Say hello to Autumn, with its crisp, cool air, no more pesky bugs, and a visual feast for the eyes as the leaves put on a spectacular display of colour.
This week, our inspiration comes from Algonquin Park, Canada’s oldest provincial park, consisting of more than seven thousand square kilometres (almost twice the size of P.E.I), including twelve hundred rivers, and two thousand lakes, some of which were formed by glaciers. Drawing visitors from all around the world, Algonquin Park is known for interpretive walking trails, backcountry camping, abundant wildlife, and if you time it just right- panoramic views of the best fall foliage.
Capture the essence of Autumn in one of these hot and spicy knitwear designs-
Trekking along the trail, this trellis stitch pullover knit in Rialto Chunky from Debbie Bliss is substantial enough to wear as a sporty top layer with ample room to move and stretch. Add some sizzle to your hiking wear in ruby red.
A spicy shade of paprika turns up the heat in this little cardigan sprinkled with rows of bobbles. Knit in Sublime Extra Fine Merino DK , a refined classic available in an extensive range of forty-three shades.
Wrap yourself up in a cap sleeve vest that stretches out into the full width of a shawl. A trendy new design from the Diamond Luxury Collection, knit in Lima, Peruvian highland wool in an aran weight. Look for this zesty shade of cranberry flare.
Set your weekend ablaze in ruby red Paloma, one of the new chainette yarns, ultra light in baby alpaca with merino. Beginners will love the ease of this raglan design, no ribbing, just knit one row, purl one row.
Moss stitch rules in this roomy tunic with a polo neck and turn-back cuffs. Stitch on a front pocket for extra warmth. Debbie Bliss adds burnt orange to the irresistible line-up of hues in Cashmerino Aran.