Tuesday, June 21, 2011

The Perfect Summer Top

Does Summer renew your quest for the perfect fitting summery top? One that looks stunning, no matter how hot the weather, is slightly fitted not overly clingy, flattering dressed up or worn casual and knit in a cool comfortable fabric that breathes? With one of the Schaefer Yarn Company's 100% pima cotton yarns, worsted weight Laurel or sport weight Susan, along with one of these new patterns your pursuit of this elusive top has just ended in a stunning success.

3 Special Offers:
1. Both Laurel and Susan are sold by the skein and also by the Dyeloted Bag for a 10% discount.

Purchase any 5 Schaefer patterns and you'll receive a 6th one, of your choice, for FREE, write the name of the Schaefer pattern you want in Comments Box during checkout.

3. During the month of June spend $25 or more on Yarn ect, any order which is charged shipping, and you’ll receive a complimentary skein of yarn. Yarn will be selected for you while supplies last.

In this diverse collection of patterns designed to be knit in Laurel or Susan you'll find the perfect style to suit your body type and reflect your personal taste. Schaefer's just released Laurel Simple Summer Shell is a flattering, slightly fitted top that when knit in a semi solid or variegated colorway that flatters your skin tone will become a staple in your wardrobe. With its rich texture the Laurel Top will add interest to a pair of shorts, jeans, slacks or skirt.

Simple Summer Shell

For a demure touch knit either the sweet Eyelet Check or Laurel Short Circuit both of these short sleeve tops are cool and comfortable. Knit in an all over "shell stitch" pattern the right accessories will dress the Summer Shells up for the office or down for the weekend.

And the playful texture of the Laurel Summer Sampler is just right for a relaxing weekend with friends. Worked side to side in two strands of yarn the Directional Points Vest can be knit in Laurel for the Summer or Schaefer's merino wool yarn Miss Priss for the Fall.

Fibonacci Stripe

Sporting stripes is always popular and if you're in the mood for a knitting challenge try the Fibonacci Stripe summer shell, this pattern is based on the Italian mathematician Leonardo Fabinocci's number sequence that he discovered in nature.

For a slightly lighter weight fabric 2 or 3 skeins of sport weight Susan is all you need for one of these designs. Nelkin Designs' Jamie Lee or Janet Leigh.

Janet Leigh

Jamie Lee

For a sophisticated look you'll love the Susan Drop Stitch Diamond Shell and for a sporty look knit the Susan Boatneck. And throw the new Susan Sideways cardi, or the classic Laurel Seamless Cardigan, over any one of these tops and you'll be stylishly ready for anything!

Baile long version

Long skirts are making sweeping entrances this Summer pair one of these tops with the Army of Knitters' ruffled Baile skirt, which includes directions for a long and short version, and all eyes will be on you as you walk through the door.

Baile short version

To make finding just the right pattern you need easy Sandrasingh.com has grouped patterns into categories, see all my Top designs visit Tops.

And these are the other easy to use categories:
Pullovers, Cardigans, Vests & Tops
Lace Projects
Socks, Boots & Slippers
Afghans & Blankets
Cowls, Hats, Gloves & Mittens

Thank you for sharing my news, start one of these top projects today and you'll have it ready to wear by the 4th of July! Please email, sandrasingh@sandrasingh.com or call 877/519-1693 if I can help you with any of your knit or crochet needs.

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Happy Knitting,
Sandra Singh

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