MFPP: Knitter’s Apothecary Collection by Sara Gresbach

 

Knitter's Apothecary Collection Cover Image

 

Our first MFPP of October feels just right for the steadily crispening days (at least here in the midwest!) Pumpkin Spice? Naw, forget that: Yarny Spice.

(BTW, that’s totally my Spice Girls name.)

Comfrey in Mecha Arapey

Comfrey in Mecha, Arapey

Zested in Sock, Terracotta

Zested in Sock, Terracotta

From the designer:

“Variety’s the very spice of life, that gives it all it’s flavour.”
-William Cowper

Just as everyday life is made brighter and more vibrant with a little flavor, whether it be some cinnamon in your coffee or a little extra kick in your evening meal, your knitting is made better with a little variety, or spice, as well.

This collection was inspired by the more “earthy” tones in Malabrigo’s lineup and grew into an eclectic little collection named for a variety of herbs, spices and natural remedies. If you are at all like me, then knitting itself is a remedy.

 

Ceylon in Silky Merino, Tatami

Ceylon in Silky Merino, Tatami

Valerian in Silky Merino, Lettuce

Valerian in Silky Merino, Lettuce

Rocoto in Sock, Botticelli Red

Rocoto in Sock, Botticelli Red

Ginger Root in Silky Merino, Tatami

Ginger Root in Silky Merino, Tatami

So stunning! You can check out the patterns on Ravelry by clicking each photo, or see the whole collection here. (Or you can check out past MFPPs here!)

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What on earth is “MFPP”?

MFPP stands for Malabrigo Freelance Pattern Project. Every month, we collaborate with an independent designer (or two) to bring you delightfully themed pattern collections! You can see past MFPP collections here or at the Ravelry link above!

– Alex

2 thoughts on “MFPP: Knitter’s Apothecary Collection by Sara Gresbach

  1. Joan Heiden

    Love everything about this spicy collection! Can’t wait to knit them all with yummy Malabrigo fiber. Thanks for sharing the beautiful pattern designs and photos.

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