August 15, 2013
I've always been a sucker for cashmere. Add a dusting of silk, give it an unusual twist, and I'm reaching for the needles.
Our friends at Zealana have taken things even further: They've combined cashmere and silk with New Zealand's luxury export, possum down. The result is Zealana Air, a tender, decadent, and unusual yarn. Shall we swatch?
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On the Cover
Air at rest. Stitch pattern: Horseshoe Print from the Harmony Guides: 101 Stitches to Knit
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