Serendipity Tweed is a blend of 60% cotton and 40 % wool. Structured as a cabled tweed yarn, three of its strands are cotton and one, usually the softer color, is wool. The yarn has the softness of cotton and the resiliency of wool.
Serendipity Tweed makes wonderful garments for children or adults, as well as for hats, mittens, and socks. Be sure to see it’s partner yarn, Synchrony, a handpaint adaptation of Serendipity Tweed.
Content: 60% cotton; 40% wool
Needle Size/Gauge: 5 sts per inch on US#7
Skein Size: 3.5 ounce (100 gram) pull skein — 210 yards
Discontinued colors (Spring 2017): ST66 Steel Blue; ST98 Blue Spruce
Suggested pattern: Element, A Basic Knitted Wrap — uses two skeins of Serendipity Tweed. The model pictured uses color ST84, Nebraska Wheat.
Element is a stretch of knitting that is easy and simple. The design uses a single strand to create a rib and ladder fabric that is drapey and soft. Open ladders form a clever changeable buttonhole edge.
You can dive into your button collection and complete the wrap with one stunning button (or use a favorite brooch) and this versatile little wrap will drape over your shoulders with style. Wear it with a tank top and jeans for a jaunt to the ice cream store or think of this as a “dressed up and out to dinner” handknit garment. Pattern: Element, A Basic Knitted Wrap