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Modern Colorwork & Giveaway

When I met Miriam Felton back in 2009, she was already becoming established as a contemporary knitwear designer. Her focus was lace and gorgeous lace shawls at the time and she even designed this luxurious looking Nefertiti Wrap with our CashSilk Lace all those years ago. Today, Miriam designs knitwear of all sorts — socks, sweaters, accessories — you name it. But this new collection is perhaps Miriam’s first foray into colourwork knitting.

The Modern Colorwork Collection by Miriam Felton is a set of six new colourwork designs that have been inspired by modern quilt designs (like little hexagons or Flying Geese) as well as new takes on traditional colourwork motifs (Norwegian star motif PLUS the Tumbling Blocks quilt design). Miriam is releasing one pattern a day on her blog and all the patterns are available in eBook format on Ravelry now.

Today’s release is the Willis Triangles Cardigan that Miriam knit up in our SweetGeorgia Superwash DK. Here’s how she describes it:

The multi-sized triangle motif of this pattern was inspired by both the traditional quilt pattern of Flying Geese and the abstract expressionist paintings of Thornton Willis, for whom this sweater is named. The triangular fold-back lapels echo the colorwork, and the facings of hem and sleeve both sport their own colorwork designs. All facings are worked attached to the main sweater body, then joined (or in the case of the neck facings, stitched) together toward the inside.

  • Yarn: DK weight yarn, 1040{1180, 1310, 1450, 1590, 1730, 1800} yds of MC, 80{90, 100, 110, 125, 135, 145} yds of CC1, 40{45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 75} yards each of CC2, CC3, & CC4. Shown in SweetGeorgia Superwash DK (100% Superwash Merino Wool; 256 yds/115g) in Birch (MC), Tumbled Stone (CC1), Cayenne (CC2), Raspberry (CC3), Ginger (CC4)
  • Needles: 32-inch circular in 3.5mm (US4) and 3.75mm (US5) or size needed to obtain gauge; DPNs, magic loop, or other preferred method for small circumferences in both sizes for the sleeves.
  • Gauge: 22 sts & 32 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) square in stockinette on larger needles after blocking.
  • Finished Sizes: XS{S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X} corresponding to finished bust of 30{34.5, 38, 42.5, 46, 50.5, 54} inches (75.5{86.25, 95.5, 106.25, 115.5, 126.25, 135.5}cm). Sample shown in 38” size on 37” bust. See schematic for specific measurements.
  • Notions: crochet hook & waste yarn for provisional cast on, 7 buttons (3/8”), tapestry needle
  • Pattern Includes: colorwork chart, written instructions
  • Stitches Used: knit, purl, k2tog, stitches slipped wyib & wyif, ssk, m1L, m1R, placing and slipping markers, wrap & turn short rows in garter stitch, kf&b, yarnover.

The body of this sweater is knit flat in one piece from hem to armholes. The fronts and back are then divided and worked separately using raglan shaping. The fronts are continued beyond the shoulders in colorwork, reversing the neck edge shaping to create the fold-back colorwork collar facing. The sleeves are knit in the round to the armhole, then worked flat and seamed into the body to give additionally stability to support the substantial fold-back collar. A back collar piece is picked up and knitted on, and then narrow front button bands are picked up and knitted on. The inside collar facings are sewn down to the inside of the sweater.

Modern Colorwork Giveaway!

Miriam has been generous enough to offer up a copy of the Modern Colorwork Collection eBook to one of our lovely readers. And we’re chipping in with three skeins of Tough Love Sock to knit up the small version of the Chromaticity Cowl. It takes just one colour each to make her very contemporary looking little hexagon cowl, and we picked a couple colours that would match up nicely for a warm, sweet colour combination.

Here’s the rules and how to enter:

  • Leave me a comment here, telling me which pattern in the “Modern Colorwork Collection” you most want to knit and why!
  • Be sure to include your email address or Ravelry ID or some way for me to contact you.
  • One entry per person, open to international entries too.
  • Giveaway ends one week from today — 11:59pm on Thursday, August 15th.

I’ll randomly draw a winner next week! Until then, happy knitting!

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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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417 thoughts on “Modern Colorwork & Giveaway

  1. Jeffi Farquharson says:

    Wow! I love the Chromacity Cowl. I can imagine endless possibilities with this pattern. It will quickly become one of my go-to patterns. I like what you have done here with one row that stands out on its own but I also love the rainbow effect on Ravelry. It is modern and eye catching but depending on the colours used, a version could be made to please just about everyone. I love colourwork best of all, especially with beautiful yarns!
    ~Shantimama on Ravelry

  2. Jeffi Farquharson says:

    Wow! I love the Chromacity Cowl. I can imagine endless possibilities with this pattern. It will quickly become one of my go-to patterns. I like what you have done here with one row that stands out on its own but I also love the rainbow effect on Ravelry. It is modern and eye catching but depending on the colours used, a version could be made to please just about everyone. I love colourwork best of all, especially with beautiful yarns!
    ~Shantimama on Ravelry

  3. Tonya Hyde says:

    I love the DeStijl Wrap. I think it would actually make a beautiful gift for a new mother for a nursing blanket! However, I’m also a cowl junkie, so very much looking forward to the Chromaticity Cowl on a more personal basis :) Ravelry id: madgiddy

  4. Simone says:

    What fabulous patterns! Would love to knit the Congdon Cardigan with the Chromaticity Cowl a close second. My email is quinnsi@hotmail.com

  5. Tonya Hyde says:

    I love the DeStijl Wrap. I think it would actually make a beautiful gift for a new mother for a nursing blanket! However, I’m also a cowl junkie, so very much looking forward to the Chromaticity Cowl on a more personal basis :) Ravelry id: madgiddy

  6. Simone says:

    What fabulous patterns! Would love to knit the Congdon Cardigan with the Chromaticity Cowl a close second. My email is quinnsi@hotmail.com

  7. LisaBurrito says:

    I wish I was an advanced enough knitter to do the Congdon Cardigan – I love that it is a modest grey with a bold pop of intense colourwork. But the Chromaticity Cowl seems more doable for my experience level and is fabulous too.

  8. LisaBurrito says:

    I wish I was an advanced enough knitter to do the Congdon Cardigan – I love that it is a modest grey with a bold pop of intense colourwork. But the Chromaticity Cowl seems more doable for my experience level and is fabulous too.

  9. AJB30 on Ravelry says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl — such a great graphic print. Totally on my to-knit list :)

  10. AJB30 on Ravelry says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl — such a great graphic print. Totally on my to-knit list :)

  11. Zaelia-Blue says:

    In the future, when I feel like a more advanced knitter, I’d love to knit the Willis Triangles Cargidan. I love the pop of colour on those shapely lapels! Plus, I like the story behind the design – Zaelia-Blue on Ravelry

  12. Callie says:

    I [would] LOVE the hexagon piece, Chromaticity Cowl! And the colors are beautiful! CallieP on Ravelry be me :)

  13. Arlyn Bantog says:

    I’d love to knit the DeStijl Wrap! I really like the modern look of the blocks of colour. And it looks so cozy!
    Ravelry ID: P-NutGallery

  14. Margaret Briggs says:

    I’d love to knit up the Chromaticity Cowl! Short, and sweet. Thanks for sponsoring the giveaway, you can find me on Ravelry as MaggieBelize.

  15. Zaelia-Blue says:

    In the future, when I feel like a more advanced knitter, I’d love to knit the Willis Triangles Cargidan. I love the pop of colour on those shapely lapels! Plus, I like the story behind the design – Zaelia-Blue on Ravelry

  16. Callie says:

    I [would] LOVE the hexagon piece, Chromaticity Cowl! And the colors are beautiful! CallieP on Ravelry be me :)

  17. Arlyn Bantog says:

    I’d love to knit the DeStijl Wrap! I really like the modern look of the blocks of colour. And it looks so cozy!
    Ravelry ID: P-NutGallery

  18. Margaret Briggs says:

    I’d love to knit up the Chromaticity Cowl! Short, and sweet. Thanks for sponsoring the giveaway, you can find me on Ravelry as MaggieBelize.

  19. Treen says:

    Oh My! Everything is lovely in this pattern book! I do however love shawls and I’m struck with the DeStijl wrap.

  20. Treen says:

    Oh My! Everything is lovely in this pattern book! I do however love shawls and I’m struck with the DeStijl wrap.

  21. anniebeeknits says:

    I’ve told Myriam this via Ravelry, too, but it bears repeating here. She has really outdone herself with this collection! The Chromacity Cowl is chic and bang on trend, especially with the colourways she picked AND the one you show here. The Willis Triangles sweater is so unlike anything else I’ve seen, and yet so stylish and so tailored-looking… Bravo!

  22. I’ve told Myriam this via Ravelry, too, but it bears repeating here. She has really outdone herself with this collection! The Chromacity Cowl is chic and bang on trend, especially with the colourways she picked AND the one you show here. The Willis Triangles sweater is so unlike anything else I’ve seen, and yet so stylish and so tailored-looking… Bravo!

  23. Angi Hepp Sparks says:

    I would love to knit the Willis triangles cardigan. I love the colorwork! I want to challenge my skills & really there is nothing better than snuggling into a cardigan on cool fall day! Colorwork would be new to me but I am definitely up for the challenge! thank you for your beautiful designs, kudos! my ravelry id is knittingsparks email is angi394@gmail.com
    thank you for the opportunity to win one of your gorgeous patterns & yarn to recreate!

  24. Angi Hepp Sparks says:

    I would love to knit the Willis triangles cardigan. I love the colorwork! I want to challenge my skills & really there is nothing better than snuggling into a cardigan on cool fall day! Colorwork would be new to me but I am definitely up for the challenge! thank you for your beautiful designs, kudos! my ravelry id is knittingsparks email is angi394@gmail.com
    thank you for the opportunity to win one of your gorgeous patterns & yarn to recreate!

  25. Sheila says:

    The Chromaticity Cowl is my favorite. Love the Condgon Cardigan too, but I think I’d use the cowl more.

  26. Sheila says:

    The Chromaticity Cowl is my favorite. Love the Condgon Cardigan too, but I think I’d use the cowl more.

  27. Colleen says:

    The Chromicity cowl is my fav!
    cdiddy on ravelry

  28. Colleen says:

    The Chromicity cowl is my fav!
    cdiddy on ravelry

  29. Louise says:

    Definitely the Chromacity Cowl! I can see myself having tons of fun matching up different colours :) Ravelry: Ladybugaloo

  30. Louise says:

    Definitely the Chromacity Cowl! I can see myself having tons of fun matching up different colours :) Ravelry: Ladybugaloo

  31. mywynne says:

    Definitely the Willis Triangles Cardigan, but in Moroccan blues and aquas and teals for my new fiancee, because she would look amazing in it. Also the DeStijl wrap, because it is simply fab. mwynne(at)gmail

  32. Definitely the Willis Triangles Cardigan, but in Moroccan blues and aquas and teals for my new fiancee, because she would look amazing in it. Also the DeStijl wrap, because it is simply fab. mwynne(at)gmail

  33. Jen says:

    Both Chromacity Cowl and Congdon look fantastic! Miriam did a great job designing all the patterns. (runwithjen on rav)

  34. Jen says:

    Both Chromacity Cowl and Congdon look fantastic! Miriam did a great job designing all the patterns. (runwithjen on rav)

  35. Noranda Arnett says:

    My favourite pattern is definitely Metamerism Pullover because of it’s simplicity and style.

