You asked, we answered—here are more fun, easy projects for Berroco Nebula!
This 100% superwash merino yarn is ideal for easy projects with small patterns—let the yarn do all the work! Each of these four patterns is available for sale now, only as PDFs. You can purchase the individual patterns from Berroco.com, or from your local yarn store (just ask if they have Ravelry's In-Store program).
Sana is a simple lacy cowl that highlights the long-color changes of Berroco Nebula. Just one cake of color 7530 Scorpio is all you need to make this project.
For you crochet fans out there, Jiya uses one cake of 7508 Gemini to whip up a long, loopy cowl. If you're just beginning to learn crochet, this is a perfect project on which to practice your stitches.
Anika begins with a square that's worked in the round. Stitches are picked up to form the Vs that create the shawl's wings. Two cakes of Nebula in color 7519 Capricorn are used to make this shawl.
Finally, Pari is worked side-to-side in garter stitch with shaped stitches edging out to form a flowing shape. Grab two cakes of Nebula in color 7503 Sagittarius (or any of the ten colors currently available) to knit this intriguing shawl.
Berroco Nebula is currently available in ten shades that come in fun cakes of yarn. This put-up allows you to see all the gorgeous transitions that happen from color to color.
Omega is this week's free pattern for Berroco Nebula. Two cakes of color 7532 Taurus are used to work this semi-circular shawl from the top down. A garter stitch tab forms the beginning, and simple yarnovers are worked to help grow and shape the shawl.