SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
SALE Sublime Pattern Booklets
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The Sublime brand name has long been associated with clearly written patterns that stride confidently between classic, cool, and contemporary, all with a sense of easy-to-wear British style.

While most of the yarns that these patterns were written for have long been discontinued, each booklet is written for a particular yarn, meaning that the patterns can easily be worked in any somewhat-similar yarn from the same size category.

Some pointers:

  • Issues #604, #608, #615, and #620 were all written for an aran-weight wool, silk, and cashmere blend. You can use any wool or wool blend Aran weight yarn (preferably with a smooth texture) for a similar effect.
  • Issue #609 calls for a hazy mohair blend, heavier than laceweight, but not too chunky; as a guideline, try to find a yarn that has around 120m per 25g. (In a pinch, two strands of laceweight mohair blends held together might work!)
  • Issue #610 calls for a DK weight cotton and viscose blend.
  • Issues #614, 664, and #680 all use DK weight wool, or a wool blend.
  • Issue #627 calls for a chunky-weight boucle yarn; try to find one with a gauge of approximately 14sts/10cm.
  • Issues #661 and #672 ask for a DK weight cotton, specifically mercerized with a smooth texture for the same look.

Here's the Ravelry page for issue #604; you can find the other issues using the drop down menu on the left side of the page, under the cover photo.