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Booklet #363, Berroco Artisan™
Lookbook, Booklet #363Behind the Scene video, Booklet #363

Introducing Booklet #363
Berroco Artisan™

Dip dyed for beautiful color variation, and spun of wool and the finest Mulberry silk, it is no surprise that Berroco Artisan is an early favorite from our new collection. It knits into a tonal, tweedy, textured fabric with a luxurious hand. Amy Christoffers, our design director, took this yarn and ran with it, creating a collection of beautiful garments and accessories made with various textured stitch patterns. She included cables, lace and slip stitches to shape patterns for a romantic fall and winter wardrobe. Plan your next project by browsing through our lookbook and behind the scenes video. I am daydreaming of Japonica and Calleta for myself.

This week’s free pattern, Sangria, is another beautiful Artisan garment, designed by Alison Green, part of our Berroco Design Team.

Free pullover pattern by Amy ChristoffersCheck out the first fall issue of Knitty for another free pullover pattern by Amy using Artisan!

Berroco #363 Booklet PDF

Berroco Artisan™

Single Pattern PDFs - $6.00
Saturnia Japonica Eudaemonia
Coloradia Ceonothus Calleta
Sangria, free pattern

A pullover featuring a lace cluster stitch pattern on the body and sleeves. It is finished with one round of reverse single crochet around the neckline.

Knit in Berroco Artisan™
Skill level: Intermediate
PDF Pattern Instructions

Berroco Artisan™

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Happy Knitting,
Emily Nora O'Neil, Designer

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