Recommended patterns for Biches & Bûches
For the first time, I purchased cute colors of yarn from France.
Thickness is Light Fingering. It's a little thinner than Fingering, so it feels light no matter what you knit.
If you can knit it quickly, I think you can knit something that can be worn until the rainy season!
Now let's take a look at the recommended patterns.
Pappus Pullover by Midori Hirose
A popular pattern by Japanese designer Midori. It is a type of wear that uses thick needles to knit thin threads. It comes with a lot of technique videos, and it's all in Japanese, so I recommend it! Oh my God, it seems that I can knit from 2 Kase.
The perfect shrug for this time of year. This shape is called shrug. The pattern looks fun, and it can be used all year round. If it were me, I'd make it like putting it on over a dress.
From 4 cassettes.
A very popular pattern, Wispy Carde! Since it is a knitted desert type, I think that choosing your favorite color is the key to knitting to the end. We have a wide range of sizes, including small children's sizes.
If it's an adult size, it starts from 4 cassettes.
Finally, the shawl! I use 6 colors, but I think Biches & Bûches can be combined with gradation. It's cute even if you put only one color in it.
6 colors, 1 case each.
Please enjoy the cute colors of Biches & Bûches. Click here to shop for yarn!