May 11th, 2012

Valley Yarns on Ravelry #19 – Goshen

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The May portion of our Anniversary Sale is in full swing right now with over 40 new yarns on sale this month. One of those yarns is customer favorite Valley Yarns Goshen,on sale for $2.79/skein. This Peruvian cotton blend yarn is not only soft and drapy, the Modal® and silk add durability which will prevent pilling.

Here are some Ravelry projects using Valley Yarns Goshen, great for your spring/summer wardrobe.

Fan Kimono by Vicki Square, available from the book Knit Kimono, knit by Cyn557


Two-Tone Shrug by Erika and Monika Simmons, available as a free pattern, crocheted by deadalchemist


Abigail by Cheri Christian, available as a downloadable PDF pattern, knit by danceswithcats


Miette by Andi Satterlund, available as a free Ravelry download, knit by debby


Miss Terry by Kyla Hurst, available for purchase on Ravelry, knit by blackpebble

So, which of these garments would you most like to add to your wardrobe and why? I’m always curious what draws someone to a particular pattern.

Stay tuned to the blog next week when we kick off a new knitalong using Valley Yarns Goshen! We’re getting kind of excited for it.

Have a great weekend.

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Dena started working at WEBS in 2006, shortly after she learned to knit. She also dabbles in crochet and weaving. She finds knitting complements her marathon and triathlon training really well.
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3 Responses to “Valley Yarns on Ravelry #19 – Goshen”

  1. Margery Says:

    The kimono! That would be my go-to piece every time. But in a bright color. 

  2. Arachne646 Says:

    The kimono, for sure. I love cardigans, and lace.

  3. Catherine9 Says:

    Abigail is adorable.  Charming asymmetrical  front, collar is sweet, simple to knit.  I could do on the
    machine for the majority of the work and add the collar and trim as is or in a lace pattern.  Just a
    little cover for going into cold air conditioning in the summer.  Would replace the pin closure with a single decorative button, I guess.  Will I ever do it?!  I have lots of fun projects already in the works, but I’d like to!  Catherine

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