Woolstok is spun from the finest Peruvian wool. This worsted-weight yarn is strong, lofty and soft. Available in a beautiful range of 20 heathered colors. Rich in character with spectacular stitch definition- Woolstok is perfect for all types of projects!
“Endless Wrap” by Sylvia Hager
Wrap yourself in yards of cozy Woolstok. Fun to knit, fun to wear, the Endless Wrap is a long swath of lofty, textural knitted fabric. Panels of knit/purl and yarn over patterns make this a good next-step project for a beginner knitter.
“The Trimont Snood” by Sylvia Hager
This versatile accessory can be worn three ways; as a cowl, a capelet or a hood. Knit in the round from the bottom up with decreases providing a touch of shaping, so it’s wider at the shoulders and narrower at the top. The seed stitch panel adds visual interest.
“Silver Bay Scarf” by Cleo Malone
The intermediate level Elongated Twist stitch creates a beautiful, drapey fabric. Cast on and before you know it, you’ll have ten feet of stylish wooly warmth to wrap yourself up in.
“Cromwell” by Bobbi Intveld
This is the new favorite sweater. With longer sleeves, a roomy neckline, 3×1 ribbing and a relaxed fit, it gives a modern look to the traditional raglan-sleeve pullover. Knit in one piece from the top down, works perfectly in springy Woolstok.
“Tonka Bay Toque” by Virginia Sattler-Reimer
Bands of seeded stockinette and garter stitch ridges give structure and texture to this comfy hat. Knit on circular needles, this hat has a loose fit, high crown and festive tassels. A great first hat project.
“Bird Island Dog Sweater” by Sys Fredens
Offered in five canine-friendly sizes, this dog sweater is cleverly worked in one piece creating leg openings as you go. Knit in two colors, graphic striping is created using the intarsia method, and the piece is seamed at the belly.