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McIntosh Fingering from Apple Fiber Studios, and two finished objects!

Posted by on September 19, 2016

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McIntosh is a fingering weight blend of superfine alpaca, Merino wool, and nylon, newly available from Apple Fiber Studios of Bellingham, Washington. And what a vivid and lively selection of colors!

I finished Eddy, a CustomFit sweater that flew off the US 9 needles, in spite of the miles of 1×1 ribbing the cowl neck required. Tuscan Aire is a chainette yarn, so it is incredibly airy. Even with that cowl, the entire sweater weighs less than 350 grams. I’m hoping for a day cool enough to wear it soon–it is so cozy. Plymouth has a great free pattern for a cabled cowl with this yarn, too!

Eddy--A CustomFit Sweater

And then there is Malt, knit with the delightful Hayfield Baby Blossom Chunky. It was SO much fun to knit this yarn, and it passed the machine wash & dry test with flying colors. Baby Blossom is also available in a selection of fun bright colors, too!

Malt in Baby Blossom Chunky

Malt in Baby Blossom Chunky

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