We spotted Malabrigo Sock and Silky Merino in New Vintage Lace, a pattern book by Andrea Jurgrau.
She adapted traditional accessories designs in lace yarns to modern styles to make them fresh and wearable with a vintage inspiration. The books is fully charted and explains special stitches, proper blocking and other techniques for lace yarns.
The patterns that use Malabrigo are
© Joe Hancock
Clematis Beanie, Silky Merino
© Joe Hancock
We have great news…
St Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow
Malabrigo has landed at Russian territories. And we are glad to have more and more russian knitters enjoying our yarn every day.
Look at some of the beauties they have been knitting and posting on Instagram:
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There is more. Now we have a fanpage on Vkontakte, a popular russian social net.
Share your feelings, thoughts, knits and find out the latest news about malabrigo yarn in russian. / делитесь своими чувствами, ассоциациями, мыслями и фантазиями и узнавайте самую последнюю информацию о пряже Malabrigo.
In case you are now feeling russian-inspired..
Russian hat (Ideal yarns: Worsted in #510 Chapel Stone from our true solids. Or Twist. We have plenty of beige colors but I believe this patterns would look great in grey too)
Matrioska vest for little girls (Ideal yarn: Finito)
Crochet matrioskas (Ideal yarn: Silky Merino)
Thank you, Russia! / спасибо, Россия!
Malabrigo is part of the 2014 Spring/Summer edition of Amirisu, an online magazine from Japan, published in both Japanese and English languages that brings together the best of Japanese and overseas knitting scenes with really eclectic content.
The pattern knitted with Malabrigo is Mokoshi by Nest Design Laboratory.
It’s a pullover with peplum silhouette, perfect top for springtime, and we totally love it!
Paired with cowboy boots, superb style contrast : )
The yarn used is Lace in #16 Glazed Carrot.
You can buy the individual pattern on Ravalry or the complete magazine on Amirisu’s website (printed version and ISSUE version).