Trifangular/ Kits: Color Choices

Price: $52.00
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Amitola in Embrace
Amitola in Embrace
Amitola in Amelia
Amitola in Amelia
Mini Mochi in Neptune's Rainbow
Mini Mochi in Neptune's Rainbow
The remaining photos are here to show you Chrissie's original pieces.  This one was knit in Amitola, though a different colorway than we offer here.
The remaining photos are here to show you Chrissie's original pieces. This one was knit in Amitola, though a different colorway than we offer here.
This shows the piece as done in Autumn Rainbow, in Mini Mochi.
This shows the piece as done in Autumn Rainbow, in Mini Mochi.
Amitola.
Amitola.
Autumn Rainbow again.
Autumn Rainbow again.
Amitola piece.
Amitola piece.
And Autumn Rainbow again.
And Autumn Rainbow again.

Oh yum! 

Another beauty from Chrissie of Ursa Major Knits.

The Design

Here is what she writes: 

Love is in the air and spring is almost here! And there’s no better way to prepare for the warmer weather than by creating a colourful, amazing accessory like Trifangular! 

You can use this beautiful pattern to knit a stunning spring scarf, a sunny summer sizzler or even a woolly winter warmer! As it comes in three sizes (small, medium and large)Trifangular gives you the choice of using lace weight, fingering, dk - even bulky yarn! A scarf for every season!

Trifangular is designed for yarns with a color gradient. This model is knitted with Amitola by Lousia Harding Yarns – a fine fingering yarn which turns the Trifangular into a perfect spring accessory. It is very light with only 7oz/200g for a 83”/210cm long and 10”/25cm wide scarf and thus perfect for this in-between climate. You can just as well knit it with Zauberball lace, Noro Silk Garden or thicker yarn.

Trifangular is a modular completely reversible knit. You will join the modules as you go, so no seaming is involved. All instructions are provided in written and charted form. You will find graphics that explain the architecture and how to join the modules, plus ample photo tutorials on the joining techniques. This makes Trifangular a feasible project for most knitters.

The Yarn

We have put together some kits using the exact yarns that Chrissie used though in different colorways.

The first three listed here use Amitola which is the yarn Chrissie used for the blue-green-yellow version you see on this page.  Amitola  is a 80% wool/ 20% silk blend with 273 yards/ 50g ball and is dyed with looooooong color repeats.   .

Chrissie knit hers in the colorway called Parakeet.  What we have is your choice of these: 

1. Amelia will give you blues and fuchsia and sea green.

2. Embrace has teal into  sandstone into rose into jam. 

We can also at this time offer also Mini Mochi.  This is a 80% merino/ 20% nylon with 195 yards/ 50g.  The orange-gold-green version of Trigangular that Chrissie knit she did using Mini Mochi in the colorway called Autumn Rainbow.  We have that currently in stock.

4. Neptune's Rainbow with deep rich turquoise into navy into purple into greens. (Sorry, out of stock)

5.  Autumn Rainbow is exactly as you see in the photos here -- lovely autumnal colors ranging from a rich amber into rose into olive into gold into brown.

Note that these both are less expensive than the Amitola kits.  You will see the deduction in the drop-down menu. 

 Each kit will include four balls to allow you to make the same size as she knit for her original. 

The Pattern 

Note that the pattern is not automatically part of this kit.

We strongly suggest you get your pattern via the Ursa Major Ravelry pageFor this, choose "No Pattern Needed" on the drop-down menu labelled "Pattern". This will ensure you get any needed updates as soon as they are released.

However if you prefer we can also print out the pattern (12 pages) for you and send it on with the kit.

Alternatively we can also email the pattern to you.  This is manually sent and usually goes out the day we ship your kit. 

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