My customers have created
remarkably beautiful works of fiber art using MOCO Qiviut Yarns!
I hope these will inspire you as much as they do me.
Jessie Driscoll's Finbar the Bear!
100% Qiviut Crochet
Diane Mercier designed and wove this gorgeous 100% Qiviut scarf using
Curry lace weight yarns. I love the part open-work, part solid
Jan Roy made this handsome vest commissioned by and for her friend,
Steve, using 5.5oz MOCO 100% Qiviut Natural Sport weight. View the full image
of these and you'll see the basket stitch (I'm guessing) pattern she
used. Very nice and Steve is a happy man!
Jeanne James designed and wove this beautiful scarf using a white warp
with MOCO Dark Plum 75% Qiviut / 25% Merino-Silk lace weight yarn as the weft. I love
the reversible design with diamond accents!
Josiane in France designed and knit this fabulous Nachaq (smoke ring or wimple)
using Natural 100% Qiviut Lace weight.
Malee in Denmark designed and knit this beautiful textured scarf using MOCO 75% Qiviut/25%
Merino-Silk natural lace weight yarn.
Marianne Sigg created this gorgeous shawl using MOCO 45%
Qiviut / 45% Merino / 10% Silk natural cobweb weight yarn. It
only 3 ounces.
Mary Nichols created this incredible scarf using an
Alpaca/Merino/Silk fiber blend she hand spun, knit with beads, then hand
I'm not absolutely certain of the creative steps order but this is definitely One-of-a-Kind.
Tom Clark crochets "Pussy Caps" using 100% Natural Qiviut fingering
weight yarn double stranded. Attractive and cozy!
Vickie Gibbs designed and knit this outstanding cables and lace
cardigan sweater using MOCO 100% Qiviut natural fingering weight. The
cable and lace elements relate beautifully to each other!