July Featured Yarn – Super Sparkle


Who doesn’t love a little sparkle added to their knitwear? Blue Moon Fiber Arts sure does! Super Sparkle takes sparkle yarn to a whole new level with their revolutionary technique of plying the Lurex into the wool. One continuous filament spun directly into the wool means the sparkle will stay put – not shedding or pulling! We can’t get over how smart this yarn is – Tina truly listened to the knitting community when creating Super Sparkle! Here are our favorite pattern suggestions for this magical fiber:


Stolen Moments by Shannon Squire is meant to be knit in Super Sparkle. The simple pattern shows off BMFA’s wildly variegated colorways and the addition of a pompom at the ankle is such a fun touch. These toe-up socks do not require a lot of attention which makes them perfect to throw in your bag to knit on the beach, the train, or your local Knit Night.


Up next is another Shannon Squire pattern – Slay Me. This pattern is perfect for all you Buffy fans! To celebrate the hit TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer turning 20, Tina created some amazing Buffy colorways and we are lucky enough to stock three – Bite Me, Buffy, and Sunnydale. “This asymmetric shawl starts and ends the same way: with one single stitch. Along the way, you’ll play with striping, work some simple yet effective mesh lace, and create a lovely and stretchy edging.”

traceyLastly, we would like to feature our Exclusive Candyland colorways. We initially ordered Super Sparkle just for our exclusives. Once we saw Tracey knit up Lord Licorice’s Bitter Bats in Madder Ribbed Socks by Nancy Bush, we had to add stock colors to our Super Sparkle selection! Simple sock patterns are best for Super Sparkle so you don’t lose intricate patterning in the highly variegated colorways.

We also love the idea of adding a stripe or two of Super Sparkle into patterns like Find Your Fade by Andrea Mowry or any of Stephen West’s funky brioche patterns! Have you knit with Super Sparkle? Share your project in the comments below!

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