How well do you actually know your yarn?
How good are your matching skills? Can you match a finished project to the yarn it’s made with? Take the yarn quiz to find out.
Luxurious yarns in neutral color pallets, knit.wear Wool Studio Presents: Tahki Yarns Terra Collection is an awesome collection of projects perfect for gifts, quick knits, and beginning knitters. From eleven projects, we have selected five to test your skills (and eyesight). If you are up to the challenge, scroll down and try to match a project with its yarn.
Alder Capelet by Debbi Stone and Marcy Vandale
Answer: Tahki Yarns Vermont
The Pattern: Worked in the round from the top down in a yarn with great stitch definition, this capelet with an interesting front cable panel brings a smart layering piece to the modern wardrobe.
Acacia Reversible Pullover by Teresa Chorzepa
Answer: Tahki Yarns Arctic
The Pattern: A simple crewneck pullover with a roomy fit takes its cues from an unusual yarn: a bulky wool-alpaca bouclé. This sweater is completely reversible; wear it right-side out with the purl side facing or inside out with the knit side facing and visible seams. Either way, it’s quick and effortlessly chic.
Walnut Poncho by Lidia Karabinech
Answer: Tahki Yarns Big Montana
The Pattern: Worked back and forth in a long strip, this poncho features unique braided columns. To make these columns, stitches are dropped and raveled down to the cast-on row, then hooked back up two strands at a time from the cast-on back to the top. The bound-off edge is sewn to the lower side edge to enclose the final piece.
Ebony Pullover by Rosemary Drysdale
Answer: Tahki Yarns Nevada
The Pattern: Knit a basic drop-shoulder sweater that goes with everything! The Ebony Pullover features simple shapes and stitches and knits up quickly on size 19 needles. Newer and experienced knitters alike will enjoy the meditative act of forming exaggerated stitches in a delightful wool-alpaca blend that shows off the best of both fibers—elasticity, stitch definition, bloom, drape, and body.
Tupelo Cowl by Rosemary Drysdale
Answer: Tahki Yarns Glacier
The Pattern: With its 1x1 rib and fur-effect alpaca yarn, the Tupelo Cowl is super-simple knitting at its finest. Worked as one long piece, the cowl is joined into an infinity scarf by sewing the cast-on and bound-off ends together.
Explore and experience the entire Tahki Terra collection and discover why this collection is irresistible….