Revolutions has a soft halo that adds a warm look to every project. Four colors per roll stripe up into big, beautiful finished objects. One wheel will carry you a long way! We have stocked up with all eight colourways and Universal Yarns offers free pattern support with this yarn as well.
Ball Weight: 200 g / 7 oz
Ball Length: 560 m / 612 yds
Knitting Gauge: 13 sts and 17 rows = 10cm / 4"
Needle Size: 5.5 mm (US 9)
Yarn Fiber: 57% Acrylic, 15% Nylon, 10% Wool, 10% Alpaca, 8% Mohair
Care Instructions: hand wash, do not bleach, dry flat, do not iron, dryclean - any solvent
Choose from 7 free patterns, available on Universal Yarns’ website:
One wheel of Revolutions is that is required for:
- Snowbank Wrap: Traditional feather and fan looks modern in this blown-up scale, and in the glorious color change of Revolutions. This wrap is knit lengthwise to really show off the long and gradual color change in the yarn.
- Allium Shawl (Crocheted): Wearing this shawl is like having a beautiful butterfly hugging your shoulders. It is crocheted from the top down with an easy to remember increase sequence.
- Mother of Pearl Cowl: This generously sized cowl shows off the long color repeat in Revolutions beautifully. A simple textured stitch pattern is easy to remember and adds just enough interest. Wear this cowl long, or double-wrap it around your neck for extra warmth.
- Warmth Stole: This stole is worked widthwise from one end to the other. Just one skein of Revolutions makes this generously sized wrap/stole.
- Skewed Shawl: This uniquely shaped and asymmetric shawl is knit from the top down. The wider side is shaped with short-rows.
Pick up 2 wheels to complete either of these bigger projects:
- Banked Coals: Enjoy the slow color shift of Revolutions in this one-size poncho. The neck opening is set asymmetrically, giving an otherwise simple piece just a little something special. It can be worn with ribbing going either vertically, horizontally, or even at an angle.
- Behemoth Scarf (Crocheted): Wrap yourself in colorful warmth with this super-huge scarf. It is crocheted lengthwise, showing off the long shading sequence of Revolutions. If you prefer a shorter scarf, just subtract chains from the beginning chain count in multiples of 10.