Pattern E-book Color Fusion at a glance August 28, 2017 Heather 2 Comments Have you seen it? Amy Gunderson and Tori Gurbisz have released an e-book of seven colorful patterns designed for Deluxe Worsted Tweed Superwash. Color Fusion is available on Ravelry as an e-book or individual patterns. Take a look! E-book Color Fusion collects 7 knits in Deluxe Worsted Superwash Tweed that play with color. Ainsley is a pullover that doubles as a stitch sampler. Ainsley uses four colors to create harmonious blocks. Knit in pieces and seamed, the pattern calls for intarsia work on the sleeve, but no cable needle for the twists. Caitrin is charted, using just one ball of each color in Deluxe Worsted Tweed Superwash. Work Caitrin in the round from the bottom up, using Fair Isle for the colorwork. Fia is the most popular pattern in this collection! All of Fia’s color changes are slip stitch. Just one color per round. Work Fia top-down in the round. The sleeves are knitted flat and seamed. A stylish blend of poncho and sweater, Fia will keep you warm while turning heads. The Kenzy Ruana is a surprisingly easy knit! Work it flat, then bind off and cast back on to create the split. Lines of contrasting color are woven through to create the opposing stripes. The Kenzy Scarf has the same stitch style as the ruana. A sophisticated project that works regardless of gender. Leave the ends hanging and tie them off for easy fringe! Maisie is a top-down raglan sleeved cardi with a rustic look. The hood is pretty and functional. Toggles accent the design. Maisie’s colorwork uses the mosaic method – only one color per row! Sileas uses slipped stitches for its colorwork. Easy peasy. Work the body in one piece, then add the sleeves and seam. Sileas is comfy, warm, and beautiful.