One of the motivations behind the creation of Perennial was finding the perfect match to the proliferation of hand-dyed sock/fingering weight yarn on the market. It was our goal to create a highly functional and versatile yarn that serves the needs of a lot of knitters and crocheters at a good price without a lot of fuss.
Perennial is not only a wonderful yarn in its own right, but makes a great yarn to pair with a single skein of something special, so I thought I would showcase a few projects I’ve noticed recently that pair Perennial with the hand-dyes we all know and love!
This beautiful shawl was going to debut at Vogue Knitting Live in Seattle, but alas, the show was canceled. It uses our Perennial yarn in neon lime with Ewe-Nited States of Fiber fingering. You can find Perennial at an LYS near you, and Ewe-Nited States of Fiber here! The pattern is Shawl of Serenity.
As always, we hope you’re all staying in, staying safe, and getting LOTS of knitting done! Find your favorite local yarn stores online who stock Kelbourne Woolens yarns and please support them if you can.