Summer Chic

New warm-weather yarns have arrived from the queen of summer chic, Louisa Harding. This British designer’s summer collection is simply outstanding!
Marmo and Mazzo are two new scrumptious yarns that are dyed to be paired together, or spectacular all by themselves.
Marmo
Marmo, which is Italian for “marble”,  is a quite fitting description of its unique blending of color.
Mazzo
Mazzo, which translates to “bouquet”,  is a woven tape with a streak of shine through the middle for a bit of pizazz.
Several leaflets featuring Marmo and Mazzo are available from Louisa Harding:
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We also love the Jolie scarf, knit with 1 skein of Marmo and 1 of Mazzo. This pattern is free when you purchase the yarn to make the scarf!
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Another summer favorite from Louisa Harding is Anise.
Anise
This lightweight colorful ribbon is both breezy and bulky, with fabulous designs featured in the Anise pattern booklet.
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102pr1Feminine and fabulous!
Today one lucky reader will win a Jolie scarf kit.
Simply respond to this post with which colorway is your favorite – click here to see all eight colorways.
You have until midnight on Sunday, March 19th.
Winner must pick up prize in person no later than April 30, 2017.
 
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15 Comments

  • Renee

    16.03.2017 at 21:52 Reply

    Wonderful choices! I’d like the DonnaRosa-Mondovino colorway. Keely, thanks for all the give-aways!

  • Cheryl

    16.03.2017 at 21:52 Reply

    Rio Bravo

  • Jennifer Dodd

    16.03.2017 at 22:24 Reply

    Rio Bravo/Mira Mare is my favorite combination. What a gorgeous scarf!

  • Jenna

    16.03.2017 at 22:31 Reply

    Well, my vote is for Rio Bravo. Beautiful. Or maybe Terra-cotta. So many lovely things.

  • Mary

    16.03.2017 at 22:37 Reply

    They’re all gorgeous. Hard to choose but Terra Cotta/ Pompeii caught my eye

  • Amanda

    16.03.2017 at 23:54 Reply

    The DonnaRosa-Mondovino is my fave!

  • Betty S.

    17.03.2017 at 00:21 Reply

    I really like Venice-VillaDucale! Well, actually I would be happy to have any of them. They’re all beautiful!

    • knorthup

      20.03.2017 at 11:50 Reply

      Congratulations Betty! You’re the winner. I have your prize aside for you. Please pick it up by April 29, or it will be put back in the prize hopper.

      • Betty S.

        20.03.2017 at 16:21 Reply

        Thank you! I can’t wait to visit again! I plan to pick out another color for my daughter-in-law’s birthday too! My husband teases me when I win a prize, I’m always shopping for lots of extras while picking up the “prize”, LOL!

  • Linda W.

    17.03.2017 at 00:21 Reply

    Mary is right: they’re all gorgeous, and it’s hard to choose! I know the Rio Bravo/Miramar combination would suit my coloring; but I just can’t pass up the happy colors in the Colosseum-Rome combo — Colosseum is the one in the capelet above, yes? Colosseum-Rome is my semi-final answer. 😉
    Thanks so much for the fun giveaway, and for all the ways you spoil us!

  • Anita Roesler

    17.03.2017 at 08:31 Reply

    This yarn is beautiful. I think I like Mondovina/Donna Rosa best. But the Marco Polo /Juliet is pretty close to first! Hope I win but if not I’ll have to buy some! Wait! I think I like the Rio Brava/Marimar best! Sigh….decisions decisions. Thanks Keely for your generosity. So sorry I had to miss the last event.

  • Jan

    17.03.2017 at 19:06 Reply

    The Rio Bravo really shines, but the Venice has its appeal, too. It’s been a long time, Keely! Jill & I will have to make a road trip out to Guthrie one of these days.

  • Pattye McAbee

    18.03.2017 at 08:38 Reply

    Man that’s a hard choice. I think I would go with the Coliseum colorway.

  • Brandie Ferguson

    19.03.2017 at 09:03 Reply

    Love the Ballerina-campo. Thank you for all the wonderful giveaways. I have become inspired to start knitting at least 1 project every month.

  • Elise

    19.03.2017 at 13:49 Reply

    I really love Terracotta-Pompeii. Lovely color combinations.

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