  36. Noranda Arnett says:

    My favourite pattern is definitely Metamerism Pullover because of it’s simplicity and style.

  37. Steven says:

    For me it’s the DeStijl Wrap. Love the use of rectilinear shapes and color blending. Very modern for anyone. – RodeoKnits on Ravelry

  38. Steven says:

    For me it’s the DeStijl Wrap. Love the use of rectilinear shapes and color blending. Very modern for anyone. – RodeoKnits on Ravelry

  39. mvink says:

    Wow! I love the Chromacity Cowl!! I also love the DeStijl wrap; how the colours overlap looks awesome!! All the patterns I’d eventually make but those two are at the top of my list. On ravelry she shows it in rainbow as well as the one colour highlighted in your blog post which looks awesome! I love how it looks highlighting the one colour!! A persone could even do different tones of colour too, like a darker purple on the bottom and work up to a light purple. Endless possibilities. Thank you for the chance to win your awesome giveaway!!

    1. mvink says:

      Sorry, realized I didn’t leave contact info. On ravelry I’m mvink. Email is melissacorivink@hotmail.com

  40. mvink says:

    Wow! I love the Chromacity Cowl!! I also love the DeStijl wrap; how the colours overlap looks awesome!! All the patterns I’d eventually make but those two are at the top of my list. On ravelry she shows it in rainbow as well as the one colour highlighted in your blog post which looks awesome! I love how it looks highlighting the one colour!! A persone could even do different tones of colour too, like a darker purple on the bottom and work up to a light purple. Endless possibilities. Thank you for the chance to win your awesome giveaway!!

    1. mvink says:

      Sorry, realized I didn’t leave contact info. On ravelry I’m mvink. Email is melissacorivink@hotmail.com

  41. Christina says:

    Hard to choose between the Chromacity Cowl and the Metamerism Pullover! The cowl would be a great way to play with different colours and do some stash busting, and I love that the pullover has the colourwork without being fussy. Ravelry ID: Charisch

  42. Christina says:

    Hard to choose between the Chromacity Cowl and the Metamerism Pullover! The cowl would be a great way to play with different colours and do some stash busting, and I love that the pullover has the colourwork without being fussy. Ravelry ID: Charisch

  43. Anne Marie says:

    The Chromaticity Cowl strikes me as a fun color by number that you can pick your own numbers! Rav amchart

  44. Anne Marie says:

    The Chromaticity Cowl strikes me as a fun color by number that you can pick your own numbers! Rav amchart

  45. Arlene Lafosse says:

    I love the Chromacity Cowl and look forward to knitting it – the color possibilities are just endless!

    arlenemarie on Ravelry

  46. Arlene Lafosse says:

    I love the Chromacity Cowl and look forward to knitting it – the color possibilities are just endless!

    arlenemarie on Ravelry

  47. Marilyn Fenton says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl with all the fun colors. Maybe I could even use scraps for the various inside colors. Perfect!
    Wahoomerryf on Rav

  48. Debbie says:

    The Chromaticity Cowl for sure. I’ve been obsessed lately with hexagons. Thanks!

  49. Marilyn Fenton says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl with all the fun colors. Maybe I could even use scraps for the various inside colors. Perfect!
    Wahoomerryf on Rav

  50. Debbie says:

    The Chromaticity Cowl for sure. I’ve been obsessed lately with hexagons. Thanks!

  51. ChristyKitsch says:

    Ohhhh. I want to do the Willis Triangles Cardigan, since this sample is just perfect, plus I love knitting with DK, plus I haven’t yet tried SweetGeorgia Yarn DK, so isn’t that all reason enough? ChristyKitsch on rav

  52. ChristyKitsch says:

    Ohhhh. I want to do the Willis Triangles Cardigan, since this sample is just perfect, plus I love knitting with DK, plus I haven’t yet tried SweetGeorgia Yarn DK, so isn’t that all reason enough? ChristyKitsch on rav

  53. TexasRed on ravelry says:

    Just one? Destijl wrap caught my eye first, and I love the Chromaticity cowl. Both are beautiful, easy to wear, and full of color possibilities!

  54. TexasRed on ravelry says:

    Just one? Destijl wrap caught my eye first, and I love the Chromaticity cowl. Both are beautiful, easy to wear, and full of color possibilities!

  55. Evelien says:

    Oh, what a great collection! The possibilities of colours for the Chromacity Cowl are just endless. I’m ejv on ravelry :-)

  56. Evelien says:

    Oh, what a great collection! The possibilities of colours for the Chromacity Cowl are just endless. I’m ejv on ravelry :-)

  57. Sage Goode says:

    I really love the DeStijl Wrap. There are a lot of colour-work shawls around right now, but there is something so fresh about this design. Although I am intrigued by the Metamerism pullover … in part because I’m looking for something worsted weight so that I can indulge in a whole of your new Trinity yarn!!

    I am Sage on Ravelry

  58. Sage Goode says:

    I really love the DeStijl Wrap. There are a lot of colour-work shawls around right now, but there is something so fresh about this design. Although I am intrigued by the Metamerism pullover … in part because I’m looking for something worsted weight so that I can indulge in a whole of your new Trinity yarn!!

    I am Sage on Ravelry

  59. Kit Le says:

    The Chromaticity cowl, because rainbows… (I am totally an 80’s child…) but the Congdon Cardigan is also pretty interesting. Lower on the list because of large swathes of stockinette, though.

  60. Kit Le says:

    The Chromaticity cowl, because rainbows… (I am totally an 80’s child…) but the Congdon Cardigan is also pretty interesting. Lower on the list because of large swathes of stockinette, though.

  61. Γαρυφαλλιά Κοντογεωργου says:

    I like the most the chromaticity cowl, first because it looks very modern and easy to wear. I knitt only five years and if I win it will be my first colorwork knitting experience.
    Thanks for the opportunity
    garyfallia on raverly
    Garyfallia

  62. Γαρυφαλλιά Κοντογεωργου says:

    I like the most the chromaticity cowl, first because it looks very modern and easy to wear. I knitt only five years and if I win it will be my first colorwork knitting experience.
    Thanks for the opportunity
    garyfallia on raverly
    Garyfallia

  63. Miss Agnes says:

    Without hesitation, the DeStijl wrap. love modern art and seeing it interpreted this way in knitting is fascinating, and beautiful. Would love to win the collection, and of course, your gorgeous yarn. The choice is indeed sweet and lovely.
    Ravelry id : missagnes

  64. Miss Agnes says:

    Without hesitation, the DeStijl wrap. love modern art and seeing it interpreted this way in knitting is fascinating, and beautiful. Would love to win the collection, and of course, your gorgeous yarn. The choice is indeed sweet and lovely.
    Ravelry id : missagnes

  65. Baljinder says:

    Everything looks gorgeous and the structure of the cardigans is to die for. I would definitely make the Congdon Cardigan or the Willis Triangles Cardigan. Ravelry ID: beige

  66. Baljinder says:

    Everything looks gorgeous and the structure of the cardigans is to die for. I would definitely make the Congdon Cardigan or the Willis Triangles Cardigan. Ravelry ID: beige

  67. lainey says:

    The triangle cardi is amazing. Id love to have it! I love how it has just enough pop to make it stand out, but it stays classy.

    1. lainey says:

      Sorry.. the email is gmail … not gmai, lol.

  68. lainey says:

    The triangle cardi is amazing. Id love to have it! I love how it has just enough pop to make it stand out, but it stays classy.

    1. lainey says:

      Sorry.. the email is gmail … not gmai, lol.

  69. tina says:

    I most want to knit Willis Triangles!! So many colour options for the collar would make it almost as much fun to plan as it would be to knit. Sadtomato on Ravelry

  70. tina says:

    I most want to knit Willis Triangles!! So many colour options for the collar would make it almost as much fun to plan as it would be to knit. Sadtomato on Ravelry

  71. sparklerawk says:

    The Willis Triangles Cardigan looks so amazing, I would love to make that! The detailing is fantastic and not overwhelming (hooray!).
    Ravelry: sparklerawk
    Email: elissamerola at gmail.com

  72. Elissa says:

    The Willis Triangles Cardigan looks so amazing, I would love to make that! The detailing is fantastic and not overwhelming (hooray!).
    Ravelry: sparklerawk
    Email: elissamerola at gmail.com

  73. Julia says:

    I love the metamerism pullover, but I love the cowl and DeStijl wrap just as much.
    Ravelry: monpetitlapin

  74. Julia says:

    I love the metamerism pullover, but I love the cowl and DeStijl wrap just as much.
    Ravelry: monpetitlapin

  75. Mitzi says:

    It’s a tough choice between the Congdon cardi vs the Willis Triangles, love the surprise colour work but I’d say Willis. I think it’s the colours that are drawing me in, the earth tones always do it for me. Rav id: itzmitzi

  76. Mitzi says:

    It’s a tough choice between the Congdon cardi vs the Willis Triangles, love the surprise colour work but I’d say Willis. I think it’s the colours that are drawing me in, the earth tones always do it for me. Rav id: itzmitzi

  77. Renée Ferguson says:

    I must knit myself the DeStijl Wrap from your Modern Colorwork Collection! Wraps are always perfect to throw on/throw off and as an art teacher, potter, domestic goddess and “fresh” Aussie wool spinner at the moment {today it’s chilly here in Oz as we’re in the midst of winter just now}, the DeStijl Wrap will be my gorgeous, modern addition to wear with ease. I plan to use my own handspun yarns for this one too:0) You can find me at Ravelry: BrightsideKnitter

  78. Siew says:

    I’m loving the Congdon Cardigan. Its a fun little pop of wow down the middle. All the patterns are great.

  79. Renée Ferguson says:

    I must knit myself the DeStijl Wrap from your Modern Colorwork Collection! Wraps are always perfect to throw on/throw off and as an art teacher, potter, domestic goddess and “fresh” Aussie wool spinner at the moment {today it’s chilly here in Oz as we’re in the midst of winter just now}, the DeStijl Wrap will be my gorgeous, modern addition to wear with ease. I plan to use my own handspun yarns for this one too:0) You can find me at Ravelry: BrightsideKnitter

  80. Siew says:

    I’m loving the Congdon Cardigan. Its a fun little pop of wow down the middle. All the patterns are great.

