Wool Gathering Subscription & Issues

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  1. WG 52 Faroese Sweater
    $3.00

    Three traditional Faroese motifs all used in one pullover. Slightly modified, circular drop-shoulder; sleeves knitted in; 2-ply Sheepswool. Learn More
  2. WG 53 Saddle Sleeve Jacket
    $3.00

    Choose either plain stocking-stitch or Bavarian Twisted Stitch for the circular (steeked) body -- both with garter-stitch cuff-to-cuff sleeves/yoke. Many small techniques employed; Québécoise wool. Detailed DVD instruction available. Learn More
  3. WG 54 Fair Isle Vest
    $3.00

    In pure Shetland Jumper-weight wool; corrugated rib, kangaroo-pouch armholes and neck, woven shoulders; traditional Fair Isle motifs. Detailed instructional DVD available. Learn More
  4. WG 66 Child's Fair Isle Vest
    $4.00

    Knitted in the round from the lower edge. Steeked armholes and neck; I-Cord trim; Shetland Jumper-weight wool. Learn More
  5. WG 68 Straight Drop Sweater
    $4.00

    A circular tube from lower edge to base of neck; no armhole shaping. Choice of pattern motifs; choice of cardigan or pullover; 2-ply Sheepswool and Rangeley (same weight wools). Learn More
  6. WG 71 Stylized Scribble
    $4.00

    Circular construction; color-patterned body, plain sleeves with Latvian Braid. Prototype knitted in 2-ply Unspun Icelandic wool. Learn More
  7. WG 74 Cobb Bay Pullover
    $5.00

    A 3-color circular design of Elizabeth's from the '70s, with a garter-stitch yoke and sleeve caps; plus a variation worked in 4-Canadian Regal colors; Knitter's Choice Learn More
  8. WG 75 Child's Norwegian Cardigan
    $5.00

    Inspired by a drawing in one of Jan Brett's books. The body is knitted in the round with armhole steeks for a slight Modified-Drop shape, and another steek at the base of the scooped neck. Learn More
  9. WG 76 Guernsey Pullover
  10. Wg 77 Double-V Vest
    $5.00

    I call this design a Double-V Vest because there is also a V in the back; it is filled in and only exists to allow the front and back cables to meet at the shoulder tops. Here you may rise to the challenge of weaving a twisted-stitch cable to itself -- or not! The prototype was knitted in the new Wool/Alpaca blend (lovely) and, even though it is only half wool, I worked crocheted steeks at armholes and center-front. You may prefer to machine-stitch. Learn More

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