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BT Winter 2016


With 13 new designs for Shelter, Loft, and Quarry, Brooklyn Tweed’s Winter ’16 collection has plenty of beautiful options for your next – or next few – projects.

Intersect by Norah Gaughan, above, is a graceful open-front cardigan that flares at the hips for a flattering fit. The twisted-stitch cables are reversible and the piece is knit seamlessly – not in the round – but with each section picked up and knit from another. Knit with Brooklyn Tweed Loft.


Tallis by Michele Wang is a simple, but feminine pullover. With an A-line torso and exaggerated drop shoulders accentuated by columns of twisted broken rib and the top of the sleeves and sides, it’s subtle beauty will make it a wardrobe staple. Knit with Brooklyn Tweed Shelter.


Snoqualmie by Michele Wang is a cabled shawl-collar cardigan. The motifs appear complex but are easily memorized for an enjoyable knit. Perfect as a coat for cold weather hikes in the mountains or just across town! Knit with Brooklyn Tweed Quarry.


Cadence by Michele Wang is the sweater you’ll wear all season. A modified raglan with a textured torso, the pattern includes options for v-neck, turtleneck, and crew neck, as well as varying sleeve and body lengths. Just knit and go! Knit with Brooklyn Tweed Shelter.