  81. jl says:

    I honestly would love to attempt the Chromaticity Cowl. I have wanted to try stranded knitting for a while and I find myself very, very intimidated. I love cowls & geometric shapes, so I think this would be the perfect introduction! (ravelry name: recklessdriving)

  82. jl says:

    I honestly would love to attempt the Chromaticity Cowl. I have wanted to try stranded knitting for a while and I find myself very, very intimidated. I love cowls & geometric shapes, so I think this would be the perfect introduction! (ravelry name: recklessdriving)

  83. Tasha says:

    I LOVE the Congdon Cardigan, but it wouldn’t suit my neck as is :( BUT the Chromaticity Cowl is rockin!

    Tishkette on Rav

  84. Tasha says:

    I LOVE the Congdon Cardigan, but it wouldn’t suit my neck as is :( BUT the Chromaticity Cowl is rockin!

    Tishkette on Rav

  85. Carol says:

    It’s got to be the Chromacity Cowl! Colour’s always been healing for me, and the cowl with all its brights is just perfect for that. I love how Miriam’s taken Fair Isle techniques and turned them on their head – these designs are indeed modern (far from traditional) but they won’t make any of the old Scots from the actual Fair Isle turn in their graves!

    I’m carolxann on Ravelry :)

  86. Carol says:

    It’s got to be the Chromacity Cowl! Colour’s always been healing for me, and the cowl with all its brights is just perfect for that. I love how Miriam’s taken Fair Isle techniques and turned them on their head – these designs are indeed modern (far from traditional) but they won’t make any of the old Scots from the actual Fair Isle turn in their graves!

    I’m carolxann on Ravelry :)

  87. Janna says:

    I’m loving the the Willis triangle Cardi, Congdon Cardi and the Destijl Wrap. Heck, they’re all great. Very nice collection. rav: jannamaria

  88. Janna says:

    I’m loving the the Willis triangle Cardi, Congdon Cardi and the Destijl Wrap. Heck, they’re all great. Very nice collection. rav: jannamaria

  89. Claudia Joyal says:

    I love the DeStijl Wrap, it looks so light and warm at the same time. It feels very modern and would fit with so many different looks. CloHopper on Ravelry!

  90. Claudia Joyal says:

    I love the DeStijl Wrap, it looks so light and warm at the same time. It feels very modern and would fit with so many different looks. CloHopper on Ravelry!

  91. Kathryn says:

    These are great.Saw DeStjl on Ravelry. That’s the one!
    Ravelry kemoser
    Kemoser@hotmail.com

  92. Kathryn says:

    These are great.Saw DeStjl on Ravelry. That’s the one!
    Ravelry kemoser
    Kemoser@hotmail.com

  93. Sal Kwong says:

    L-o-v-e Chromacity Cowl!

    Rav ID: ocean1120

  94. Sal Kwong says:

    L-o-v-e Chromacity Cowl!

    Rav ID: ocean1120

  95. Barbara Stoner says:

    I would love to knit up the Chromaticity Cowl. It is a small enough project to travel and enough of a challenge with color changes.
    bgstoner on Ravelry

  96. Barbara Stoner says:

    I would love to knit up the Chromaticity Cowl. It is a small enough project to travel and enough of a challenge with color changes.
    bgstoner on Ravelry

  97. akadolla on ravelry says:

    I have my eye on the DeStijl Wrap – the pattern reminds me classic wool blankets. The design is clean, with just enough color that does not overwhelm the design. The colors and the design are married well. You see it and it speaks of comfort, warmth and year-round versatility

  98. akadolla on ravelry says:

    I have my eye on the DeStijl Wrap – the pattern reminds me classic wool blankets. The design is clean, with just enough color that does not overwhelm the design. The colors and the design are married well. You see it and it speaks of comfort, warmth and year-round versatility

  99. Laura (GypsyScarfWoman on Rav) says:

    I must admit that I am still intimidated by color work! Butthe Chromaticity Cowl is so pretty, I might have to get over my fear and just cast on!

  100. Laura (GypsyScarfWoman on Rav) says:

    I must admit that I am still intimidated by color work! Butthe Chromaticity Cowl is so pretty, I might have to get over my fear and just cast on!

  101. jessicac says:

    Loving the cowl and the congden cardigan..the colorwork is gorgeous on every design in the book! Jayellesea on Rav

  102. jessicac says:

    Loving the cowl and the congden cardigan..the colorwork is gorgeous on every design in the book! Jayellesea on Rav

  103. mleloves2tri says:

    I love the Metamerism Pullover, it looks just like something that my mom would wear to her job at the quilt store!
    – mleloves2tri on Rav

  104. mleloves2tri says:

    I love the Metamerism Pullover, it looks just like something that my mom would wear to her job at the quilt store!
    – mleloves2tri on Rav

  105. sharon jones says:

    I do adore the Chromaticity Cowl. It is such an original funky design and I think it would be fun to knit. Also love the equally fabulous Supermatism Mitts!

  106. sharon jones says:

    I do adore the Chromaticity Cowl. It is such an original funky design and I think it would be fun to knit. Also love the equally fabulous Supermatism Mitts!

  107. Jennie says:

    I’d totally knit and wear the Metamerism Pullover since it has all the things I love in a pullover – scoop neck, set in sleeves, worsted weight and some bang with the color work. I’m thinking Trinity but which colors… Ravelry id: Izamight

  108. Jennie says:

    I’d totally knit and wear the Metamerism Pullover since it has all the things I love in a pullover – scoop neck, set in sleeves, worsted weight and some bang with the color work. I’m thinking Trinity but which colors… Ravelry id: Izamight

  109. Chrlly says:

    I love the chromaticity cowl! I haven’t knit a color work pattern yet, and this one is inspiring me to try!

    Rav ID: chrlly

  110. Chrlly says:

    I love the chromaticity cowl! I haven’t knit a color work pattern yet, and this one is inspiring me to try!

    Rav ID: chrlly

  111. Barb says:

    Chromacity cowl. I like the rainbow-ish one I’ve seen….but the grays with the lime….makes my heart sing.

    I’m Barb on Ravelry (not exciting or creative…but I don’t forget it!)

  112. Barb says:

    Chromacity cowl. I like the rainbow-ish one I’ve seen….but the grays with the lime….makes my heart sing.

    I’m Barb on Ravelry (not exciting or creative…but I don’t forget it!)

  113. Kate Henderson says:

    The Cromaticity Cowl, love those hexagons, the perfect cowl! Ravelry: 2littlebanshees

  114. Kate Henderson says:

    The Cromaticity Cowl, love those hexagons, the perfect cowl! Ravelry: 2littlebanshees

  115. Chelsea W says:

    I love the color possibilities of Chromaticity! Thanks for the chance :-)

  116. sara says:

    I love colour work and really like the Willis cardigan ,that attention to the inside selvedges is beautiful, It would take me forever so What I would really make is the cowl..
    Ravelry id;tappen
    skimikin@hotmail.com

  117. sara says:

    I love colour work and really like the Willis cardigan ,that attention to the inside selvedges is beautiful, It would take me forever so What I would really make is the cowl..
    Ravelry id;tappen
    skimikin@hotmail.com

  118. edirks says:

    I love the DeStijl Wrap. I like how it looks like a piece of modern art with its clean lines and interesting colour combinations. I want to knit it because I am moving to the Yukon and need lots of cozy knits for those long winters.
    edirks on Ravelry

  119. edirks says:

    I love the DeStijl Wrap. I like how it looks like a piece of modern art with its clean lines and interesting colour combinations. I want to knit it because I am moving to the Yukon and need lots of cozy knits for those long winters.
    edirks on Ravelry

  120. Laura says:

    I love the Chromacity Cowl. What a way to make an impact with color!

    (culabrat on ravelry)

  121. Laura says:

    I love the Chromacity Cowl. What a way to make an impact with color!

    (culabrat on ravelry)

  122. Erin Weber says:

    I’m really digging the DeStijl wrap.

  123. Erin Weber says:

    I’m really digging the DeStijl wrap.

  124. Amanda says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl and the Destijl Wrap – large, squishy garter-stitch shawls are fantastic but I’d probably run out of patience with the constant garter knitting without some interesting colorwork to go along with it. I really like the little intarsia blocks in between the striping.

    I like your choice of yarn colors for the cowl, too :-) AmandaLynA on Rav. Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

  125. Amanda says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl and the Destijl Wrap – large, squishy garter-stitch shawls are fantastic but I’d probably run out of patience with the constant garter knitting without some interesting colorwork to go along with it. I really like the little intarsia blocks in between the striping.

    I like your choice of yarn colors for the cowl, too :-) AmandaLynA on Rav. Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

  126. Colleen Eschner says:

    Willis Triangle Cardigan.
    I love the lapels and the structure of the sweater.
    It is so reminiscent (to me) of cardigans and jackets from the 20’s and 30’s.
    The soft shape of the lapel and the design of the color work. Very geometrical, Art Deco which
    is one of my favorite design era’s. The combination of design of the color work and the soft lapel and
    the elongated and fitted body, its right out of the 20’s. I love Downton Abbey and it would be something
    that Lady Mary Crawley would have worn in the later seasons. I especially like the color work facings!
    A subtle surprise, when you least expect it! It goes without saying that Sweet Georgia yarn is the finest
    to knit with and the colors are so saturated and rich, I love wearing all my Sweet Georgia knits. A winning combination,
    beautiful sweater design and yarn what could be better? The only thing to add to this would be a British television show,
    a fire and a cuppa tea, I won’t mind if its raining then!

  127. Colleen Eschner says:

    Willis Triangle Cardigan.
    I love the lapels and the structure of the sweater.
    It is so reminiscent (to me) of cardigans and jackets from the 20’s and 30’s.
    The soft shape of the lapel and the design of the color work. Very geometrical, Art Deco which
    is one of my favorite design era’s. The combination of design of the color work and the soft lapel and
    the elongated and fitted body, its right out of the 20’s. I love Downton Abbey and it would be something
    that Lady Mary Crawley would have worn in the later seasons. I especially like the color work facings!
    A subtle surprise, when you least expect it! It goes without saying that Sweet Georgia yarn is the finest
    to knit with and the colors are so saturated and rich, I love wearing all my Sweet Georgia knits. A winning combination,
    beautiful sweater design and yarn what could be better? The only thing to add to this would be a British television show,
    a fire and a cuppa tea, I won’t mind if its raining then!

