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The Campaign For Wool’s Limited Edition Sweater

The Campaign For Wool recently teamed up with British cashmere clothing retailer, Brora, to create a limited edition sweater that is now available for purchase. Both supporters of wool’s unique benefits, the two collaborated with college students to create designs inspired by the Bauhaus movement. One winning design, from student Jasmine Cook, was made into a run of 100 limited edition sweaters which is now for sale in conjunction with Wool Week. Made of 100% pure new wool, is comfy to wear and tells a great story.

The First Annual Rhinebeck West

Can’t make it to Rhinebeck for the New York Sheep and Wool festival this year? Then head to the Knitting Tree in LA for the first annual Rhinebeck West, happening October 19-20. The free, mini fiber festival will feature goats, prizes, music and goods from Californian indie dyers and makers. Discover yarn from Born and Raised Knits, Left Coast Dye Works, and more without the crowds or donut line. Sweaters optional.

WAK Introduces Their Curvy Collection

We Are Knitters has introduced their Curvy Collection, a plus sized offering of some of their best selling patterns. Sized in XXL and XXXL, the collection has an initial offering of six project kits, including the Nolita Sweater and the Tap Cardigan.

CAST ON: “Brackish Jumper” by Malia Mae Joesph

Put your favorite four color combo of DK weight yarn (the designer used West Wool Tandem) to work in this playful yoked sweater. Worked from the top-down and with positive ease, this sweater includes both written and charted instructions for ease-of-knitting and customization. Though already sized from xs – 5x, the length of the hemline and sleeves are easily customizable.