Anna is a top-down pullover with a stranded colorwork yoke and a delicate picot edged neckline. Worked in sport-weight yarn above gauge, this is a lightweight garment with elegant drape. View Size Guide
Included in this Kit
3/4/5 Skeins of Yarn Vibes Sport Weight Yarn in Color A of your choice (depending on size) and 1 Skein of Yarn Vibes Sport Weight Yarn in Color B of your choice
The sweater pictured is knitted in Yarn Vibes 100% Organic, shade Harvest Sky (Color A) and shade Barley (Color B).
Please get in touch with us if there is an alternative color combination you would prefer!
1 x Exclusive Knitting Pattern
Kit does not include needles
This pattern requires 1 US4 (3.5mm) Circular Needle (or as needed to meet gauge in single color stockinette) and 1 US5 (3.75mm) Circular Needle (or as needed to meet gauge for colorwork)
Engineered from electroplated hollow brass pipes, KnitPro's Nova Metal Fixed Circular Needles shiny polished surface are a knitter’s delight. Sharp and gradually tapered points are ideal for all knitting projects.
When we think of dusk in the north west of Ireland (where designer Ailbíona lives), we picture the fuchsia hedges that grow along the side of the road. As the light slowly drains from the sky, their dangling forms glow like jewels against the backdrop of evening shadows.
Inspired by this imagery, Anna is a top-down pullover with a stranded colorwork yoke and a delicate picot
edged neckline. Worked in sport-weight yarn above gauge, this is a lightweight garment with elegant drape.
Combining tonal and lightly variegated yarns offers limitless possibilities for magical colorwork effects.
About the Designer
Co. Donegal, Ireland
Ailbíona is an exceptionally talented knitwear designer based in County Donegal. She learnt to knit at a young age - possibly as young as four years old - she is not entirely sure but remembers learning to read at roughly the same time! Her mother and paternal grandmother were both enthusiastic knitters and it is from them that she learnt a blend of Russian and German methods that she feels is best described as 'hybrid-continental'.