Aquinnah: My Contribution to Brooklyn Tweed's Wool People 10

The Aquinnah Scarf and Wrap is a pattern that I'm so very proud of. I designed it for Brooklyn Tweed as part of their Wool People 10 collection, and I'm thrilled to announce that it was published today.

I designed Aquinnah in three different sizes, so all knitters can find a version that speaks to them. The small worsted-weight version uses about 8 skeins of Shelter, and the sample was knit in Long Johns. The large worsted-weight version uses about 14 skeins of Shelter, and the sample was knit in Nest. And finally, the bulky-weight version uses about 7 skeins of Quarry, and was knit in Hematite.

You can purchase Aquinnah and the other stunning patterns from Wool People 10 on Ravelry or from Brooklyn Tweed's website. I also highly recommend taking a moment to scroll through the WP10 Cookbook, where you'll see more detailed photos of each design, as well as more information about each yarn and designer involved in this wonderful collection.

All photos by Jared Flood, courtesy of Brooklyn Tweed.

Read My "Featured Designer" Profile on the Quince & Co Blog!

When Quince & Co asked me if I'd write about the Natural Home Collection for their blog, I said yes right away! Quince is one of my very favorite companies, and their yarns always top my Favorites list. I feel honored to have been a Featured Designer on their blog, it's such a treat.

To read about my inspiration for this collection (as well as a little about my love of Quince's Kestrel), go check it out on their blog!