Jesse uses just a few cakes of machine-washable Berroco Nebula to create a simple drop-shoulder sweater knitting pattern for kids.
Learn how to work the German Twisted (sometimes called Old Norwegian) cast-on method. This knitting cast-on technique is similar to a regular long-tail cast on, but you twist the yarn just a little bit to give it a bit more stretch.
Easy intarsia and a few balls of Berroco Catena in a graduated shade create an eye-catching cropped sweater knitting pattern.
Two color-shifting shades of Berroco Catena are worked from the bottom to the crown of this brioche knitting hat pattern.
The body of this long, open-front cardigan is worked in a color-shifting shade of Berroco Catena, while the sleeves and edges are worked in a solid color.
Everything you love about Berroco Ultra Alpaca, now in an undyed version! Each of the seven shades of super fine alpaca and Peruvian wool are created by blending the natural colors of alpaca with undyed wool.