  128. Toby Sterman says:

    Chromaticity Cowl for me too. I tend to wear jeans and t-shirts, so a cowl that brings in a pop of color and interest would go a long way towards improving my wardrobe. -TobyKnits on Ravelry

  129. Toby Sterman says:

    Chromaticity Cowl for me too. I tend to wear jeans and t-shirts, so a cowl that brings in a pop of color and interest would go a long way towards improving my wardrobe. -TobyKnits on Ravelry

  130. Tinygeekcrafter says:

    I love the DeStijl wrap. I use wraps and shawls almost daily and I love wearing them at the movies. The stripes in this pattern create fun movement and would be perfect for using mynah stash colors.
    Ravelry – tinygeekcrafter

  131. Kate Yule says:

    Love the Chromaticity Cowl – I’m all about quick projects and this is beautiful! My email address is kateyule808@gmail.com and I can be found on Ravelry as KnittinKate

  132. Tinygeekcrafter says:

    I love the DeStijl wrap. I use wraps and shawls almost daily and I love wearing them at the movies. The stripes in this pattern create fun movement and would be perfect for using mynah stash colors.
    Ravelry – tinygeekcrafter

  133. Kate Yule says:

    Love the Chromaticity Cowl – I’m all about quick projects and this is beautiful! My email address is kateyule808@gmail.com and I can be found on Ravelry as KnittinKate

  134. Celeste Culpepper says:

    The chromacity Cowl.
    Ravelry ID: CelesteKnits

  135. Celeste Culpepper says:

    The chromacity Cowl.
    Ravelry ID: CelesteKnits

  136. ikkinlala says:

    Once I learn to knit sweaters, I’d love to knit the Metamerism Pullover. I like the subtle colours and the neckline.

  137. ikkinlala says:

    Once I learn to knit sweaters, I’d love to knit the Metamerism Pullover. I like the subtle colours and the neckline.

  138. Jacqueline F says:

    Oh, the Chromaticity cowl is lovely! The perfect way to add a punch of colour to the dull autumn days that are, no doubt, on the way.

  139. Jacqueline F says:

    Oh, the Chromaticity cowl is lovely! The perfect way to add a punch of colour to the dull autumn days that are, no doubt, on the way.

  140. Savannagal says:

    I’m just now trying my hand at colorwork via an online class. I’m having fun, but my colorwork is fairly uneven. I’m hoping that with some practice I’ll be able to make something as beautiful as these designs. I really like the Metamerism Pullover, though I’d use different colors instead of just one color. I also like the Chromacity Cowl. Love all the different colors. Thanks much for the giveaway. Savannagal on Rav.

  141. Savannagal says:

    I’m just now trying my hand at colorwork via an online class. I’m having fun, but my colorwork is fairly uneven. I’m hoping that with some practice I’ll be able to make something as beautiful as these designs. I really like the Metamerism Pullover, though I’d use different colors instead of just one color. I also like the Chromacity Cowl. Love all the different colors. Thanks much for the giveaway. Savannagal on Rav.

  142. Christina says:

    I absolutely LOVE the Chromaticity Cowl, though DeStijl Wrap is a close 2nd.

    mrsmommy on Rav

  143. Christina says:

    I absolutely LOVE the Chromaticity Cowl, though DeStijl Wrap is a close 2nd.

    mrsmommy on Rav

  144. Chaine says:

    I love the DeStijl wrap. I have a thing for wraps this year. My Ravelry name is Chaline. It will help keep my daughter warm this falls while I walk with her in her Ergo.

  145. Chaine says:

    I love the DeStijl wrap. I have a thing for wraps this year. My Ravelry name is Chaline. It will help keep my daughter warm this falls while I walk with her in her Ergo.

  146. Raelene says:

    Although completely intimidated by colour work chromaticity is something which would make me have a go! Ravelry id: Raelne

  147. Raelene says:

    Although completely intimidated by colour work chromaticity is something which would make me have a go! Ravelry id: Raelne

  148. Alison says:

    I like the cowl and might give it to a friend. (Might!)
    gmail is sockpal2

  149. Alison says:

    I like the cowl and might give it to a friend. (Might!)
    gmail is sockpal2

  150. Winnifred says:

    I would love to knit the Chromaticity Cowl. It reminds me of raindrops kissing a rainbow in Vancouver. wenns on raverly.

  151. Winnifred says:

    I would love to knit the Chromaticity Cowl. It reminds me of raindrops kissing a rainbow in Vancouver. wenns on raverly.

  152. Carol S says:

    Chromaticity Cowl!!! cesmith08 on Ravelry! I love the 3 colors you showed and it would be so fun to knit up!!!

  153. Carol S says:

    Chromaticity Cowl!!! cesmith08 on Ravelry! I love the 3 colors you showed and it would be so fun to knit up!!!

  154. Krista wilkinson says:

    DeStijl Wrap- because my co-workers seem to love too much aircon when it is gorgeous outside. ravelry: afternoonmoon

  155. Krista wilkinson says:

    DeStijl Wrap- because my co-workers seem to love too much aircon when it is gorgeous outside. ravelry: afternoonmoon

  156. Dena says:

    So difficult to choose, but I love cowls, so Chromacity Cowl it is. (dena on Ravelry)

  157. Dena says:

    So difficult to choose, but I love cowls, so Chromacity Cowl it is. (dena on Ravelry)

  158. Angela Hickman says:

    That cowl is so, so gorgeous. I can think of a dozen colour combinations I want in my winter wardrobe!

  159. Angela Hickman says:

    That cowl is so, so gorgeous. I can think of a dozen colour combinations I want in my winter wardrobe!

  160. knit sanctuary says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl! The color options are endless. I could knit a whole slew of them as gifts and never knit the same thing twice! It’s going in my queue! I’m misformonkey on rav.

  161. knit sanctuary says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl! The color options are endless. I could knit a whole slew of them as gifts and never knit the same thing twice! It’s going in my queue! I’m misformonkey on rav.

  162. nflux says:

    Love love love the combination of Miriam’s designs with my favorite SGY cashluxe fine

  163. nflux says:

    Love, love, love the combination of Miriam’s designs (Chromaticity) knit with my favorite SGY cashluxe fine (nflux888 on ravelry)

  164. Emma says:

    I love the Chromacity Cowl. It is super high on my to knit list.
    I love the one with two greys and a high contast colour. That is totally what I would do and it would be perfect for wearing in winter. Ikkleknitter on ravelry

  165. Emma says:

    I love the Chromacity Cowl. It is super high on my to knit list.
    I love the one with two greys and a high contast colour. That is totally what I would do and it would be perfect for wearing in winter. Ikkleknitter on ravelry

  166. vera says:

    i love the colors used in the cowl on the cover. also i like the pattern on the metamerism pullover. either one of those patterns are just for me. flowerlikemind on rav

  167. vera says:

    i love the colors used in the cowl on the cover. also i like the pattern on the metamerism pullover. either one of those patterns are just for me. flowerlikemind on rav

  168. drae says:

    I Think I’d want to do the Chromaticity Cowl first. I love the finished edges to her work – nice attention to detail! alcbrooks on Ravelry

  169. drae says:

    I Think I’d want to do the Chromaticity Cowl first. I love the finished edges to her work – nice attention to detail! alcbrooks on Ravelry

  170. jpknits says:

    Lovely patterns meet lovely yarn!

    What a treat!

    jpknits on Ravelry

  171. jpknits says:

    Lovely patterns meet lovely yarn!

    What a treat!

    jpknits on Ravelry

  172. Deb Myers says:

    Mim’s designing in lace is is pure couture. The designs in her new ebook gives us lace designs in a colorful way. My favorite is “Metamerism”. The design includes some great fashioning at the hip line and bust line, although it showed the hip increase and decreases in the photography. The little dip in the neckline would make this a perfect topper for that dinner out. This form of colorwork, Fair Isle, is a particular favorite to knit. The large motif makes a very charming design. Her designs in lace have always been a favorite of mine.

    “Modern Colorwork Collection” will change the scene for lace knitting is a marvelous way!
    Thanks for a chance to knit these patterns to Felicia and Mim.

    Ravelry: bluewingteal

  173. Deb Myers says:

    Mim’s designing in lace is is pure couture. The designs in her new ebook gives us lace designs in a colorful way. My favorite is “Metamerism”. The design includes some great fashioning at the hip line and bust line, although it showed the hip increase and decreases in the photography. The little dip in the neckline would make this a perfect topper for that dinner out. This form of colorwork, Fair Isle, is a particular favorite to knit. The large motif makes a very charming design. Her designs in lace have always been a favorite of mine.

    “Modern Colorwork Collection” will change the scene for lace knitting is a marvelous way!
    Thanks for a chance to knit these patterns to Felicia and Mim.

    Ravelry: bluewingteal

  174. florapie says:

    I’m not usually a cowl person, but I love the way Chromaticity looks, especially the most colourful version! The Congdon cardi is calling to me as well.

  175. florapie says:

    I’m not usually a cowl person, but I love the way Chromaticity looks, especially the most colourful version! The Congdon cardi is calling to me as well.

  176. Melissa says:

    I love the Chromaticity cowl, it’s unlike anything I’ve knit so far and looks like a great first colorwork pattern! Ravelry ID M-Lynne

  177. Melissa says:

    I love the Chromaticity cowl, it’s unlike anything I’ve knit so far and looks like a great first colorwork pattern! Ravelry ID M-Lynne

  178. E Chak says:

    Loving the DeStijl Wrap for its striping and promise of warmth.

  179. E Chak says:

    Loving the DeStijl Wrap for its striping and promise of warmth.

  180. Kathy H says:

    That Chromaticity Cowl is the funkiest one I’ve seen yet, this season :) That’s the one I like most. It’s been a while since I’ve done any colourwork, and that one is inspiring me to do more!

  181. Kathy H says:

    That Chromaticity Cowl is the funkiest one I’ve seen yet, this season :) That’s the one I like most. It’s been a while since I’ve done any colourwork, and that one is inspiring me to do more!

  182. Candice says:

    I really like the Chromacity Cowl! I could definitely see myself making more than one of these!
    Ravelry:clarso00

  183. Candice says:

    I really like the Chromacity Cowl! I could definitely see myself making more than one of these!
    Ravelry:clarso00

  184. Catherine Palumbos says:

    I love the chromaticity cowl! It’s beautiful and stylish.

    cmmatsko at gmail dot com

  185. Catherine Palumbos says:

    I love the chromaticity cowl! It’s beautiful and stylish.

    cmmatsko at gmail dot com

  186. NJ says:

    The chromaticity cowl has to be my top pick. All those pretty colour combinations – and perhaps a good use of all my leftover bits of sock yarn….

  187. NJ says:

    The chromaticity cowl has to be my top pick. All those pretty colour combinations – and perhaps a good use of all my leftover bits of sock yarn….

  188. Lynne says:

    I’d definitely knit up the Chromaticity Cowl in a heartbeat.
    ~lynnewio on Ravelry

  189. Lynne says:

    I’d definitely knit up the Chromaticity Cowl in a heartbeat.
    ~lynnewio on Ravelry

  190. Maureen says:

    I love the wrap the DeStijl wrap. I love the colors and I love the fact that it reminds people that use it or wear it of the love put into making it.

