Spring Preview Saturday: Lace Yarn Studio

October 11, 2014, 10:00 am  Posted by Deborah Stack

coverFor those knitters who adore laceweight yarn, beautiful shawl patterns abound. Yet where do you turn when you’ve had your fill of shawls, and want to explore more uses for your ultra-fine yarn?


In Carol Sulcoski’s Lace Yarn Studio (April 2015), 26 stunning projects utilize laceweight yarn in unique and exciting applications. Patterns range from a beaded skirt to a scarf and vest set, providing an exciting new way to experience your favorite fine yarns.


Carol J. Sulcoski is a knitwear designer, writer, hand dyer, and teacher. Her books include Sock Yarn Studio (Lark), Knit So Fine (Interweave), and Knitting Socks with Handpainted Yarns (Interweave), and Carol’s work has also appeared in such magazines as Vogue KnittingKnitSimpleInterweave KnitsKnitScene, and  Noro Magazine. Carol’s hand-dyed yarn can be purchased at blackbunnyfibers.com


Take a peek at some of our favorite patterns from the upcoming title below, and be sure to pre-order your copy today!


978145470861__0595 (2)



978145470861__0045 (2)


978145470861__0579 (2)


978145470861__0650 (2)

Deborah Stack

About the Author

Assistant Editor, Lark Crafts. A serial hobbyist, knitting will always be my one true love...

Read Full Bio

10 Responses

    Jay says:


    tnx for info!!

    Albert says:


    thanks for information!

    Robert says:


    ñïàñèáî çà èíôó!!

    Lewis says:



    Doug says:



    Jay says:


    ñïàñèáî çà èíôó.

    Elmer says:



    F. Eubanks says:

    How does one get errata for this book. Page 71, the ripple chart repeat is 12 stitches, the transition chart repeat section is 13 stitches. Not sure where I missed the increase. HELP!!!

    Utterly pent written content, thank you for information. “Life is God’s novel. Let him write it.” by Isaac Bashevis Singer.

    bursatogel says:

    Its a great sharing and really informative.. will keep following ur web. thanks to you and ur great website. :)
    togel sgp

Leave a Reply