Lang Yarns FAM 278 Collection: Knitting and Crochet Patterns
Gradually it is getting cold in the Alps… Frost has settled over the brightly, shining blads of grass in the mountain pastures. Individual snow crystals glisten over the mountain herbs, freezing the plants in a matte, noble mint-green colour. The first snow has descended on the glaciers and the ice shows its deep blue hues in the mountain crevices. Within this colour theme, you will encounter lace designs, charming cable designs and other enchanting looks with a very fresh look. These classical designs are sometimes a bit oversized, but absolutely contemporary. The cold becomes our friend, lets us be and calls us to act. Winter motivates us to go to new places in nature, to move and to perceive colours anew with its icy joy.
This winter we are heading towards the zero point of meaningfulness. Vivid hues of blue give us confidence in the ever-present changes of life. The creatures under water follow the rules of the oceans, rivers, and lakes. Their constant innovative survival strategies keep our planet alive. The green of plants helps us to maintain hope in this process. In this theme world you will find a beautiful fair isle pullover in the most fabulous colours. Feather-light yarns and yarns with a subtle sheen are also used. It is only when the temperatures drop below zero and we become aware of the beauty of interdependence that we realise the message of the violet colour palette.
When the blanket of clouds covers the city at sunset, bundling the last light of the day, we fill our bodies with the splendour of colour. The light slowly fades away… Pale and dusty pinks take turns. The deep pink colour of the sunset embraces a rich, warm yellowish colour of the afternoon. The soothing crimson red fills our hearts. Cashmere, Alpaca, and other yarns with an exciting, light tweed effect are present, as well as soft, warm merino wool. We give the darkest season, the energy of life, to hibernate.
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