Some days we want a statement piece and some days we want the staple. Roseum is that staple. The symmetrical twin to Twinleaf, Roseum is a rectangle accentuated with balanced short row stripes. Incorporating the foundations of knit and purl with a few knitterly manipulations of provisional cast on and icord edging (I can’t resist them!) it is not out of reach for an adventurous beginner knitter.

I can see myself wearing this sample throughout the warmer months then adding another one in more saturated colors when it’s cooler.

How would Roseum fit into your wardrobe?

•Yarn: The Fibre Company Meadow 40% merino, 25% baby llama, 20% silk + 15% linen 545 yds/100 gram skein in aster (MC), queen anne’s lace (CC1) + gentian violet (CC2), 1 skein each.
•Gauge: 20 sts + 44 rows = 4″ in garter st, after blocking.
•Needle: 1 – 40″ US 5 (3.75 mm) circs, 1 – US 5 (3.75mm) dpn.
•Finished Dimensions: 15″ width, 80″ length

Buy the pattern here.


Photography by Amanda Stevenson Lupke

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