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07 Oct '16

Beacon Rock Cowl - Our Final KAL of 2016

Posted by Melanie Dilworth in Black Trillium, gradient yarn, gradient yarns, KAL

We're coming to the end of another year, much to the cheer of my children who eternally look forward to Christmas and my chagrin because I can't shake the feeling I didn't get enough done yet again.  This means our final knit-along of 2016 is coming up, and to go out with a bang I invited Debbi Stone back again to design something wonderful for us.

Beacon Rock Cowl is a harmonious blending of an easy-to-memorize four-row-repeat stitch pattern, working in the round, and the subtle color changes of our Sublime DK Gradient Yarn.  Debbi knit her's in Ursa, our most recent addition to the selection of browns in our gradient yarn line-up.  This pattern is written out, as there's no real reason to chart it, and we're sure you'll find it easy to follow.

Since this is one of our knit-alongs, we encourage you to check out the pattern PDF and the requisite gradient yarn, and then swing by Ravelry to read our chat thread about participation and prize eligibility.  For the first time ever we're making the pattern immediately available to everyone rather than only as part of a kit.  We welcome everyone to participate in the KAL, although only knitters who use a Sublime DK Gradient are eligible for the finisher's prize selection.

As always, we hope to see lots of folks having fun knitting up this project.  If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at service [at] blacktrilliumfibres [dot] com.  We really appreciate it when you read through the entire product page before purchasing, because we answer lots of important questions there first.  With regards to colors, we've made sure ample stock is available in the Sublime Gradient Yarns but we may not get to restocking if things sell out until much later in October.  First come, first served, and all that.

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