Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Solar Waves Wrap - Free with Jilly Lace Yarn Purchase

Solar Waves Wrap
What are you going to wear?  Spring is that awkward time of year when it can be downright cold in the morning then sunshiny gorgeous in the afternoon.  So how can you plan what to wear?

Wraps are a perfect springtime accessory!  Wrap it snugly around your shoulders in the chilly mornings and drape it loosely in the warm afternoons.  And the Solar Waves Wrap is like having merry beams of sunshine on your shoulders!  Knit the Solar Waves Wrap in the fiery Hey, Sunshine colorway of Dream in Color's Jilly Lace and you'll be humming along with John Denver "Sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy!"

Bonus:  The Solar Waves Wrap is free with the purchase of Jilly Lace yarn!

Never worked with Jilly Lace?  Here is the project you've been waiting for!  Knit with just one skein of Jilly Lace, the lace fabric lets the hand-dyed yarn be the star.  Worked from short end to short end, the entire project is no more complicated than yarn-overs and simple decreases. This project is ideal for even first-time lace knitters!  Seriously, the whole lace pattern is only ten stitches wide and sixteen rows long with front-side only patterning - meaning the YOs and K2togs are only every other row.  So you'll have the stitch pattern memorized before you know it.

Solar Waves Wrap
Dream in Color's Jilly Lace is a beautiful lace weight yarn.  It's an evenly spun superwash merino single-ply that takes dye beautifully and has a lovely sheen when struck by light.  The ladies at Dream in Color hand-dye gorgeous colorways both in "nearly solids" as well as softly blended multis.  I picked Hey, Sunshine for my wrap, but we've got over 30 in-stock colors to choose from as well as an additional 49 special order colors.

Double Bonus:  All Dream in Color yarn, including Jilly Lace, is on sale at 20% off until the end of March!

Knit the Solar Waves Wrap for your spring accessorizing - then wear it all year round as a reminder of spring!

Happy Knitting . . . . Amy

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