I have already expressed my love for Kidsilk Haze. And how I want to use the yarn more. Which may have actually resulted in my buying more yarn! Ideally, I would love to knit a larger garment, like a sweater in the Kidsilk Haze.
As Rowan are constantly changing their range. They add new yarns and varieties to Kidsilk range (currently it is Eclipse and Stripe). They also produce pattern books to go with the new yarn. The original books all seemed to have a vintage feel. Whereas, the current collections seem to be a lot more modern and wearable.
The Tabatha sweater is designed with Kidsilk Haze Eclipse, the glittery version of the yarn in mind. However, I think it would look just as great in Steel (dark grey) and Wicked (black). Or if you have the courage to wear brighter colours like Candy Girl (bright pink) and Grace (pale pink).
As I explained before my first experience knitting with Kidsilk Haze and beads was a bit of a disaster. But that doesn’t mean I’m not
Whereas, Kidsilk Haze does look amazing in stockinette. Let’s not forget it is a lace-weight and looks stunning if used in a simple lace pattern. As with this vest, with its thicker ribbed waistband and elegant lace is also an amazing top for a special occasion.
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