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Ridgeline at EYF

March 9, 2017

It’s that time of year again, time for the Edinburgh Yarn Festival! This year we will be sharing a booth (M9) with the lovely Nina of Rainbow Heirloom, and to celebrate we have a new pattern, Ridgeline, in the newest Rainbow Heirloom yarn: Heritage DK. We will be giving away 25 copies of Ridgeline to the first 25 people to the booth on Friday and Saturday!

Highlights from EYF 2016!

Ridgeline is a hat and mitten set inspired by those excellent vintage photographs of people on the ski slopes. Picture a gal in a warm hand knit toque and mittens thrown on, perhaps, with a fair isle yoked sweater, long wooden skis, and a smile. This set features graphic chevrons that shift the colour from one to the next. I have been enjoying colours in 3s lately so this set fit the bill!

Nina is wearing her beautiful Lush cardigan along with the Ridgeline set

Ridgeline Details

Pattern: Ridgeline

Yarn: Rainbow Heirloom Heritage DK (shown in ‘snow melt’, ‘wicked pacific’, and ‘golden north’)
for hat: MC: 60 (80, 110, 130, 160) yds; CC1: 30 yds; CC2: 45 (55, 65, 90, 100) yds
for mittens: MC: 80 (110, 140, 160) yds; CC1: 15 (20, 30, 35) yds; CC2: 25 (30, 40, 45) yds

Suggested Needles: US #3 / 3.25mm and US #5 / 3.75mm

If you are anywhere near Edinburgh this Friday or Saturday, definitely drop by the Tin Can Knits booth (M9). You can peruse our books, get your copy signed, and see all the lovely new knits from Heart on my Sleeve and Mad Colour in person!


More Tin Can Knits to see in person at EYF:

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