The Rooftop blanket uses just two different colors of yarn, but the marled technique makes it look like more! By holding three strands of the one color and one strand of the second color, then two strands of each, and then three strands of the second color and one of the first color – something magical happens. The fabric looks like a night sky full of shimmering stars, that’s almost liquid-esque.
There is also flame stitch technique in the blanket, which makes the stitches look like the licks of flame on a candle. Every stitch is twisted throughout the blanket to match the bottoms of the hems of the garments in the Adventurer Collection.
This pattern is pretty easy to follow and goes by quickly once you learn it. Because of all the ribbing, the Rooftop blanket is incredibly stretchy and grows to comfortably fit two people, but it also packs down small for travel.
If you purchased the Mad Love 2 booklet on or before 11/16 please note that the Culebra Asymmetrical Scarf by Louis Boria takes 3 skeins of Triple Twist, not 2. We apologize for the error and have attached an updated version. If you have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mad Love #2 is a digital pattern booklet featuring four patterns from designers Noriko Ho, Madelinetosh, Louis Boria, and Joji Locatelli, all knit using GG Loves Orange Yarn. The MT Community Love Fund will raise donations through creative collaborations and partnerships.
The fund may offer financial grants, scholarships, mentorship, yarn and more to business owners, designers and students in our maker community. The MT Community Love Fund celebrates diversity and will encourage anyone in our community of every race, religion, age, ability, sexual identity, gender identity, skin color and body type to apply, especially BIPOC and LBGTQI+.
100% of proceeds from the pattern booklet and 10% of sales from the GG Loves Orange color will be donated back to the MT Community Love Fund. By purchasing this booklet and working with GG Loves Orange, you are directly supporting diversity and accessibility in the fiber world.