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Flechir in detail
This grey day is making me want to wrap some tweedy cashmere around my neck. If it were as pretty as my pal Marnie's Flechir, that would make it even better. Let's check her out in detail.
Let's start at the very beginning. It's a very good place to start.
Lacey chevrons... or arrows (hence the name "flechir")
I'm a sucker for a shawl with multiple points.
Twist Stye Friday: Epiphany
Every Friday we feature one of the garments from the magazine in a post about styling. We suggest different ways to wear the garment in question using mock-ups from Polyvore. We encourage readers to tell us what they think about these outfits via our Facebook page or Twitter, and if folks want to make their own outfits, please tweet them at us with the hashtag #twiststyle. You can find all of the Style Friday posts here.
Epiphany is one of the sweaters to get the epic Swatch It treatment in our newest issue. Have you looked at that article? We took 12 stunning sweaters from past issues of Twist and knit them in different yarns. We did it for you. We also have the patterns parcelled as an e-book, and deeply discounted. I'm just telling you, because I think you should know. I'm hoping you like getting a deal as much as I do. Like when I got a leather jacket last week because it was 70% off, which saved me six hundred dollars I never would have spent.
I think you might want to make this sweater.
I think I want to make this sweater, and I don't like colorwork, or gradients on garments, or high-neck pullovers. It is just so gosh darn pretty I can barely manage. I might be inclined to flip the black and the white, mostly because I am really good at spilling things on myself and so a pale sweater like that just seems like a risky proposition.
Epiphany is a snuggly sweater you can wear to read yourself poetry and drink tea in a cozy chair, but I want you to take her out on the town. Take her on a date to eat shaved ice with fresh fruit even though it's not quite hot enough yet (thus the sweater). Take her to a karaoke night and sing something adorable. Take her someplace a little fancy, and drink a drink the comes with something whimsical on the rim of your glass, like a curl of cedar or a pickled pepper. Wear great shoes.
How will you wear Epiphany?
Throwback Thursday: Sanderling
I spent the first half of this week at a friend's lake house. It snowed during our drive up, which mostly dashed my dreams of getting into the lake. The sun shone a bunch during our walks along the rocky beach, afternoons drinking tea indoors, and forest hikes.
It was perfect weather for Sanderling.
The allover lace gives it a little breeziness, but Sanderling is still a snuggly thing.
The light scalloping at the bottom makes it look polished, even as a garment that is mostly for coziness.
You can make Sanderling out of anything you like, but she was designed with this yarn in mind, which is made from recycled jeans. So that is kind of cool. I think it's perfect in this pearly grey, but the Lava and Forest colorways are the ones I would gravitate towards.
Déjà Vu ebook available
My cold has left me not in the mood for a selfie, so here's the pretty cuff with a pretty bracelet
It's a surprisingly chilly (well, I do live in Canada so it's not THAT surprising) spring day here so what better way to feel snuggly than a cashmere sweater?! I am wearing just that in the form of Flux so I figured I'd take this opportunity to remind you all that there's a fantastic ebook available. It's got 12 amazing patterns in there and it's only $36 for the whole book!
Color me: Cassabana
Hey friends. What do I do when I have a sore throat and someone said the word "snow" in the weather forecast? I play with photoshop and imagine pretty knits. How about this one today? It's Cassabana in Classic Elite Yarns Cerro.