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Yarns with mesmerizing color transitions add depth and interest to easy garments and charming accessories.
Yarns with exquisite drape are the perfect match for charming garments featuring lacy stitches and ladylike details.
Beautiful lace stitches are showcased in both intriguing multicolored shades and bold solid colors, resulting in a whimsical collection of accessories perfect for any mood.
These statement-making accessories are cleverly designed in soft, cozy yarns, proving that comfort and fashion can easily go hand-in-hand.
A nod to the many colors and florals represented in Frida Kahlo’s fabulous style, Folk Art is a collection of bold garments and accessories made with Berroco Fuji and Captiva, which are worked together to challenge and inspire knitters with beautiful colorwork and shimmering texture.
Berroco Portfolio is a collaboration between the Berroco Design Team and a few of our favorite independent designers. Portfolio Vol. 1 celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Berroco’s Ultra Alpaca yarn line, inviting designers to work with their choice of the four weights to create innovative and timeless wardrobe pieces.
Combining today’s freshest designs with classic Berroco yarns, Portfolio Vol. 2 picks up where Vol. 1 left off. The 17 brand-new knitting patterns from noteworthy designers were created with the four different weights of Berroco Ultra Alpaca and three weights of Berroco Vintage, providing numerous opportunities to knit all-year accessories and fantastic garments.
This collection features the Beagle, Cuvier, Feldspar, and Jura scarves knit in some of our favorite Berroco yarns including Vintage, Ultra Alpaca, Ultra Alpaca Light, and Ultra Alpaca Chunky. While you’re at it, check out the handsome matching sweaters for each of these scarves.
Norah Gaughan has imagined an atmospheric collection inspired by angles, twists, and turns. The beautiful garments are knitted in subdued whites, presenting the stunning knitted structures, reminiscent of architectural forms in the 30’s and 40’s.
Norah Gaughan has designed a beautiful collection of cabled garments and accessories heavily influenced by a foggy maritime story of the sea, washed up ropes, and a quiet landscape. With these themes in mind, the pieces were knit with braided and twisting forms, in a beautiful palette of neutrals.