Posts Tagged ‘worsted’

Spring Tradition

Sunday, January 10th, 2016

The shine is barely off the new year apple and here we are already turning our thoughts to what’s new in spring yarns.  This one in particular has been creating knit-worthy buzz after recently showing up on store shelves.  Not only does it add a welcome ray of sunshine on a dull winter day it poses quite a dilemma when it comes to choosing just one shade.  So queue up your favorite patterns for cosy cardigans and pullovers, sporty vests, baby wear, gradient-coloured blankets, and whatever awesome accessories you have been hoping to knit up this season because this yarn is ready for action-



Introducing T R A D I T I O N from Diamond Luxury Collection, a true worsted weight quality that fills the void between double knitting and chunky weight yarns in a blend of wool and acrylic spun with a sturdy dose of nylon.  This is a yarn that plays hard yet remains soft and supple next to the skin and comes in a fabulous range of more than forty shades.


A fun mix of texture shows off the crisp stitch definition that Tradition provides and puts a modern spin on this Gansey-style pulloverLobster (shown above).


This is a sweater with ‘great bones’ that will take you from the depths of winter into the refreshing days of spring with ease.  A timeless design with a comfortable fit, this design showcases the smooth even finish of Tradition.   Apple (shown above).


Cropped is the keyword in spring fashion and this lace pullover puts its best stitch forward with two stylish options to choose from in one pattern.  Cover the bases from weekend to office wear with Tradition, a yarn that keeps you feeling cosy in the winter and cool in the spring.  Lilac and Mist (shown above).