  191. Maureen says:

    I love the wrap the DeStijl wrap. I love the colors and I love the fact that it reminds people that use it or wear it of the love put into making it.

  192. Vanessa Neuman says:

    I’d like to knit the Congdon cardigan – it seems like the perfect piece to pair with jeans for a cute fall look!
    My ravelry name is vneuman

  193. Vanessa Neuman says:

    I’d like to knit the Congdon cardigan – it seems like the perfect piece to pair with jeans for a cute fall look!
    My ravelry name is vneuman

  194. Helen says:

    The DeStijl Wrap looks lovely.

  195. Helen says:

    The DeStijl Wrap looks lovely.

  196. Georgia says:

    I love the cowl. The quilting inspiration is wonderful and I’d love to try my hand at colourwork.

  197. Georgia says:

    I love the cowl. The quilting inspiration is wonderful and I’d love to try my hand at colourwork.

  198. Becca says:

    Oh wow. I love all the patterns, but I think if I had to pick one to start with it’d have to be the Chromacity Cowl. Seems like the perfect thing to have at my desk during the summer while they crank our AC. It’ll look much better than my current wrinkly black scarf!
    -Becca aka littleshimmy on Ravelry

  199. Becca says:

    Oh wow. I love all the patterns, but I think if I had to pick one to start with it’d have to be the Chromacity Cowl. Seems like the perfect thing to have at my desk during the summer while they crank our AC. It’ll look much better than my current wrinkly black scarf!
    -Becca aka littleshimmy on Ravelry

  200. LoriAngela says:

    Love the cowl! I can already see there will be so many variations of colour.
    LoriAngela on Ravelry.

  201. LoriAngela says:

    Love the cowl! I can already see there will be so many variations of colour.
    LoriAngela on Ravelry.

  202. Sarah says:

    I’d have to say either the Chromaticity Cowl or DeStijl Wrap. Both are modern, clean, and a little bit funky. It’s not your everyday colorwork, for sure. Rav:saracan

  203. Sarah says:

    I’d have to say either the Chromaticity Cowl or DeStijl Wrap. Both are modern, clean, and a little bit funky. It’s not your everyday colorwork, for sure. Rav:saracan

  204. LissaG says:

    It’s the DeStijl wrap that I think is just stunning… Wow, she’s a really talented designer. Thanks for the giveaway Felicia.

    LissaG on Ravelry

  205. LissaG says:

    It’s the DeStijl wrap that I think is just stunning… Wow, she’s a really talented designer. Thanks for the giveaway Felicia.

    LissaG on Ravelry

  206. Sherry says:

    I would love to knit the Chromaticity Cowl! I am going on vacation in September and it would be the perfect accessory to have! ravelry ID is tinythings. thanks!

  207. Sherry says:

    I would love to knit the Chromaticity Cowl! I am going on vacation in September and it would be the perfect accessory to have! ravelry ID is tinythings. thanks!

  208. sandaratti says:

    I would love to knit the DeStijl Wrap using some gorgeous jewel tones. I really like how the wrap has such a great visual effect yet still has a beautiful simplicity about it. (rav ID used as name)

  209. sandaratti says:

    I would love to knit the DeStijl Wrap using some gorgeous jewel tones. I really like how the wrap has such a great visual effect yet still has a beautiful simplicity about it. (rav ID used as name)

  210. Nicole says:

    Wowee – I say the Chromaticity Cowl because it’s so unique and I can imagine it going with everything in my closet!!! Ravelry id: nenv

  211. Irene Cechura says:

    The Willis Triangles Cardigan is really special. I would like this to be my next sweater project!

  212. Nicole says:

    Wowee – I say the Chromaticity Cowl because it’s so unique and I can imagine it going with everything in my closet!!! Ravelry id: nenv

  213. Irene Cechura says:

    The Willis Triangles Cardigan is really special. I would like this to be my next sweater project!

  214. marian (spider on ravelry) says:

    hard to choose between the cowl and the wrap!! i love both.

  215. Susan says:

    I’m a rainbow and colour girl. I just love the cowl in this collection and would love to knot it with sweet Georgia yarns.

    Ravelry name knitsgolden

  216. marian (spider on ravelry) says:

    hard to choose between the cowl and the wrap!! i love both.

  217. Susan says:

    I’m a rainbow and colour girl. I just love the cowl in this collection and would love to knot it with sweet Georgia yarns.

    Ravelry name knitsgolden

  218. Michelle Dority Kroll says:

    I get so intimidated by colorwork.. Maybe this would help!

  219. Michelle Dority Kroll says:

    I get so intimidated by colorwork.. Maybe this would help!

  220. Jnn Laing says:

    OH! Those are so great and suited to brights. I’d make the DeStijl Wrap or the Congdon Cardigan.

  221. Jnn Laing says:

    OH! Those are so great and suited to brights. I’d make the DeStijl Wrap or the Congdon Cardigan.

  222. Sheri says:

    The DeStijl Wrap is beautiful and love lots of colour

    © Miriam L. Felton

    © Miriam L. Felton

    © Miriam L. Felton

    DeStijl Wrap

  223. Sheri says:

    The DeStijl Wrap is beautiful and love lots of colour

    © Miriam L. Felton

    © Miriam L. Felton

    © Miriam L. Felton

    DeStijl Wrap

  224. Sheri says:

    oooooppps Quiltersheri on Ravelry forgot that
    DeStijil wrap is fantastic

  225. Sheri says:

    oooooppps Quiltersheri on Ravelry forgot that
    DeStijil wrap is fantastic

  226. Alhbooks says:

    The Metamerism Pullover calls to me most…I do love a Colorwork pullover…

    Alhbooks on Ravelry

  227. Alhbooks says:

    The Metamerism Pullover calls to me most…I do love a Colorwork pullover…

    Alhbooks on Ravelry

  228. Darlene Krystal says:

    Great patterns…the chromacity cowl looks cool…I like the way it looks like honeycombs….that would be a great fair isle learning pattern to try….just learning how to do fair isle……have a great day….

  229. Darlene Krystal says:

    Great patterns…the chromacity cowl looks cool…I like the way it looks like honeycombs….that would be a great fair isle learning pattern to try….just learning how to do fair isle……have a great day….

  230. Margaret says:

    I love Chromacity Cowl. What a bright and modern design. Colourwork is quite new to me, so I would love to make this. I’m Travellers08 on Ravelry. Thanks for the opportunity!

  231. Margaret says:

    I love Chromacity Cowl. What a bright and modern design. Colourwork is quite new to me, so I would love to make this. I’m Travellers08 on Ravelry. Thanks for the opportunity!

  232. Gaile says:

    Obviously I’ve been under a rock, I’d totally missed these patterns before now! The Chromacity Cowl is gorgeous, but what has really caught my eye is the bold stripe detail of the DeStijl Wrap! I will have to break out the pencil crayons and figure out a colour combination for that one. Love this giveaway, I just started getting into colourwork last fall, (despite decades of knitting under my belt I always avoided patterns that involved Fair Isle or Intarsia). Ravelry ID: Gaile

  233. Gaile says:

    Obviously I’ve been under a rock, I’d totally missed these patterns before now! The Chromacity Cowl is gorgeous, but what has really caught my eye is the bold stripe detail of the DeStijl Wrap! I will have to break out the pencil crayons and figure out a colour combination for that one. Love this giveaway, I just started getting into colourwork last fall, (despite decades of knitting under my belt I always avoided patterns that involved Fair Isle or Intarsia). Ravelry ID: Gaile

  234. laura L says:

    Wow, I love the Metamerism Pullover, its beautiful! and the Chromaticity Cowl is soo COOL looking, I would love to try it in the blues family, light to dark with a brown or black as the base! =]

  235. laura L says:

    Wow, I love the Metamerism Pullover, its beautiful! and the Chromaticity Cowl is soo COOL looking, I would love to try it in the blues family, light to dark with a brown or black as the base! =]

  236. EK says:

    I like Chromaticity Cowl. It looks challenging enough, but not too challenging. Ravelry ID: vertibo

  237. EK says:

    I like Chromaticity Cowl. It looks challenging enough, but not too challenging. Ravelry ID: vertibo

  238. sadiedaisy says:

    I really want to knit the Chromaticity Cowl with the little hexagons. I’m a quilter also and recently made a small hexagon quilt that came out really cute. Now I’m anxious to give it a try in yarn. Love the colors you picked out for the project, too.
    Ravelry name: sadiedaisy

  239. sadiedaisy says:

    I really want to knit the Chromaticity Cowl with the little hexagons. I’m a quilter also and recently made a small hexagon quilt that came out really cute. Now I’m anxious to give it a try in yarn. Love the colors you picked out for the project, too.
    Ravelry name: sadiedaisy

  240. 1mel says:

    I also love chromaticity. I love the honeycomb pattern and color choice! Im just getting into colorwork and i think this pattern will be good for my ability.Pick me, pick me!! I’m at 1mel on RAV.

  241. 1mel says:

    I also love chromaticity. I love the honeycomb pattern and color choice! Im just getting into colorwork and i think this pattern will be good for my ability.Pick me, pick me!! I’m at 1mel on RAV.

  242. Heike says:

    The details on Willis Triangles are stunning. I love that the color-work is subtle – on sleeves and bottom kind of hidden but you know they are there :-)
    My Ravelry-id is heno

  243. Heike says:

    The details on Willis Triangles are stunning. I love that the color-work is subtle – on sleeves and bottom kind of hidden but you know they are there :-)
    My Ravelry-id is heno

  244. Pam Golenzer says:

    The Chromaticity Cowl is calling me!! What a great design!

  245. Daniela Bautista says:

    I will knit Chromacity Cowl for sure! The color possibilities are endless. I can use my leftover mini skeins of yarns that I cannot part with because the yarn is fab. I can make a personalized cowl for my family members. That would be so cool!

    Rav: Dmbautis

  246. Pam Golenzer says:

    The Chromaticity Cowl is calling me!! What a great design!

  247. Daniela Bautista says:

    I will knit Chromacity Cowl for sure! The color possibilities are endless. I can use my leftover mini skeins of yarns that I cannot part with because the yarn is fab. I can make a personalized cowl for my family members. That would be so cool!

    Rav: Dmbautis

  248. CindyAG says:

    I love the Congdon Cardigan. This is such a cool collection. Thank you, Cindy (scgiL2 on Ravelry)

  249. CindyAG says:

    I love the Congdon Cardigan. This is such a cool collection. Thank you, Cindy (scgiL2 on Ravelry)

  250. Sharon M2 says:

    I really like the DeStilj wrap but the Willis cardigan also interests me as I’m always drawn to knitted quilt patterns.

    toomanyufos on ravelry

  251. Sharon M2 says:

    I really like the DeStilj wrap but the Willis cardigan also interests me as I’m always drawn to knitted quilt patterns.

    toomanyufos on ravelry

  252. nanjar says:

    The Triangles Cardigan is my favorite…the modern quilt look is very cutting edge. The cowl is much more a realistic venture for me and it is striking! Great collection! Great yarn!

