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Aerial - Berroco's lace-weight silk mohair, takes center stage in this modern five-piece collection. Held single, doubled, and even tripled, Aerial shows off its versatile range in these designs. Come see these gorgeous pieces in person at Low Country Shrimp and Knits from July 19th through August 5th. 

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Pixie by Mel Kennelly

This top-down yoke sweater uses a single strand of Aerial to create a sweater so breathable and light that it practically floats. Create your own whisper-light pullover with solid or multicolor shades for a luxurious layer with an ethereal beauty.

Lamia by Alison Green

This chic little crocheted scarf uses three colors of Aerial held together for an overall shade that has depth and interest. Fully reversible and next to the skin soft, you might not be able to make just one!

Garida by Åsa Buchta

The combination of colors and textures creates a striking, modern look in this crescent-shaped shawl, crocheted with the yarn held double. A striped body gets a pop of color with a fanning lace border that gives a lovely finishing touch to this whisper-light accessory. 

Crocotta by Åsa Buchta

Soft as a dream and practically weightless, this stunning capulet will warm your neck and shoulders with a graceful style and a gorgeous color fade using two strands held together. 

Anka by Alison Green

Using two strands of Aerial held together and featuring columns of double yarn overs, this boxy pullover is a great layering piece. With a velvety soft feel and sophisticated style, this sweater easily moves from work week to weekend!

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Aerial - Berroco's lace-weight silk mohair, takes center stage in this modern five-piece collection. Held single, doubled, and even tripled, Aerial shows off its versatile range in these designs. Come see these gorgeous pieces in person at Low Country Shrimp and Knits from July 19th through August 5th. 

Patterns Displayed:

Pixie by Mel Kennelly

This top-down yoke sweater uses a single strand of Aerial to create a sweater so breathable and light that it practically floats. Create your own whisper-light pullover with solid or multicolor shades for a luxurious layer with an ethereal beauty.

Lamia by Alison Green

This chic little crocheted scarf uses three colors of Aerial held together for an overall shade that has depth and interest. Fully reversible and next to the skin soft, you might not be able to make just one!

Garida by Åsa Buchta

The combination of colors and textures creates a striking, modern look in this crescent-shaped shawl, crocheted with the yarn held double. A striped body gets a pop of color with a fanning lace border that gives a lovely finishing touch to this whisper-light accessory. 

Crocotta by Åsa Buchta

Soft as a dream and practically weightless, this stunning capulet will warm your neck and shoulders with a graceful style and a gorgeous color fade using two strands held together. 

Anka by Alison Green

Using two strands of Aerial held together and featuring columns of double yarn overs, this boxy pullover is a great layering piece. With a velvety soft feel and sophisticated style, this sweater easily moves from work week to weekend!

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