Feza Project Update

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I am so excited about our new shipment of Feza yarn, I decided I really had to get you some information on my blog.  Some of you remember that I let our stock completely sell out last year as I was so overwhelmed with what to choose for my next orders, that I just didn’t reorder.  So when I went to San Diego TNNA Market in January, I knew I must give this line serious consideration as their yarns are so unusual and beautiful.   This year I restocked Alp Premier and Alp Dazzle in many new colors as well as last year’s most popular.  These yarns are bulky weight and dressy with a new strand being tied in every 15 to 18 yards.  Some are bumpy, some are shiny, some are fluffy, and many are ribbons, which gives wonderful color and texture variation.Premier Sweater

 

 

 

This is a sweater in “Alp Premier”

 

 

 

This year I added Alp Oriental which is Super Bulky with 3 strands being tied together each 15 to 18 yards.  It creates a more casual, Bohemian look – I’m finding that I have to keep at least one project going at all times with the Oriental.  My projects so far are a matching crocheted hat and scarf from one ball, a knitted triangle shawl from one ball plus 2 coordinating balls of Lion Brand Fettuccini to lower costs, and now I’m working on Nancy Bocuzzi’s “Rounded Shawl” knitted on size 35 circular needles with just 1 ball.  If you go to www.fezayarns.com the rounded shawl is on the left center (in Alp Oriental) and Alp Oriental is the shawl on the right center.

Gena's Triangle Shawl-Oriental

Gena's Triangle Shawl-Oriental

Maile in Nancy's Vertical Coat

Maile in Nancy's Cropped ShrugHere is Maile in Nancy's beautiful cropped shrug - this is the Alp Oriental made with 1 ball in the One of a Kind Colors. Nancy (Feza's Designer) has promised me this pattern soon! This is pretty wild but there are many more color ranges that aren't so wild. I am doing my Rounded Shawl in Color #7 which has a camel background with other colors popping out - much calmer.It's not easy getting these pictures in here. Criss is much better at this. I'll keep trying!Gena's Oriental Sideways

Working this program is such a maze!  Anyway, please come into the shop to touch and feel!  I think you’ll like!  Coming up next – my finished “Rounded Shawl”.  Stay tuned.  Gena

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