Blast your way through projects with a yarn that will make you smile every time you see it.
When the mastermind at the dyepot is Karida Collins, you can be sure that you are experiencing the cutting edge of rich, saturated color.
Studio Chunky makes Thea Colman’s Slip-Stitch Cap a joyous, superfast knit. You cannot screw this up. All these colors go together, no matter how you pair them. Tap the “Pattern Spelunking” article link below for more ways to knit up this chunky, delightful yarn!
Please note: The Slip-Stitch Cap pattern appears in Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guide No. 8: Merry Making, available in both digital and print editions. Be sure to add a copy of MDK Field Guide No. 8 to your cart at checkout!
Specs & Details
5.5 mm - 8 mm
Named for the streets and neighborhoods of Baltimore, Neighborhood Fiber Co.’s yarns are coveted for their glowing, shifting colors.
As we gaze upon these glorious skeins, we marvel at the way Karida does her magic. These colors shift so subtly that you may not even notice it while you’re knitting. But once you’re done, you notice that your Slip-Stitch Cap is uncommonly dimensional.
And these colors are a ton of fun—just the thing for a whimsical, perky hat.
Truly, mix and match as you like. Here are combinations that appear in Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guide No. 8: Merry Making for the Slip-Stitch Hat:
Edgewood and Rosemont
Ramblewood and Oliver
Bolton Hill and Cross Street Market
Federal Hill and Belair