Fibre Company: Luma - Iris
From The Fibre Company's Web site about Luma:
"Luma is inspired by the mood and light found in mid-latitude savannas—those grassland ecosystems with open canopies allowing plenty of sunlight. Daily life in mid-latitude climates, whether in the drier Mediterranean or temperate Great Plains of the USA, is best handled with a layered approach to clothing. Plant-based fibres mixed with silk and wool provide a built-in layer of warmth in winter yet lightness when required in warmer temperatures."
- 137 yards (125 meters) / 50 grams
- 50% Merino wool, 25% organic cotton, 15% linen, 10% silk
- DK weight #3
- Needles: US 5-6 (3.75–4 mm)
- Gauge: 21–23 sts per 4 in (10 cm)
- Gently hand wash colors separately in cool water
Here are some great pattern suggestions for Luma:
- Bassenfell - An asymmetrical garter stitch shawl with columns of textural cluster stitches. Bassenfell uses 4 hanks (656 yards / 600 m) of Luma. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bassenfell
- Glykos - An asymmetric triangle shawl with honeycomb cable that has a ribbed border. Glykos uses 5 hanks (685 yards / 626 m) of Luma. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/glykos
- Pressing Herbs Top - A bottom up, tow panel, Tunisian crochet top. Depending on the size, Pressing Herbs Top uses 7 - 14 hanks (900-1900 yards / 823 - 1737 m) of Luma. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pressing-herbs-top
- Stone Point - A poncho knit flat and joined at the shoulders using a 3-needle bind off before the neckband is worked in the round. Stone Point uses 7 hanks (959 yards / 877 m) of Luma. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/stone-point
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