Saturday, August 9, 2014

Patternum Novum :: Aeris

A new day, a new pattern...my first collaboration with The Plucky Knitter is up on Ravelry and I couldn't be more excited. Meet Aeris:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/aeris

Aeris (Latin for of copper) is a slightly asymmetrical triangular wrap knit in textured and eyelet-y stitch patterns with Plucky's ultra-luxurious Bello Worsted yarn. I love how the yarn takes the stitch patterns...

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/aeris

and I love how this fun shape allows the wrap to be worn by wrapping just one long end around you instead of two. (Less dangling.) And when you add stripes? Hoo boy, it's even better.

http://www.thepluckyknitter.com/blog/
© The Plucky Knitter

http://www.thepluckyknitter.com/blog/
© The Plucky Knitter

Aeris will be available as part of exclusive kits that will go live on The Plucky Knitter blog tomorrow, Sunday, August 10th, at 6pm EDT -- so mark your calendars! Sarah will be offering two and three skein kits (the three skein-ers make a larger shawl like hers) with her Bello Worsted, Cozy, and Scholar yarn bases, as well as some stunning stripe sets (which you can see right now on the Plucky Knitter blog).


You can find out more about Aeris - sizing, yardage, specifications - on Ravelry right here.

And don't forget to click over to the Plucky Knitter blog tomorrow at 6pm Eastern time!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

That is gorgeous! Thank you!

Julie Crawford said...

so beautiful!! I love the colourful stripes version, but both are so lovely. Great pattern!

Jodi said...

Ooh, I love Aeris! I'm behind on blogs and am just seeing this now. The Plucky Knitter dyes such lovely yarns, too.