The Tribeca Capelet is a perfect transition piece to take you from spring, to summer nights, to fall (and it’s a quick knit, too)! With only 4 balls of a lovely Merino-silk blend striated tape yarn, this fashion-forward piece is a delight to both knit and wear.
P.S. Please remember that our hours are shortened while Lauren is caring for her new baby! We’ll also be closed from May 5th-13th. You can always find our most current schedule on the website, or by calling 775.588.4015.
We love Takhi Stacy Charles! And we’re crazy about one of their newest designs, the Tribeca Capelet. It’s the perfect transition piece from summer to fall, and a quick knit, too (only 4 balls required)! It’s knit in Phoebe–a lovely Merino-silk blend striated tape yarn.
This yarn is also perfect for fun knits like this scarf, and the Fort Tyron Hat and Wristers.
We’ve had the privilege of meeting Stacy Charles a few times–not only is he an inspired designer, but he’s a wonderful person, too. We love following his designs and always can’t wait to see what he comes up with next! Read about his inspirations–the places where fashion and fibre meet–here.
And be sure to follow the Tahki Stacy Charles blog here for the latest in design inspiration and more!
Looking for a quick (but luxurious) winter project? Check out the Gradients Kit by Artyarns. It features 4 skeins (135 yards each) of Merino Cloud (80% fine merino and 20% cashmere) in softly gradient colors, and comes with free pattern options!
The kit comes with a coupon for 2 free shawl patterns from Artyarns (downloadable from their website here).
In addition, mention this blog post when you purchase the kit at The Knitting Nest, and we’ll include at no cost this beautiful pattern from Ravelry: the Merino Cloud Gradient Cowl pattern by Iris Schreier.