Featuring 18 patterns created by 11 brave both well known and upcoming designers. Featuring most malabrigo yarns including ,Arroyo,Sock,Rios, Silky, Rasta,Worsted, Lace and Twist.
Breean E Miller, Julie Weisenberg,
Kristen Rengren, Mercedes T Clark,
Stefanie Goodwin-Ritter, Stephen West.
Book 1 $18.95
Book 2 $11.95
**Fuchsia, the plant, was named after the German botanist named Fuchs. (Pronounced "FOOKS"). The bright flowers inspired the name for a purple-red aniline dye invented in the mid-1800s and became a term for a vivid bluish red.
Many Europeans still pronounce the color as "FOOK-see-ah," but in English it has generally softened into "FEW-sha". (Sorry for the bad phonetic spelling.) Our spelling and pronunciation don't match.
Fuchsia is still the correct English spelling.
Fucsia is the correct way to spell fuchsia in Spanish.
Malabrigo Yarns kettle dyed and handpainted yarns are made by a small, family-owned company in Uruguay. They work with a womans cooperative to create wonderfully organic looking, funky and beautiful yarns. This is one of our favorites: Gruesa - a thick and thin super-bulky yarn in amazing colors. Great for knitting up a fast hat or a great, fun, bulky sweater, this yarn is also a great felting yarn.
Malabrigo Yarns amazing merino wool will delight your eyes AND your hands. Gorgeous, amazingly soft merino wool, in a variety of stunning colorcombos. Lovely Greens, blues, browns and purples, this is a wonderful and very well-priced pure merino wool.