Saturday, March 8, 2014

Malabrigo March!

(I realize March is about a third over, but what can I say, I'm a slow blogger.)

It's that wonderful time of year known as Malabrigo March once again! You can read more about the festivities here, but basically I just wanted to let you know that all my Malabrigo patterns are 20% on Ravelry with the code "youvegotmal" (yeah I went there.)

The full list of participating patterns is here in my group but I thought I'd feature a few of my faves:


A Most Bespeckled Hat by Alex Tinsley - 20% off Malabrigo Patterns for Malabrigo March!

A Most Bespeckled Hat
A classic cutie, popular with those looking for low-stress colorwork and polkadot fans


Brimley by Alex Tinsley - 20% off Malabrigo Patterns for Malabrigo March!

Brimley
My personal favorite for winter because of the wide, double-layered brim - so cozy!


Chevzam by Alex Tinsley - 20% off Malabrigo Patterns for Malabrigo March!

Zam Hat by Alex Tinsley - 20% off Malabrigo Patterns for Malabrigo March!

Chevzam & Zam Hat
Easy and fun colorwork- these have been real crowd favorites!

Doublish by Alex Tinsley - 20% off Malabrigo Patterns for Malabrigo March!


Doublish
An oldie but a goodie- a simple sock yarn shawl from the first Go Go Malabrigo collection.



Kotiya by Alex Tinsley - 20% off Malabrigo Patterns for Malabrigo March!

Kotiya
Quirky, pom-pom heavy, and oddly a little...sultry? Nah, it's probably just the matching lipstick and pompom. (A trend which is almost certainly in for 2014, right?)


Polaris by Alex Tinsley - 20% off Malabrigo Patterns for Malabrigo March!

Polaris
You're a star!! Or else, you're the band that sang the Pete & Pete theme song.


Varia by Alex Tinsley - 20% off Malabrigo Patterns for Malabrigo March!

Varia
Scallops are sweet & trendy, and look even better with gradient colors. Varia's sister P├ętoncle is a lot of fun too! Both are great for beginning colorwork-ers, since you only have to strand on a few rows.


There are many, many more eligible patterns than this (I, er, use Mal a LOT, especially the Worsted) but there's a smattering for ya!

In all honesty, Malabrigo is one of my very favorite yarn brands (and I'm not just saying that 'cause I work for them part time- it's the other way around!) and I'm glad to have a chance to parade my Mal knits around and spread the obsession. I urge you to check out the festivities in the Malabrigo Junkies group and, if you haven't already, get your hands on some Mal so you can fall in love too!

1 comment:

  1. Yes, Mal worsted is so uber-squishy; what's not to love? Cute hat parade you've got there...

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