All About That Base! Ox & Scholar!

 

All About Oxford & Scholar!

Why do we love Oxford (fingering weight) and Scholar (worsted weight) so much?  How much time do you have?  From the way they take the dye to how light and lofty they are, these two beauties are perfect for everything from garments to accessories!  Scholar and Oxford (75% Merino.25% Cashmere) are woolen spun which results in a fluffier, rustic yarn that traps air so it’s lighter, warmer and blooms beautifully.  At the same time, both are perfect for stockinette, cabling and openwork due to being very evenly plied. It’s important to keep in mind that these two bases take the color in a darker, heathered way and will not appear as “clear” as the Primo’s or Solo.  The base color of the naked yarn provides a wonderful warmth and depth that gives your finished piece and lovely vintage feel.

 

Today, we did our first Live Instagram video talking about these two special bases.  If you were able to join us live, thank you so much!  We loved talking to you guys in real time and hope you enjoyed it, too! We shared a number of our favorite patterns to use with these yarns and have provided all the links below for your convenience.

Available Colors:

 

 

Bases Available:

  • Groovy Baby!
  • Oxford
  • Primo DK
  • Primo Fingering
  • Primo Sport
  • Scholar
  • Solo
  • Sophisticate
  • Spiffy
  • Spiffy Lace

 

Helpful Information:

  • Please join us on the Plucky Blog Friday, October 12th at Noon EDT and again on Sunday, October 14th at 8:00 PM EDT.
  • This is a pre-order update and will ship the week of November 5th.  Please note, for administrative purposes your shipping label may be printed an unspecified amount of time prior to actually shipping.  Once an update begins to ship it may take up to 4 business days for all packages to leave the barn.
  • Any colors or bases you’d love to see in this update?  Please join us in the Wishlist Thread on Ravelry!  We are always happy to grant as many wishes as we can.
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