs): (1, 1, 2) [2, 2, 2] {2, 2, 2} balls #7885 Lupin (CC)


      16" / 40 cm and 32" / 80 cm circular needles, sizes 6 / 4 mm and 8 / 5 mm or size to obtain gauge 

      1 set each double-pointed needles, sizes 6 / 4 mm and 8 / 5 mm 

      1 stitch marker 

      Waste yarn to hold sleeve stitches


      17 sts and 24 rows = 4" / 10 cm in St st on larger needles

      Pattern Corrections: 

      PDF has been updated with the following correction:


      Short Row 4 (WS): Purl to beg-of-rnd marker, sm, purl to the w&t, keeping the wrap on the WS of work, pick up the wrap and purl it together with its stich, p4, w&t.

      -posted 1/12/21