If you follow my instagram feed you will know that I love Scotland and go on holiday there as often as possible. This summer I have been drawn to include aspects of Scotland in both my dyeing and my designs and this new pattern was dreamt up while staying near the New Lanark Mill where the yarn is spun.
It was the colours that spoke to me first and the design just evolved - and I loved it as soon as I started knitting.
Then I needed a name and having designed it in the rich jewel tones it was tempting to use them as my name inspiration - but I knew I wanted to offer it in a variety of colour ways - rich heather tones, coastal blues and greens, autumnal landscapes - so I asked my friends on social media for suggestions.
Lovely Lesley Johnson said the design reminded her of mountains - so what about the Munros - and the name Mighty Munros followed on shortly after!
A Munro is a mountain in Scotland with a height over 3000 feet (914.4m) - but I have to admit I have never climbed one so cannot claim to be a "Munro-Bagger"
These Wristies can be knitted with or without a thumb and are super cosy and snug
They are worked in the round on 3.5mm needles and feature a beautiful, but easy to knit, Estonian Braid
Each kit contains
4 x 50g balls of New Lanark DK wool or wool/silk blend
a printed pattern booklet
a lobster clasp stitch marker to mark the beginning of each round
contained in a re-usable, re-giftable box*
* Please note, International orders may be packed in an organza bag instead of a box to keep shipping costs down