  253. nanjar says:

    The Triangles Cardigan is my favorite…the modern quilt look is very cutting edge. The cowl is much more a realistic venture for me and it is striking! Great collection! Great yarn!

  254. SallyBC (Ravelry) says:

    Love the cowl – and everything else. That de Still shawl is wonderful too. BUT you have selected my favorite color combo in your give away. So …ideal juxtaposition, right?

  255. SallyBC (Ravelry) says:

    Love the cowl – and everything else. That de Still shawl is wonderful too. BUT you have selected my favorite color combo in your give away. So …ideal juxtaposition, right?

  256. Jessica Tropp says:

    The Wiliis Triangles Cardigan is already in my queue, as I’ve been wanting to experiment with colorful facings.

  257. Jessica Tropp says:

    The Wiliis Triangles Cardigan is already in my queue, as I’ve been wanting to experiment with colorful facings.

  258. Helen Griffin says:

    I would love to knit the Chromacity Cowl. I have just spent a wonderful two days in a beginner spinning class at the Surrey Museum and I am so inspired by the wonderful colours we have been spinning!

  259. Helen Griffin says:

    I would love to knit the Chromacity Cowl. I have just spent a wonderful two days in a beginner spinning class at the Surrey Museum and I am so inspired by the wonderful colours we have been spinning!

  260. Gina says:

    I would love to make the DeStijl Wrap, I have been addicted to shawls lately. I also have been making a lot of cowls. Ravelry-spinnyme
    Thank you

  261. Gina says:

    I would love to make the DeStijl Wrap, I have been addicted to shawls lately. I also have been making a lot of cowls. Ravelry-spinnyme
    Thank you

  262. Chris F-F says:

    YOW! The Chromaticity Cowl, with its possible combinations, is mind blowing. I’d have tons of fun making several, and getting my holiday knitting done at the same time. Colourwork is a great way to let your creative juices flow!

  263. Chris F-F says:

    YOW! The Chromaticity Cowl, with its possible combinations, is mind blowing. I’d have tons of fun making several, and getting my holiday knitting done at the same time. Colourwork is a great way to let your creative juices flow!

  264. harrps57 says:

    I love the Chromacity Cowl. I also love the yarn and colors. Please sign me up for this giveaway.

    Thanks,
    PSH
    –harrps57 on Ravelry

  265. harrps57 says:

    I love the Chromacity Cowl. I also love the yarn and colors. Please sign me up for this giveaway.

    Thanks,
    PSH
    –harrps57 on Ravelry

  266. Rhonda says:

    Oh the Chromacity Cowl for sure! And I really love the Tough Love colourways you grabbed for it. The pattern looks so modern with just one row of coloured hexies, but I am also imagining so many possibilities with multicoloured hexies in leftover sock yarn! rstovin on ravelry

  267. BlooSoxx says:

    Your Chromacity Cowl is stunning and I would definitely like to take that one on! Ravelry id: Sockie

  268. Rhonda says:

    Oh the Chromacity Cowl for sure! And I really love the Tough Love colourways you grabbed for it. The pattern looks so modern with just one row of coloured hexies, but I am also imagining so many possibilities with multicoloured hexies in leftover sock yarn! rstovin on ravelry

  269. BlooSoxx says:

    Your Chromacity Cowl is stunning and I would definitely like to take that one on! Ravelry id: Sockie

  270. Cindy Jacobs says:

    I like the lines and design of the Willis Triangles cardigan. Very nice color detail .They are all nice,but that one popped out with the style.

    1. SweetGeorgia says:

      Awesome! Thanks Cindy! You won the random draw for the prize! I’ll email you with more info :) thanks!

  271. Cindy Jacobs says:

    I like the lines and design of the Willis Triangles cardigan. Very nice color detail .They are all nice,but that one popped out with the style.

    1. SweetGeorgia says:

      Awesome! Thanks Cindy! You won the random draw for the prize! I’ll email you with more info :) thanks!

  272. clees74 says:

    Chromaticity Cowl

    Why: It warms my heart! Simple but true; my heart skipped a beat when I saw it.

  273. clees74 says:

    Chromaticity Cowl

    Why: It warms my heart! Simple but true; my heart skipped a beat when I saw it.

  274. Jean Ashley says:

    I’ve never tried colorwork, but it’s been on my list of things to learn to do for many years. The Cromacity Cowl is LOVELY, and would be so pretty in the yarns you picked. Thanks for hosting a giveaway! I’m jashleyslc on Ravelry.

  275. Jean Ashley says:

    I’ve never tried colorwork, but it’s been on my list of things to learn to do for many years. The Cromacity Cowl is LOVELY, and would be so pretty in the yarns you picked. Thanks for hosting a giveaway! I’m jashleyslc on Ravelry.

  276. Teri Cashen Kepner says:

    I’m sure most people are saying this, but it’s the Chromaticity Cowl that I’m most looking forward to knitting from this book. I’ve only done a couple of easy colorwork pieces and I just love the technique. The possibilities of this cowl seem endless! It would be great to knit for myself, but just as great to knit as gifts. Thank you for this opportunity! terik on Ravelry

  277. Alice Perry says:

    Tough Love for a tough choice: I would knit the DeStijl Wrap. There have been a number of striped shawls hitting Ravelry lately but nothing has really struck me. This wrap is like a blanket and I love the color overlap!

  278. Teri Cashen Kepner says:

    I’m sure most people are saying this, but it’s the Chromaticity Cowl that I’m most looking forward to knitting from this book. I’ve only done a couple of easy colorwork pieces and I just love the technique. The possibilities of this cowl seem endless! It would be great to knit for myself, but just as great to knit as gifts. Thank you for this opportunity! terik on Ravelry

  279. Alice Perry says:

    Tough Love for a tough choice: I would knit the DeStijl Wrap. There have been a number of striped shawls hitting Ravelry lately but nothing has really struck me. This wrap is like a blanket and I love the color overlap!

  280. Anne says:

    I would definitely love to do the Chromaticity Cowl. I especially love the way it’s shown above with just three colors. I’m a huge fan of patterns with geometric shapes and winter is coming. I didn’t mean to quote Game of Thrones, but there you have it. LOL!

    knitsannechainsATgmailDOTcom
    Ravelry ID: knitsannechains

  281. Anne says:

    I would definitely love to do the Chromaticity Cowl. I especially love the way it’s shown above with just three colors. I’m a huge fan of patterns with geometric shapes and winter is coming. I didn’t mean to quote Game of Thrones, but there you have it. LOL!

    knitsannechainsATgmailDOTcom
    Ravelry ID: knitsannechains

  282. Loide Mayer Wasmund says:

    I totally love that cowl! I just completed my first colorwork hat, Peerie Flooers, and I am totally hooked. It was so much fun, I’d love to do another!

  283. Sidney says:

    I love, love, love the Chromaticity Cowl!!! It is very modern and young and would fit my personality perfect!

    Rav ID – sprepp

  284. Loide Mayer Wasmund says:

    I totally love that cowl! I just completed my first colorwork hat, Peerie Flooers, and I am totally hooked. It was so much fun, I’d love to do another!

  285. Sidney says:

    I love, love, love the Chromaticity Cowl!!! It is very modern and young and would fit my personality perfect!

    Rav ID – sprepp

  286. Ana says:

    I think the DeStijl Wrap is quite beautiful and I would love to make it for two reasons: I love big lushy wraps and this pattern would push me into intarsia….something I’ve not tried yet. Thank you for this generous offer!
    Ana
    anahuron@gmail.com

  287. Ana says:

    I think the DeStijl Wrap is quite beautiful and I would love to make it for two reasons: I love big lushy wraps and this pattern would push me into intarsia….something I’ve not tried yet. Thank you for this generous offer!
    Ana
    anahuron@gmail.com

  288. Sylvie Schuresko says:

    I love the Willis Triangle Cardigan – the pop of color at the collars and cuffs really accentuates the tailored simplicity of the rest of the garment. I’m more likely to actually make the Chromaticity Cowl, though, since my sweater queue is a little ridiculous right now.

  289. Sylvie Schuresko says:

    I love the Willis Triangle Cardigan – the pop of color at the collars and cuffs really accentuates the tailored simplicity of the rest of the garment. I’m more likely to actually make the Chromaticity Cowl, though, since my sweater queue is a little ridiculous right now.

  290. Amy Siddall says:

    The DeStijl Wrap looks like it’s going to be my perfect transition piece from fall to winter. I can already visualize myself with it wrapped around my shoulders as I jump on the train downtown, brightening up the stormy day and my fellow commuters with the bold colors. As a new knitter fair isle projects with multiple colors look beautiful but intimidating. So I’m hoping that with a bit of practice knitting the wrap it will boost my confidence to try new multicolored pieces.

  291. Amy Siddall says:

    The DeStijl Wrap looks like it’s going to be my perfect transition piece from fall to winter. I can already visualize myself with it wrapped around my shoulders as I jump on the train downtown, brightening up the stormy day and my fellow commuters with the bold colors. As a new knitter fair isle projects with multiple colors look beautiful but intimidating. So I’m hoping that with a bit of practice knitting the wrap it will boost my confidence to try new multicolored pieces.

  292. Rebecca says:

    Congratulations! The cardigans are showstoppers. First on my list, though, would probably be the Chromaticity Cowl, mostly because I’ve knitted two sweater vests this summer and could use something closer to instant gratification. Thanks for the giveaway! (knittingwithwords on Ravelry)

  293. Rebecca says:

    Congratulations! The cardigans are showstoppers. First on my list, though, would probably be the Chromaticity Cowl, mostly because I’ve knitted two sweater vests this summer and could use something closer to instant gratification. Thanks for the giveaway! (knittingwithwords on Ravelry)

  294. sulicat says:

    the whole collection is lovely, but the wiilis cardi peekaboo effects is sooo inspiring! rav suli

  295. sulicat says:

    the whole collection is lovely, but the wiilis cardi peekaboo effects is sooo inspiring! rav suli

  296. Julia Bass says:

    I would love to knit the Chromacity cowl and out of your Tough Love sock would be wonderful!
    Thanks,
    Juliaknit on Ravelry

  297. Julia Bass says:

    I would love to knit the Chromacity cowl and out of your Tough Love sock would be wonderful!
    Thanks,
    Juliaknit on Ravelry

  298. Gaby says:

    I love the Chromacity Cowl. What an amazing original design. I can see myself making many of them. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win. My Rav ID is gabyj

  299. Gaby says:

    I love the Chromacity Cowl. What an amazing original design. I can see myself making many of them. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win. My Rav ID is gabyj

  300. Alchemaeleon says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl, and the Congdon Cardigan is pretty great too. I love color! ~Alchemaeleon :-)

  301. Alchemaeleon says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl, and the Congdon Cardigan is pretty great too. I love color! ~Alchemaeleon :-)

  302. Tagati says:

    Luv the giveaway!

