Introducing: The Fibre Co. Fell Garth Collection

The Fibre Co. U.K. distributor  just published the Fell Garth Collection, a lovely assortment of sweaters and scarves by Emma Wright and Melanie Berg.

From the Designers: The Fell Garth Collection is born from a love for beautiful handmades with a practical purpose. Each piece is worked in Cumbria or Cumbria Fingering yarns that were created to be evocative of the mood, light and places that characterise the North West of the UK. All of the pieces in the collection feature rich textures from cables and twisted stitches.

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L / Tamdou by Melanie Berg featuring Cumbria Fingering in hadrian's wall, scaffel pike, and helvellyn.
R / Ingwer by Melanie Berg featuring Cumbria Fingering in buttermere.

L / Arela by Emma Wright featuring Cumbria in buttermere.
R / Brenna by Emma Wright featuring Cumbria in buttermere, scafell pike, and hadrian’s wall.

L / Erea by Emma Wright featuring Cumbria in windermere and catbells.
R / Helga by Emma Wright featuring Cumbria in derwentwater and helvellyn.

L / Kari by Emma Wright featuring Cumbria in grizedale forest.
R / Moyna by Emma Wright featuring Cumbria in appleby castle. 

Working with Maggi Toner-Edgar, Cumbrian-based fashion stylist, illustrator and lifestyle coach, Daphne channeled all her love for her new home into the styling of the collection, inviting local creator Alison O’Neill of the Shepherdess Tweed range to be a part of the project that was shot outdoors on location by photographer Tommy Martin with studio images by Kate O’Sullivan of A Playful Day. The result is a collection infused with local flavour, ready for knitters all over the world to make their own.

The patterns are available in PDF form via Ravelry. You can view the full collection here