Warm Madder Hues in the last of Baskerville DK

August 29, 2019

Warm Madder Hues in the last of Baskerville DK

The Baskerville DK is slowly trickling away but I decided to dye some warm hues and a dark in the last of the original blend, as it is so perfect for autumn knits and colourwork! You can now find Midnight, Madder and Sumac in shop in the thicker weight to use as DK, or holding double with Hythe kid silk for a delicious Aran/Worsted weight project.

From left: Midnight, Madder and Sumac

Wondering what you can make with this ethically produced blend? How about a stunningly cabled Midding cardigan by Renée Callahan?

Sari Nordland's beautiful Poetria would also make for an heirloom knit. I've knit it in fingering weight held with Hythe kid silk below, but would look just as stunning in straight DK!

Or maybe a Sorella Sleeveless Top by Kari Helene Rane, for a layer you can wear over everything!

If you will be at Oslo Strikkefestival next weekend, come and see it in the booth. If not, you can find limited quantities in shop now!

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