    As a beginning knitter, I’d have to select the Chromaticity Cowl as it would also help introduce me to coloured strandwork.

    Tagati on Ravelry.

  303. Tagati says:

    Luv the giveaway!

    As a beginning knitter, I’d have to select the Chromaticity Cowl as it would also help introduce me to coloured strandwork.

    Tagati on Ravelry.

  304. Sharon Howell says:

    I love the pullover and the mitts. The wrap is pretty, as is the cowl. Probably the only things I wouldn’t make are the cardigans.

  305. Sharon Howell says:

    I love the pullover and the mitts. The wrap is pretty, as is the cowl. Probably the only things I wouldn’t make are the cardigans.

  306. Kathlyn Ebert says:

    I like the Chromacity cowl. I’ve just signed up for a Fair Isle class on Crafty and this looks like a very doable project for just learning. I like both the size of the project (time wise) and the ease of customizing different color schemes. I quilt, too, and have been looking at hexagon patterns for an upcoming quilt project – maybe a tote to coordinate with the cowl?
    My email is kathlynebert@gmail.com.

  307. Kathlyn Ebert says:

    I like the Chromacity cowl. I’ve just signed up for a Fair Isle class on Crafty and this looks like a very doable project for just learning. I like both the size of the project (time wise) and the ease of customizing different color schemes. I quilt, too, and have been looking at hexagon patterns for an upcoming quilt project – maybe a tote to coordinate with the cowl?
    My email is kathlynebert@gmail.com.

  308. ritainalaska says:

    would love to work up the Chromaticity Cowl with those gorgeous colors! love making hexies for my quilting … love the hexie pattern in this cowl! thanx for the chance to win both.

  309. ritainalaska says:

    would love to work up the Chromaticity Cowl with those gorgeous colors! love making hexies for my quilting … love the hexie pattern in this cowl! thanx for the chance to win both.

  310. Sharry Gregory says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl. Such a beautiful geometric design with endless possibilities!

  311. Sharry Gregory says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl. Such a beautiful geometric design with endless possibilities!

  312. Ddlew says:

    Love the DeStijl Wrap and the Chromaticity Cowl – inspiring to someone just returning to knitting after nearly two decades. Ddlew on Ravelry

  313. Ddlew says:

    Love the DeStijl Wrap and the Chromaticity Cowl – inspiring to someone just returning to knitting after nearly two decades. Ddlew on Ravelry

  314. Peacockchic says:

    Oh I am loving all the patterns from her collection the Willis Triangles Cardigan is definitely top of the list the Chromaticity Cowl would be a close second. thanks so much for exposing me to such a wonderful knitter and your wonderful yarns!

  315. Peacockchic says:

    Oh I am loving all the patterns from her collection the Willis Triangles Cardigan is definitely top of the list the Chromaticity Cowl would be a close second. thanks so much for exposing me to such a wonderful knitter and your wonderful yarns!

  316. Angela Econ says:

    I love the Willis Triangles Cardigan. It is so imaginative and unique It looks like little prisms of light!

  317. Angela Econ says:

    I love the Willis Triangles Cardigan. It is so imaginative and unique It looks like little prisms of light!

  318. Heather says:

    wow, amazing colours, patterns and yarns. Where to start, probably the DeStijl wrap because the permutations are endless

  319. Heather says:

    wow, amazing colours, patterns and yarns. Where to start, probably the DeStijl wrap because the permutations are endless

  320. Michelle says:

    I really love the DeStijl wrap – it looks so soft and cozy for the fall season! I love colour of any kind and this collection looks great. My Ravelry name is Squirkyknitter. Thanks!

  321. Michelle says:

    I really love the DeStijl wrap – it looks so soft and cozy for the fall season! I love colour of any kind and this collection looks great. My Ravelry name is Squirkyknitter. Thanks!

  322. Megan Basayne-Smith says:

    I love love love the Congdon Cardigan; for one thing, I’m always on the lookout for cardigans because I live in a warm climate with a lot of airconditioned buildings, but aside from its practicality, I think that cardigan has lovely, classic lines with such an interesting pop! I think it would be stunning in a monochromatic palette…

  323. Megan Basayne-Smith says:

    I love love love the Congdon Cardigan; for one thing, I’m always on the lookout for cardigans because I live in a warm climate with a lot of airconditioned buildings, but aside from its practicality, I think that cardigan has lovely, classic lines with such an interesting pop! I think it would be stunning in a monochromatic palette…

  324. Dasylvie says:

    For me the DeStijl shawl is the most striking of the collection – the colour block design is so strikingly modern and yet so reminiscent of the best architectural design of Scandinavia on the one hand and Navajo blankets on the other. i mostly make my own patterns these days but that one I would want the pattern for sure.

  325. Dasylvie says:

    For me the DeStijl shawl is the most striking of the collection – the colour block design is so strikingly modern and yet so reminiscent of the best architectural design of Scandinavia on the one hand and Navajo blankets on the other. i mostly make my own patterns these days but that one I would want the pattern for sure.

  326. Anne Fridolfsson says:

    Absolutely wonderful patterns – both the cowl and the cardigan.

  327. Anne Fridolfsson says:

    Absolutely wonderful patterns – both the cowl and the cardigan.

  328. Minh says:

    I would start with the chromaticity cowl to get enough practice before moving to the cardigans!

    Minh on ravelry

  329. Minh says:

    I would start with the chromaticity cowl to get enough practice before moving to the cardigans!

    Minh on ravelry

  330. yarndancer says:

    I’m wow’ed by the Starfish Pattern–goes with the story line about the girl who tossed one starfish back in the ocean”…makes a difference to that one…” this stole “will make a difference” to a beautiful lady celebrating her 92nd Birthday this fall! Thank you!

  331. yarndancer says:

    I’m wow’ed by the Starfish Pattern–goes with the story line about the girl who tossed one starfish back in the ocean”…makes a difference to that one…” this stole “will make a difference” to a beautiful lady celebrating her 92nd Birthday this fall! Thank you!

  332. Meg says:

    I can see myself making the DeStilj Wrap first, then moving on to the Chromacity Cowl and the Suprematism Mitts.

  333. Meg says:

    I can see myself making the DeStilj Wrap first, then moving on to the Chromacity Cowl and the Suprematism Mitts.

  334. Tamara tcknit on Ravelry says:

    The chromacity cowl is on my radar. I haven’t done much colour work so this is easy enough that I can follow along and gear up to do more colour work patterns. Also, I’m going to follow Miriam’s colour scheme and do the grey with a pop of yellow that looks awesome.

  335. Tamara tcknit on Ravelry says:

    The chromacity cowl is on my radar. I haven’t done much colour work so this is easy enough that I can follow along and gear up to do more colour work patterns. Also, I’m going to follow Miriam’s colour scheme and do the grey with a pop of yellow that looks awesome.

  336. knitlocks on Ravelry says:

    Beautiful, I would enjoy learning the pattern, to watch it grow and become something so lovely to wear. beautiful…

  337. knitlocks on Ravelry says:

    Beautiful, I would enjoy learning the pattern, to watch it grow and become something so lovely to wear. beautiful…

  338. Heidi Bates says:

    I love the color possibilities of the Chromacity Cowl. I can see coordinating with many things in my closet. I took a class with Miriam and love her designs.
    ~Dragonspinner on Ravelry

  339. Heidi Bates says:

    I love the color possibilities of the Chromacity Cowl. I can see coordinating with many things in my closet. I took a class with Miriam and love her designs.
    ~Dragonspinner on Ravelry

  340. Penny McGrath Morrell says:

    Colour work is relatively new to me, but I love it. I’d begin with the Chromacity Cowl, as fall is in the air here and this would be the perfect accessory. I think I’d try Willis Triangles Cardigan shortly after though as I love the way the colour peeks out at you. It would certainly add a bright spot to a winters’ day!
    Rav PurlingPenny

  341. Penny McGrath Morrell says:

    Colour work is relatively new to me, but I love it. I’d begin with the Chromacity Cowl, as fall is in the air here and this would be the perfect accessory. I think I’d try Willis Triangles Cardigan shortly after though as I love the way the colour peeks out at you. It would certainly add a bright spot to a winters’ day!
    Rav PurlingPenny

  342. Joanne says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl too, but all the patterns are lovely. Miriam is such a wonderful designer!
    I am joannethreadhead on Ravelry. Thanks!

  343. Joanne says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl too, but all the patterns are lovely. Miriam is such a wonderful designer!
    I am joannethreadhead on Ravelry. Thanks!

  344. Kelly Miller says:

    I love this sweater and cant wait to knit it!

  345. Kelly Miller says:

    I love this sweater and cant wait to knit it!

  346. Shutterhoney says:

    The Congdon cardigan is my favorite…I love the graphic patterning up the front. It looks like it would be fun to play with the color combinations on! Great work Miriam! Rav ID: Shutterhoney

  347. Shutterhoney says:

    The Congdon cardigan is my favorite…I love the graphic patterning up the front. It looks like it would be fun to play with the color combinations on! Great work Miriam! Rav ID: Shutterhoney

  348. Connie A. says:

    I love the chromaticity cowl! Every winter I knit up a cowl or two to keep me warm during the cold Alberta winter. This one is striking! and sure to draw alot of attention from my co workers. They are always interested in the newest item i have knit up.
    Connie

  349. Connie A. says:

    I love the chromaticity cowl! Every winter I knit up a cowl or two to keep me warm during the cold Alberta winter. This one is striking! and sure to draw alot of attention from my co workers. They are always interested in the newest item i have knit up.
    Connie

  350. Clare Kilpatrick says:

    I am torn between the Congdon Cardigan and the Willis Triangles but would likely go with the first because of its vertical (i.e. slimming) detail.

  351. Clare Kilpatrick says:

    I am torn between the Congdon Cardigan and the Willis Triangles but would likely go with the first because of its vertical (i.e. slimming) detail.

  352. amm1029 says:

    Don’t know if I have the knitting know-how but I’d love to try and tackle the Congdon Cardigan. It’s beautiful!

  353. amm1029 says:

    Don’t know if I have the knitting know-how but I’d love to try and tackle the Congdon Cardigan. It’s beautiful!

  354. Sharon says:

    I would absolutely love to knit the DeStijl Wrap. to me it is refreshingly modern in it’s simplicity.

  355. Sharon says:

    I would absolutely love to knit the DeStijl Wrap. to me it is refreshingly modern in it’s simplicity.

