Posts Tagged ‘Best of Berroco from WEBS’

Thank You

Friday, April 4th, 2014
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With the first quarter of 2014 is coming to a close we wanted to take a moment to thank some of the people that have made it such a success.

To Amy Herzog, Melissa LaBarre and Doris Chan,
Thank you for your creative vision, and for turning our yarns into works of wearable art.

To Madelinetosh,
Thank you for sharing your gorgeous colors with us.

(If you haven’t yet gotten any, there are just a few skeins left of our 40th Anniversary Valley Superwash DK hand dyed by Madelinetosh. When they’re gone, they’re gone!)

To Della Q,
Thank you for the perfect project bag.

(There are just a few of these limited edition bags left. Get one while you can!)

To Barbara Elkins, Judie Yamamoto, and Carol Birtwistle,
Thank you for creating amazing textiles with our yarns.

To Norah Gaughan and the Berroco team,
Thank you for breathing new life into some classic Berroco designs, just for us.

To Stamell Stringed Instruments,
Thank you for letting us come home one more time, and for being a beautiful location for photography.

(The house that Stamell’s occupies is the former home of WEBS)

And thanks to You, our customers,
You have made the start of our 40th Anniversary year just amazing. Thanks for being here with us.

We’ve got so much more to share with you! Our second round of celebrations launch next Monday, April 7th. More yarn, more designs, and more specialty products!

Best of Berroco from WEBS is here!

Friday, February 21st, 2014
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This is one of the little surprises we’ve had tucked up our sleeve since the beginning of the year and we’re excited to reveal it. To help us celebrate our 40th Anniversary our friends at Berroco pulled together a collection that is exclusive to Webs until June!  Best of Berroco from WEBS features 4 classic patterns that have been reworked  in new colors and yarns.


The first pattern is Chantal.  Originally published in Norah Gaughan Vol. 1 in 2007, and knit in Berroco Ultra Alpaca and Ultra Alpaca Light it has been reworked in a bright aqua color perfect for Spring.

The Deran hat which made it’s debut in  Berroco booklet #303 is the second pattern, and though originally knit in Berroco Remix in a creamy natural color it has been updated in the new and vibrant Poppy colorway.

The third pattern, a classic cabled aran sweater, Paddy has been reworked in Blackstone Tweed. It was originally knit in Comfort and appeared in Berroco booklet #269.

And my favorite, Rhodocrosite, which graces the cover. Knit with their new yarn Folio, this pattern originally appeared in Norah Gaughan Vol. 7 knit in Ultra Alpaca Fine.

Which pattern will you cast-on first?