Friday, February 27, 2015

Tahki's Cotton Classic is a Classic Cotton - And it's 20% Off!

Falling Leaves pattern
Nothing says "spring" like cotton, and Tahki's Cotton Classic has remained the go-to cotton yarn for years!  It looks good and it keeps looking good!

All Tahki Classic Cotton is on sale at 20% off!

So snub Mother Nature's record-breaking cold weather with Cotton Classic's heirloom-quality yarn in a broad palette of over 40 colors that range from rich and intense to beautiful soft pastels. The sheen of this mercerized 100% cotton is gorgeous in everything from simple stockinette to complex lace stitches. If you're looking for a durable, drapey knit, you can't go wrong with Cotton Classic!

So what to knit?  This staple yarn has been around so long that many designers have used it in their creations.  The sheer number of patterns using Cotton Classic can be overwhelming - but here's my top four favorites:

  • San Francisco Hi-Lo Top
    San Francisco Hi-Lo Top
    by Rosemary Drysdale is an easy garter stitch top with bold stripes and a hi-lo hem.  Uses 8 to 12 skeins. 
  • Falling Leaves by Rosemary Drysdale is a lacy pull-over tank with a dramatic cascading leaves design.  For the experienced knitter.  Uses 5 to 10 skeins. 
  • April Showers by Lanie Hering is an easy eyelet top knit side to side in a linear lace pattern.  Pair the vertical design with a belt for an especially figure-flattering look. Uses 5 to 9 skeins.
  • Breezy Top by Teresa Chorzepa is an easy, loose-fitting colorblocking top.  Use 6 to 12 skeins. 

FREE Scarf Trio Pattern

Do you like free stuff?  The Scarf Trio Pattern is FREE with the purchase of any Cotton Classic yarn!  The Scarf Trio includes three different long scarf patterns, great for brisk early spring days or for airy summer accessorizing.  You'll need three skeins for each of these scarfs. 

Stock up now!  The Classic Cotton 20% off sale ends soon.

Start creating your spring cotton projects now, so you'll be ready when it's time to cast aside the heavy coats and winter boots!

Happy Knitting . . . . Amy

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