  356. Caroline Paul says:

    I love every single pattern in this book … but if I had to pick only one, it would be the Congdon Cardigan. I love the colors up the front. It’s so fun! I haven’t done much colorwork, but I finally feel like I’ve found a group of patterns that would be a great way to practice!

  357. Caroline Paul says:

    I love every single pattern in this book … but if I had to pick only one, it would be the Congdon Cardigan. I love the colors up the front. It’s so fun! I haven’t done much colorwork, but I finally feel like I’ve found a group of patterns that would be a great way to practice!

  358. Maja Orlic says:

    I think the DeStijl Wrap is my favourite. I love blocks of colour and wraps are one of my favourite clothing pieces for fall (and my chilly office)!

    -duckicanuck on Ravelry

  359. Maja Orlic says:

    I think the DeStijl Wrap is my favourite. I love blocks of colour and wraps are one of my favourite clothing pieces for fall (and my chilly office)!

    -duckicanuck on Ravelry

  360. Melanie Morehead says:

    Oh my goodness, Where do I start??? The Willis Triangles cardigan is so beautiful, but the Chromaticity cowl would be a quick project I would have to make both!
    Fabricgoddess65 on Ravelry

  361. Melanie Morehead says:

    Oh my goodness, Where do I start??? The Willis Triangles cardigan is so beautiful, but the Chromaticity cowl would be a quick project I would have to make both!
    Fabricgoddess65 on Ravelry

  362. Maria Purvis says:

    The cowl is absolutely gorgeous!

  363. Maria Purvis says:

    The cowl is absolutely gorgeous!

  364. lisa says:

    Congdon. Willis. Congdon. Willis. Can’t decide — would have to do both!!

  365. lisa says:

    Congdon. Willis. Congdon. Willis. Can’t decide — would have to do both!!

  366. Ashley Nivison says:

    This Chromacity Cowl is my favorite – simple, yet you are able to switch up the colours however you’d like, in a way that will make each cowl completely different. Options are great.
    Pink, white, and grey SweetGeorgia and the ebook for this collection? What more could a girl ask for?
    PurlyPurly on Ravelry

  367. Ashley Nivison says:

    This Chromacity Cowl is my favorite – simple, yet you are able to switch up the colours however you’d like, in a way that will make each cowl completely different. Options are great.
    Pink, white, and grey SweetGeorgia and the ebook for this collection? What more could a girl ask for?
    PurlyPurly on Ravelry

  368. Kc Plomin says:

    I LOVE your patterns and would be so happy if I was able to win them so I could start them sooner.

    Ravelry name: KCSCRAPPER

  369. Angela Radzyuk says:

    I love the sweater! It would be a great intro to color work for me. I’ve been wanting to try it! Thank you for the opportunity.

    angela@allforloveofyarn.com

  370. Kc Plomin says:

    I LOVE your patterns and would be so happy if I was able to win them so I could start them sooner.

    Ravelry name: KCSCRAPPER

  371. Angela Radzyuk says:

    I love the sweater! It would be a great intro to color work for me. I’ve been wanting to try it! Thank you for the opportunity.

    angela@allforloveofyarn.com

  372. Ariane C says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl. It looks like a great way to add a pop of colour to a winter outfit! I like how the hexagon borders tie everything together.
    RavID: enaira

  373. Ariane C says:

    I love the Chromaticity Cowl. It looks like a great way to add a pop of colour to a winter outfit! I like how the hexagon borders tie everything together.
    RavID: enaira

  374. melanie says:

    The Chromaticity Cowl for sure! All are pretty, but I can only handle a bit of colorwork at a time, too advanced for me. rav id: qtpieknitter

  375. melanie says:

    The Chromaticity Cowl for sure! All are pretty, but I can only handle a bit of colorwork at a time, too advanced for me. rav id: qtpieknitter

  376. Trudy says:

    They’re all beautiful. I might dare to try the Chromaticity Cowl, and maybe when I become a better knitter, the Willis Cardigan.
    ravelry id: woollynook

  377. Trudy says:

    They’re all beautiful. I might dare to try the Chromaticity Cowl, and maybe when I become a better knitter, the Willis Cardigan.
    ravelry id: woollynook

  378. Gillian Neale says:

    I’m slowly falling in love with colourwork, there’s so many ways to make any FO completely unique with different colour combos. I would love to make the chromaticity cowl first, I would probably make it with Deep Cove as the MC, and the two CCs would be Slate and Ultraviolet. I really prefer the 3 colour choice over the rainbow effect.
    -lilgillie on ravelry

  379. Gillian Neale says:

    I’m slowly falling in love with colourwork, there’s so many ways to make any FO completely unique with different colour combos. I would love to make the chromaticity cowl first, I would probably make it with Deep Cove as the MC, and the two CCs would be Slate and Ultraviolet. I really prefer the 3 colour choice over the rainbow effect.
    -lilgillie on ravelry

  380. Lisa says:

    Absolutely stunning! I love it!
    and your yarns make it even better! Love them!

    Lisa
    ldrembroidery@gmail.com

  381. Lisa says:

    Absolutely stunning! I love it!
    and your yarns make it even better! Love them!

    Lisa
    ldrembroidery@gmail.com

  382. Jane Fields says:

    I think the cowl is absolutely perfect for someone like me. I love color work in moderation. That is, I love color work in small projects. And I can never decide on colors because I love so many. So just think, you could make hundreds of the cowl and use hundreds of different sweet Georgia yarns! (I do have just a few in my stash!)

  383. Jane Fields says:

    I think the cowl is absolutely perfect for someone like me. I love color work in moderation. That is, I love color work in small projects. And I can never decide on colors because I love so many. So just think, you could make hundreds of the cowl and use hundreds of different sweet Georgia yarns! (I do have just a few in my stash!)

  384. Tara Rafiq says:

    I would love to knit the Chromaticity Cowl or the DeStijl wrap. The whole collection looks awesome! tararafiq on Ravelry

  385. Tara Rafiq says:

    I would love to knit the Chromaticity Cowl or the DeStijl wrap. The whole collection looks awesome! tararafiq on Ravelry

  386. L Sykes says:

    I think that the Suprematism Mitts are so cute, and just my speed.

  387. L Sykes says:

    I think that the Suprematism Mitts are so cute, and just my speed.

  388. KimFisher says:

    I noticed these patterns popping up on Ravelry the other day, LOVE THEM ALL! The Chromaticity Cowl was the first pattern that caught my eye because i’m a sucker for cowls and colorwork. But what I would really really like to make (once I become a more established sweater knitter) is the Congdon Cardigan – Love it!

    – KimFisher on Ravelry

  389. KimFisher says:

    I noticed these patterns popping up on Ravelry the other day, LOVE THEM ALL! The Chromaticity Cowl was the first pattern that caught my eye because i’m a sucker for cowls and colorwork. But what I would really really like to make (once I become a more established sweater knitter) is the Congdon Cardigan – Love it!

    – KimFisher on Ravelry

  390. Susan Benzer says:

    Hard decision – love the chromaticity cowl (and the colors in the giveaway are my favorites!) or the WIllis Triangles cardi because they just stand out so neatly.
    SoozB (Ravelry id: laceysusan)

  391. Susan Benzer says:

    Hard decision – love the chromaticity cowl (and the colors in the giveaway are my favorites!) or the WIllis Triangles cardi because they just stand out so neatly.
    SoozB (Ravelry id: laceysusan)

  392. Annette says:

    Love The Chromacity Cowl, so much variation could be done with this pattern. Also, love the Willis Triangle Cardigan and the story behind it.
    Luv2run on Ravelry

  393. Annette says:

    Love The Chromacity Cowl, so much variation could be done with this pattern. Also, love the Willis Triangle Cardigan and the story behind it.
    Luv2run on Ravelry

  394. Jean Gerster says:

    Hi Felicia, I would definitely go for the Metamerism pullover. I envision a pale background for the main part of the sweater, orange or a light purple, with the circular pattern being knit in a complimentary color in a deeper shade. I think a low cut sweater would be perfect for Vancouver. I always get overheated in my sweaters even on rainy winter days!
    Juaknita on Ravelry

  395. Jean Gerster says:

    Hi Felicia, I would definitely go for the Metamerism pullover. I envision a pale background for the main part of the sweater, orange or a light purple, with the circular pattern being knit in a complimentary color in a deeper shade. I think a low cut sweater would be perfect for Vancouver. I always get overheated in my sweaters even on rainy winter days!
    Juaknita on Ravelry

  396. Barbara says:

    I would love to knit the Chromacity Cowl. I see it being a Christmas gift in a variety of colours for the young women on my gift list. Each would have their own distinctive colour selection depending on what I see as their colour preferences. kiheigirl on ravelry

  397. Barbara says:

    I would love to knit the Chromacity Cowl. I see it being a Christmas gift in a variety of colours for the young women on my gift list. Each would have their own distinctive colour selection depending on what I see as their colour preferences. kiheigirl on ravelry

  398. hoodlumknit says:

    I have several of her books already and they do not disappoint. I love love love the Chromacity Cowl so much

  399. hoodlumknit says:

    I have several of her books already and they do not disappoint. I love love love the Chromacity Cowl so much

  400. kimatthecreek says:

    Chromaticity Cowl all the way! Love it!!

  401. kimatthecreek says:

    Chromaticity Cowl all the way! Love it!!

  402. Amber Gibbons Nagel says:

    Congdon Cardigan because it has a really flattering fit!
    ravelry id- gibbles83

  403. Amber Gibbons Nagel says:

    Congdon Cardigan because it has a really flattering fit!
    ravelry id- gibbles83

  404. MelissaN says:

    I am really drawn to the Metamerism Pullover. The retro style reminds me of a very sophisticated Charlie Brown look. I’m thinking yellow base and black. mnashawati on Ravelry

  405. MelissaN says:

    I am really drawn to the Metamerism Pullover. The retro style reminds me of a very sophisticated Charlie Brown look. I’m thinking yellow base and black. mnashawati on Ravelry

  406. Laurel says:

    Gorgi-geous! I love the colours of yarn you chose and think I might actually be able to master the cowl. Keeping my fingers crossed until they start knitting!

  407. Laurel says:

    Gorgi-geous! I love the colours of yarn you chose and think I might actually be able to master the cowl. Keeping my fingers crossed until they start knitting!

  408. Michelle L says:

    cute patterns – I like the Chromaticity Cowl best.

    mprsdrose on rav.

  409. Michelle L says:

    cute patterns – I like the Chromaticity Cowl best.

    mprsdrose on rav.

  410. Joolea says:

    Love love love the Chromacity cowl… would look great in Sweet Georgia yarn – Joolea (ravelry)

  411. Joolea says:

    Love love love the Chromacity cowl… would look great in Sweet Georgia yarn – Joolea (ravelry)

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