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Technicolor: Movie Night, Part II

Today the second pattern is added to Technicolor: Movie Night!!

Calla Lily is an elegant cabled wrap, inspired by Art Deco fashion, which flourished in the 1930s and earlier.  In madcap comedies like Bringing Up Baby, elegant accessories reigned, whether the characters were larking it up on the golf course or traipsing around the countrysideWear it draped over one shoulder Katharine Hepburn-style or clasped around the neck.

This triangular wrap is knit flat, bottom-up and sideways, with increases worked along one edge only.  The cable is fun and interesting to work, and the rest of the wrap is worked in garter stitch.

Photo by Avi C. Dascaloff

Technicolor: Movie Night is a collection of eight designs by four designers, and is being offered in a staggered release.

Today, and prior to next week’s release, the entire collection is $20. The price increases incrementally each week, ending with a final selling price of $40.  No matter when you purchase the collection, you will own the entire e-book as each new pattern is added (updates will be sent to you as each new pattern is added).

The e-book is currently available on Payhip and Ravelry.

Individual patterns may be purchased from the independent designers about two weeks after the complete collection has been released (in December).

Just a note that three of the patterns were included in the Technicolor: Matinee collection and are already available individually.  Those patterns are my Calla Lily Wrap, Knit Eco Chic’s On the Set, and Sue McCain’s Holyrood Hooded Scarf (link goes to Ravelry).  

We’re so excited to offer this collection with you!!  Grab it this week for the best deal, and enjoy!



Part I: the Hollywood and Vine Shawl:

Photo by Elizabeth Zimmerman of Western Rose Studios


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