MFPP: The Piedras Collection by Shannon Squire

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Designer Shannon Squire has produced a collection celebrating one of our favorite colorways- the complex and beautiful Piedras!

Jasper Cowl in Rastita, in Piedras and Natural

Jasper Cowl in Rastita, in Mostaza and Natural

Beach Agate Hat in Rios, in Piedras

Beach Agate Hat in Rios, in Piedras

Beach Agate Sweater in Rios, Piedras

Beach Agate Sweater in Rios, Piedras

Shannon says:

The Piedras Collection grew from a single skein of yarn – a skein of Rastita in the colorway Piedras. I couldn’t get enough of the this colorway – there’s just so much going on! It just seemed right to build a collection inspired by the rainbow-y goodness that is river rocks. Both the Beach Agate Sweater and the Beach Agate Hat use Rios in Piedras, and the Jasper Shawlette uses Rastita in Piedras and Natural (there is a sample using Archangel, too, that’s amazeballs). The Opal Cowl pulls the colors out of Piedras, using a rainbow of Malabrigo Lace goodness. All of the pieces are perfect for cool walks on the beach, looking for treasures, and the color combos are endless!

Jasper Shawlette in Rastita, Piedras and Natural

Jasper Shawlette in Rastita, Piedras and Natural

Opal Cowl in Lace, in XXXXXXX

Opal Cowl in Lace, in Natural, Fucsia, Glazed Carrot, Frank Ochre, Lettuce, Bobby Blue, Cuarzo

Such gorgeousness! You can find the full collection on Ravelry here. You can also browse our 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: The Piedras Collection by Shannon Squire

  1. Deborah Reek

    Hi!!!

    I just downloaded 4 of Shannon’s patterns and can’t WAIT to get in there and see if I can make them magical as she has. I’m looking for her sweater pattern, however, and can’t find it. Could someone direct me to where I could download it if it’s available?

    She’s got quite a design sense of style and certainly works the Malabrigos yarn beautifully. I’m impressed by both Shannon and Malabrigos, of course!

    Many thanks for your help –

    Debbie

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