It’s done, it’s done! Big ‘thank you’ to Katrina (model) and Portland Nursery (location) for being awesome.
GAUGE: 16 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette
- Approximately 200 y / 183 m of worsted to Aran weight yarn. Samples shown were knit with 1 skein of Anzula For Better or Worsted (200 y/182 m per 3.5 oz/ 100 g skein), shown in “Clay” and “Daffodil”
- Set of five US 8/ 5 mm dpns
- One 16-inch/ 40.5 cm US 8/ 5 mm circular needle
- One 16-inch/ 40.5 cm US 6/ 4 mm circular needle
- Tapestry needle
- 8 stitch markers (optional)
SIZING: Adult M (22”/ 56 cm head circumference)
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate
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saw felt the yarn, Anzula’s For Better or Worsted, at TNNA and immediately knew what it needed to be – I’d just been informed that I was getting several designs back and needed to re-knit them. Anzula gave me a bunch of skeins in different colors (so expect to see more patterns knit with this yarn in coming weeks!) and I cast on immediately. Yum. Not to mention fabulous stitch definition.
And now to the CONTEST portion of our post, specifically aimed at the nerds among us. The first three people to email me with the correct answer to this question:
Where did the pattern name, Vero Verto, come from?*
…will win one free copy of Vero Verto and any one Rose City Knits pattern of their choice! Send your answer to my email – fyberduck(at)gmail(dot)com.
The deadline to submit is end of day, Thursday, February 13th (PT). I’ll announce the winners on Friday (well, hopefully, provided anyone enters) and send out those patterns :)
*Hint: book lovers, think of the big screen.