30
Sep

Winter in the city

I think it’s time to admit that summer is actually over. But, while I’ll miss the sunshine, I’m nearly giddy over the prospect that sweater weather is coming! For those of you in the northeast and midwest, it seems like it’s already time to dust off the gloves and hats. And, perhaps, just the right time to introduce some Uptown Chic into your wardrobe. The six patterns in this new eBook are a fun way to kickstart your fall and winter wardrobe!

The Morrison Beret is a slouchy beret reimagined with heavy Aran texture. Worked in Gloss HW, it has the stitch definition to make the cables pop.

The Division Street Scarf is big, bold, and will keep you warm in the worst winter weather. Double-stranded Wool of the Andes Bulky and oversized cables give this scarf attitude!

Never a shrinking violet, the Overpass Gloves proudly crown your cuffs in intricate cables, while soft Gloss Fingering keeps your hands toasty warm.

For a cover-up that goes from day to evening with ease, there’s the Eastbank Capelet. Luxurious Capra keeps you warm while showing off a lacy texture.

Equally at home at work, school, or out on the town is the Burnside Tunic. The cable patterning hides the figure-flattering shaping, while an oversized cowl neck can be styled to suit your personality.

Last but not least, curl up at home with the Crosswalk Boots. These textured boots are knit in wonderfully warm Cadena, and have the option for rubber soles to be attached in case you want to take your relaxation on the go!

Each pattern is fully charted, with the garment sizes ranging from a 32-64″ bust. The Uptown Chic collection
will help you chase the chill away with style. With their
bold texture and modern styling, each of these designs complements your winter wear from
head to toe!

 

 

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