Your Top 3 Ravelry Picks from Wool Studio Vol. IV: The Norah Gaughan Collection
Iconic knitwear designer Norah Gaughan has done it again: She’s created a chic, modern, and unexpected knitwear collection. Wool Studio Vol. IV: The Norah Gaughan Collection features 10 original women’s garments and accessories. The Avery Shawl is a standout Norah classic featuring clever geometric construction, but as you can see in the collection, there is more to Norah than geometry and cables.
The hearts are growing on Ravelry, and we now have our clear top 3 fan favorites. Let’s take a look at your selects!
1. The Murray Pullover
It’s pretty clear why the Murray Pullover has taken the top spot for both fans and our editorial staff. The gentle gradient, the simple mesh stitch, the wide v-neck collar with ribbing together make the perfect transitional pullover for spring /summer. Our books editorial director, Kerry Bogert, has been planning on making this top since the collection debuted, and our social media manager, Andrea Lotz, has a pile of Ancient Arts Fibre Crafts Nettle Soft in hand to cast on her pullover, too.
2. The Sloan Dress
Made in gorgeous New York from Trendsetter Yarns, the Sloan Dress is a versatile transition layer that you can wear practically all year round. The tunic length pairs well with leggings, jeans, billowy pants, or tights. There’s also an option to make the sleeves long or short, depending on your preference.
3. The Aspen Pullover
Asymmetrical cables, unusual eyelet placement, and an updated silhouette all make the Aspen Pullover a showstopper from this collection. It was knitscene editor Hannah Baker’s favorite the moment we received the collection. Sugar Bush Yarns Rapture, a 50/50 blend of supersoft llama and merino wool, helps make this a comfortable and stylish top for the fall.
What are your favorites from Wool Studio Vol. IV? We want to know!