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In celebration of America, the Rising Tide Cowl is designed using American-grown Targhee wool artistically dyed by Curious Creek Fibers’ own Kristine Bouncer. This fingering-weight yarn is from the new Curious Creek Homegrown Collection. Rustic and warm, this wool is minimally processed, so it has that slightly crunchy feel of vintage yarn.
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
With a beaded lace edging and simple, but charming cabled and lace body, Penelope is as sweet, as she is versatile. Knit in fingering weight, she is light and airy as both as scarf or a shawl. In dk or worsted weight yarns, she is slightly more substantial, but just as flirty.
Featured in Woolgirl’s Cinderella Kit as part of her Once Upon a Time Sock Club.
The artistry of graduated colors in Curious Creek Fibers’ Wasonga yarn makes an impact in this lacey scarf. Made in fingering weight yarn, this is an easy lace design with ruffled borders on each end. The scarf is knit from one end to the other with no seaming.
A simple pattern with dramatic impact, Oblique Scarf is the perfect on-the-go project which is designed in two sizes and can be worn as a scarf or wrap. With a lovely lace edge incorporated into the design and an easy to remember lace pattern making up the length, there are no seams, just an enjoyable knitting experience.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl was created to showcase the beauty and depth of Meru, (51% Wild Tussah Silk / 49% Merino Wool) lace weight yarn from Curious Creek Fibers (curiouscreek.com). All of Curious Creek yarns garner their inspiration and names from reserve and game parks all over the continent of Africa. In honor of this tradition, this shawl was named Ahsan...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl is the second in a series of three created to showcase the beauty and depth of the Meru (51% Wild Tussah Silk / 49% Merino Wool) Septra Series of lace weight yarns from Curious Creek Fibers (curiouscreek.com). All of Curious Creek yarns garner their inspiration and names from reserve and game parks all over the continent of Africa. In...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These socks are knit from the toe up and feature short-row heels and picot cuffs, as well as an addictive lacy mock-cable stitch design. It is a quick and fun knit. The pattern is written for both fingering and sport weight yarns in three sizes each: small, medium, and large.