Knit Collage is fascinating yarn to create with! This super bulky yarn is so much fun that you have to keep going to see what the next row reveals, and the next, and the next! Fortunately it works up quickly so you don’t have to wait long to gaze in delight at your finished project!
Amy Small, owner, has taught a handful of women in Punjab, India how to craft her yarn designs on traditional spinning wheels. A few others create embellishments to add to the yarn. Each skein is a treasure of uniqueness due to the exceptional amount of hands-on work involved!
Some of the colorways have over 10 different colors of fiber to create their spectacular look! Amy suggests that when you knit with a yarn with embellishments, you should gently push the embellishment to the front of your work after you’ve finished the stitch. She also suggests lightly blocking them so they aren’t soaking wet to avoid lengthy drying time.
Knit Collage has patterns that showcase the details of their yarn perfectly. The hat above, worked on size 13 and 15 needles, is the Rosalita Hat designed by Cheryl Kubat. Wabarna pom poms seem as if they’re made specifically for this hat!
These mittens are Susan B. Anderson’s Christmas Mitten Story worked on a size 10.5 needle. How fun to wear on a dreary day!
You will have noticed the My Sister Knits bags in the photos! We now have a collection of our own bags, beautifully hand made with great attention to detail, by local artisan Jennica Force. Be sure to check out the zippers!
We invite you to our little corner of the world to peruse our Knit Collage yarns and choose a bag that calls to you! See you soon!