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Twinflower

Lace inset detailing on the new Twinflower pullover. Photo by Jamie Dixon. Modeled by Mary-Heather Cogar.

Lace inset detailing on the new Twinflower pullover. Photo by Jamie Dixon. Modeled by Mary-Heather Cogar.

The new Fall 2010 Twist Collective was released today and I’m so excited to see the beautiful design Amy Herzog (aka stashknitrepeat) has created from our Merino Silk DK. “Twinflower” is a fingering/sport-weight pullover with classic styling and delicate details. And I’m so enamoured with the lace insets at the sleeve edges. I’m looking forward to seeing all the projects that come out of this lovely design.

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About Felicia Lo

founder + creative director of SweetGeorgia // designer + dreamer // wife + mama // dyer, knitter, spinner, weaver, youtuber + author // been writing this blog about colour and craft since 2004 // see what I am making @lomeetsloom and @sweetgeorgia.

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8 thoughts on “Twinflower

  1. Kate says:

    Gorgeous! I was drawn to this design right away and your yarn was the perfect choice for it.

  2. Kate says:

    Gorgeous! I was drawn to this design right away and your yarn was the perfect choice for it.

  3. Holli Yeoh says:

    Amy’s design caught my eye on my first glance through the new Twist Collective. I bet it’s just scrumptious in your Merino Silk DK.

  4. Holli Yeoh says:

    Amy’s design caught my eye on my first glance through the new Twist Collective. I bet it’s just scrumptious in your Merino Silk DK.

  5. Chelsea says:

    I remember seeing an organization method for needles that I thought would be handy. I can’t find the picture any longer but it was a long cloth rectangle that hung on the wall. Double layered cloth with just simple stitched separations about 1/2″ separations and then you pull the circular needles through so that they hang off each side of the cloth but you can easily see the needles. You can even label each pouch and put all your 3.75 mm in one pouch but you can see them all easily.
    Good luck with your needles. I love your yarn!

    1. sweetgeorgia says:

      @Chelsea Thanks Chelsea! Yes, I think you’re talking about the “Circular Solution” that some knitters are using here… basically the same as the Lantern Moon circular needle organizer that I have too (except that mine doesn’t have the handy numbers on it). I think my greatest trouble with it was the amount of “visual noise” with seeing all the ends of the knitting needles sticking out… But I do love this photo of Norah Gaughan’s needle collection… with exactly that circular organization method you are talking about…

  6. Chelsea says:

    I remember seeing an organization method for needles that I thought would be handy. I can’t find the picture any longer but it was a long cloth rectangle that hung on the wall. Double layered cloth with just simple stitched separations about 1/2″ separations and then you pull the circular needles through so that they hang off each side of the cloth but you can easily see the needles. You can even label each pouch and put all your 3.75 mm in one pouch but you can see them all easily.
    Good luck with your needles. I love your yarn!

    1. sweetgeorgia says:

      @Chelsea Thanks Chelsea! Yes, I think you’re talking about the “Circular Solution” that some knitters are using here… basically the same as the Lantern Moon circular needle organizer that I have too (except that mine doesn’t have the handy numbers on it). I think my greatest trouble with it was the amount of “visual noise” with seeing all the ends of the knitting needles sticking out… But I do love this photo of Norah Gaughan’s needle collection… with exactly that circular organization method you are talking about…

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