The second issue of Pascuali fashion collection is here!
We are passionate about textiles and we always strive to do our best to bring you the latest trends. Like with our previous magazines, this collection brings together our sustainable exclusive yarns with the latest and most popular knitting styles and techniques. It was our pleasure to work in collaboration with Sandra Fischer, also known as “Strickfisch” who designed “Pema” a beautiful set of hat and scarf, and Fabienne Schulte alias “Pink Zombie”, who designed “Lucia” a wonderful pullover for women.
In this collection, we are proud to feature are our latest 100% organically certified Cashmere yarns which are of the best quality found in the market today. Because species-appropriate keeping of animals, fair-trade, high quality and ecologically manufactured products are at the heart of what we do, we have made sure that our cashmere is organically certified by the Mongolian Chamber of Commerce.
The designs in this fall/winter collection are also very special because they are all seamless and most of them are knitted in the round from the top down. Aside from Organic Cashmere Lace, Cashmere 6/28 and Cashmere Worsted we also used other wonderful yarns found in our range like: Balayage (hand-dyed and standard), Suave, Nepal, Alpaca los Andes, Merino Baby, Alpaca Fino, Nube, Alpaca Royal, Pinta, Atlantis, Bayak and Alaska 3.
Even though each pattern includes precise knitting instructions, none of the 21 patterns have been included in the magazine. With a good reason. In order to help protect the environment and to make the instructions as clear as possible, all of the patterns are available as PDF downloads using the scratch-off code found in the magazine. By doing this, we have been able to drastically reduce the amount of paper, while still providing clear and detailed instructions for each pattern. All patterns are available in English and in German.
You can, of course, order the patterns individually as well:
For each pattern there is a knitting kit including the pattern and the required yarn: