March 20, 2008
Last week it was 9 degrees outside, yesterday it was in the upper 40s, and today it's snowing. What is a knitter to do when the weather won't make up its mind?
We turn to transitional yarns, whose blended fibers cater to warm and cold weather alike. This week I show you one such transitional yarn that blends linen, baby alpaca, and wool. It's called Soft Linen, and as I discovered, the name isn't an oxymoron.
In the Forum: Out of the Woodwork
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