Knitty Fall 2014: Connectivity by Mari Chiba

The fall issue of Knitty was released today and we couldn’t be happier to see one of our dear friends, Mari featured in this issue. Mari’s Connectivity gloves, features The Fibre Company’s Canopy Worsted as well as The Feel Good Yarn Company’s Silverspun to create a pair of smart phone friendly mittens perfect for the upcoming fall and winter season. Plus, check out the bottom of this blog post for a Connectivity gloves giveaway!

Featuring Canopy Worsted in Sumac (left) and Obsidian (right) alongside The Feel Good Yarn Company’s SilverSpun for the fingers, these gloves will keep your hands warm with a practical twist. SilverSpun features actual silver within the plyed yarn so you can use your touch screen device while keeping your hands warm. Not to mention that SilverSpun has an entire list of therapeutic qualities to help those with diabetes, arthritis and sensitive skin. 

The Feel Good Yarn Company has kitted up the Connectivity gloves and they’re available for purchase on the company’s website, here. The kit includes a skein of SilverSpun and Canopy Worsted perfect for on-the-go fall knitting.

We’ll be giving away a Connectivity glove kit to one of our lucky readers! To enter, comment below with the color of Canopy Worsted you would use for a pair of Connectivity gloves and we’ll choose a winner at random next Tuesday. The contest ends Monday, September 15th at 11:59 PM EST, so get commenting and good luck! 

For more information about the Connectivity gloves and the latest issue of Knitty, head on over to the website, here. To view more of Mari’s lovely designs, head on over to her website here. To read more about SilverSpun and the Feel Good Yarn Company, head on over to their website, here

Happy Knitting!

{All photos Copyright 2014 Mari Chiba and used with permission}

21 thoughts on “Knitty Fall 2014: Connectivity by Mari Chiba

  1. Laura says:

    How practical! I would use Parakeet, because subtle colors are just not my thing.

  2. Vicki says:

    Very cool! Macaw is a great color.

  3. brenda says:

    I love Macaw as well as any shade of gray.
    I’m Goodstuff on Rav…

  4. Jennifer says:

    Laguna or maybe guava. Wonderful gloves!

  5. D Louise says:

    That Sumac is gorgeous, but Parakeet won me over!

  6. Dana (DanaRae19 on Rav) says:

    I would choose Acai, beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win.

  7. Clare says:

    Mango, mango, mango! My favourite summer fruit and the perfect pop of colour under winter woolies to keep the grey clouds of winter away.

  8. Kathy Wallace says:

    Love these! I use Quetzal for myself, and I can see making more of these as gifts for friends.

  9. Smiling Leopard says:

    Wouldn’t I knit those up for my daughter in Mackaw, though as my first gloves the fingers would be tricky!

  10. Chris B says:

    I’m a Crocus person – love, love, love purple!

  11. Shanna says:

    Oooh, I think I would pick Obsidian and then the gloves would match anything in my wardrobe.

    1. Kelbourne Woolens says:

      Congrats, Shana, you’re the winner of our contest! Send an email to info@kelbournewoolens.com with your address to claim your prize!

  12. MommaBearVT says:

    Those are so cool!

  13. Meagan says:

    I would love to knit a pair of these lovely mittens in the color Quetzal!

  14. Carol says:

    I would knit these gloves in Sarsparilla 🙂

  15. Kristen S. says:

    River Dolphin has such an elegant sheen to it–I think I would love a pair of these gloves in that color! What a fun design!

  16. Merry says:

    The sumac colorway is gorgeous!
    wahoomerryf on Ravelry

  17. Andrea says:

    Love these! Obsidian or fern would be my choices, for sure.

  18. Carly says:

    Acai! I can’t wait to knit these.

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