has been a revelation. We brought in this silky, hand-dyed laceweight for Jeanette Sloan’s modern lace designs in MDK Field Guide No. 15: Open
. It’s perfect for them: just take a gander at some of the Mood Cardigans
in the works using doubled Gleem Lace. But Gleem Lace has also opened our eyes (see what I did there) to other possibilities.
Here’s a sampling of our favorite patterns for Gleem Lace. If there are others you’re excited about, please share them in the comments.
Would you look at the time–it’s hap season already! A Hap for Harriet is written for Gleem Lace.
Its garter-stitch squish is a perfect counterpoint to the shimmery glow of the yarn. Bonus: a hap is a fun knit, every time.
Also written for Gleem, the Continuity Tee is a beautifully crafted, lightweight tee written for 18 sizes.
Whoa! This brand-new pullover has slink for days, and to us it’s crying out for the swingy drape of double-stranded Gleem Lace.
Another Julie Knits in Paris design that would work well for Gleem Lace is her Jenny Flower
tee, which has lots of projects to ogle if you want to see it on lots of knitters, including this stunner in Gleem Lace
There are more than 8000 versions on Ravelry
—it’s probably in your queue already. The drape of a double strand of Gleem Lace would be amazing.
Last, but never least: Nobody puts Love Note in the corner. We’ve received letters suggesting this one, so we are not the first to think that Gleem Lace held with a strand of warm ‘n’ fluffy Cumulus would be an inspired combo for the popular Love Note
pullover. Let us know how it goes, Love Note knitters!