A CUSTOM COLORWAY of Jill Draper Makes Stuff Rifton. Swoon.
One cake of it makes a STUNNING version of the Grand Central Scarf from Drop Dead Easy Knits. For example.
with CUSTOM semi-solids to coordinate. It's too good.
I am a Jill- and a Rifton fan from the moment I saw it a couple of years ago, and made my Wingfeather Shawl in the winter colorway.
A new cake of it, in a colorway with natural brown, and pinks/raspberry came home with me from a photo shoot at Jill's last month, it'll no doubt be cast on any moment for the Grand Central Scarf, as I mentioned above, instead of two colors, use the inner and outer ends of the same cake. (as beautifully executed by Mary Lou Egan, I'll add a photo here when I can)...and I am eyeing some of the semi solids when I visit her open studio this weekend. (Saturday night, Kingston NY, the Mason Dixon Knitting ladies will be there too, info on her etsy page link above)
You can find the Mason Dixon Knitting ladies, Kay and Ann, signing their new Field Guides in the booksigning barn - along with me and my Drop Dead Easy Knits co-authors and a slew of folks you'd like to blab with. Full schedule here. Get your sweater on and say hi!