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Sweater Weather at Rowan at Finnegan’s Run

Sweater Weather at Rowan at Finnegan’s Run

Don’t you love the feeling of a cool fall breeze and reaching for your favorite sweater? We’d like to spotlight a few patterns from the newest Rowan publications that have caught our attention.

Lisa Richardson’s Pure Cashmere Collection

Classic styles in the coziest Pure Cashmere yarn would be a great addition to your wardrobe! Shown clockwise from the top right: the Tempt Poncho, Adore, Beau, and Refine, on the cover of the Pure Cashmere Collections booklet. The cashmere yarn is a dream but if you’re looking for a substitute, we’d recommend Alpaca Soft DK. 

Dee Hardwicke Seasonal Palette Sweaters

If you’re looking for interesting knits in fun colors, the new Seasonal Palettes from Dee Hardwicke fit the bill! We have the three books and are ready to put together a kit for your next sweater! Top row, left to right: Hydrangea Sweater in Kid Classic, Night Garden Cardigan in Kid Classic, and Wild Flowering Sweater in Cotton Cashmere. Bottom row, left to right: Fields Turtleneck in Cotton Cashmere, Fields Cardigan in Moordale, and Oak Branch Sweater in Moordale. If you are fond of the sweater shape but are unsure about working intarsia, you can leave that out of the design! 

Mode at Rowan: Soft Boucle & Merino Aria

The Mode at Rowan Soft Boucle & Merino Aria collection of sweaters and accessories is approachable for beginner knitters and those looking for an easy project. Both yarns, Soft Boucle and Merino Aria, are a treat to work with and to wear! From the Jumper by Georgia Farrell, to the Teddy Coat and Teddy Gillet, each by Quail Studio, this collection is classic and fashionable. 


Give us a call (1-(540) 204-9246) or come into the shop and let's put together your next project! Our online shop is open for you to shop conveniently from the comfort of your home. We’d love to invite you to tag us in your photos of stash enhancements or project progress on Facebook, Instagram, or Ravelry

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