The newest member of the Brooklyn Tweed family is a laceweight Rambouillet with a 100% American pedigree. "Developed in Oregon, Sourced in Wyoming, Scoured in South Carolina, Spun and Dyed in Maine," Vale has traveled thither and yon to become the soft, bouncy, worsted-spun laceweight you can now enjoy.
To celebrate their new addition, Jared Flood has re-yarned several of his best-selling laceweight patterns from over the years to debut in Vale. Lace knitters, single breed wool enthusiasts, and all fans of Brooklyn Tweed will be pleased to welcome this new yarn to the fold.
"A ribbon of zigzag lace forms the foundation for this pretty triangular shawl. A perfect balance of focused effort and straightforward plain knitting has made Rock Island an enduring favorite in the Brooklyn Tweed archives."
"Bridgewater's central square is framed with horseshoe lace, a pattern that originated in the Shetland Islands in the 19th century, and is completed with a traditional knitted-on edging reminiscent of water droplets. This elegantly simple accessory makes a beautiful heirloom baby gift or a timeless addition to any wardrobe."
"The ethereal geometry of this heirloom pi shawl conjures stars wheeling overhead and trees reflected in water. Lucca is a meditative knit, with each successive ring bringing a new pattern to freshen your interest."
"Knit in concentric rings of varied charted motifs, Girasole engages your mind and fingers at every spiral of knitting and produces a beautifully integrated whole. Keep it classic in white or work up the perfect bright accent in a floral hue."