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The London Look & Giveaway

February 7, 2012

Hello Blue Sky Alpaca Friends,

“Fashions fade, style is eternal.” – Yves Saint Laurent.

This quote, by one of the most influential designers of our time is one to remember. Applicable when shopping for clothes to curtains or picking patterns and colors to knit. The London Tunic by Elinor Brown exudes style. Timeless and modern, this is a classic staple piece that every wardrobe should have. A quick knit in two simple pieces. I love TECHNO!

From the Spring 2012 Collection

Have you noticed neutrals are everywhere? These neutrals are paired with bright, neon punches of color. The TECHNO palette is just the right luxury to complete this style. This vest is perfect for playing with color and enlivening your wardrobe. Wouldn’t pairing Fame (1970) and Aquarius (1977) be perfection? And speaking of classic, Cha-Cha Red (1976) and Club Gray (1975) would be striking. Metro Silver (1971) and Posh Pink (1981) are very suited to one another. It would sure be hard to make a decision…

Blue Sky Alpacas TECHNO, available in six classic neutrals and seven pop brights.

Blue Sky would love to give that decision to three lucky Bluesletter readers. Leave a comment on this post (one per person please) telling Blue Sky which color combo you would pick and how you would wear your new sweater vest. We’ll pick three winners on Friday. You will receive enough yarn to make the London Tunic in your choice of colors as well as the pattern. We cannot wait to hear the palettes you come up with!

Just keep knitting, knitting, knitting…

Katie

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