With Summerlite Horizons Rowan has dedicated a whole issue to the Summerlite 4 ply and Summerlite DK yarns. We think the yarn deserves this recognition.
The models look light, discreet and never have the heavy, otherwise so massively compact style of cotton that we all know.
Here the designs are light, airy and fine, colour melanges are skilfully arranged with stripes without being intrusively colourful.
Martin Storey inspired us with the title model Stilt. The pattern is made up of lifting stitches and right and left stitches and works through colour-coordinated changes in even blocks. Beautiful!
Georgia Farell shows with the model Tern how a classic sequence of stripes through serrations really comes into its own.
Lisa Richardson has the optimal feeling for current trends and surprises us with her sweaters in the hip retro chic, which was implemented without clichés and extremely minimal.
A booklet worthwhile for lovers of cotton and extravagant pullovers, jackets and scarves!
Language: English and German