A Little Something

Even though summer temperatures climb to the 90s here in Spokane, sometimes in the evening a little wrap is needed.

Not too much, just a short-sleeved vest or a light-weight cardigan. And there's always something in knit.wear that fits the bill perfectly. Here are a couple of perfectly light wraps; little somethings.

Welted Peerie Shawl by Faina Goberstein, from knit.wear Spring 2013

Geometric triangles and traditional Orenburg-style construction combine for a simple,
striking shawl with modern texture and movement. The shawl begins at the center back neck, and four stitches are increased every right-side row to
form the sides and lower edge. The yarn used is a luxurious cashmere/nylon blend,
which just ads to the beauty of this knitted shawl.
Crimped Cardigan by Sarah Wilson, from knit.wear Spring 2012

Subtle A-line shaping and a plush welted edge give a simple top-down cardigan quiet,
surprising interest. Full facings under the welting provide structure and stability.
A cotton-Bamboo blend yarn adds to the drape of this unique, stylish knit cardigan.
This is a fun little knit that will be come one of your wardrobe staples.

Get our special knit.wear Collection—which includes all of the issues from 2011 through 2013—and and cast on a little something for yourself to wear this summer.


P.S. Do you have a little something on your needles? Leave a comment and tell us about it!

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