Sexy B

About two years ago we had a kit in the store that included the Jet Stream pattern by Heidi Kirrmaier and two skeins of Sexy B by Alpha B. I went ahead and bought the kit for my mom as a gift since I knew it would be something that she would enjoy. What I didn’t realize at the time was how much I was going to fall for the Sexy B yarn the kit came with. The color of yarn the kit came with was an eye-catching deep fuchsia. If the color wasn’t enough to grab my attention, the moment I started to see the Jet Stream take form, I was hooked. The drape the wrap started to take was the perfect mix of light and delicate. Then one day I reached out and felt the fabric, and immediately knew there was no going back.


My mom could tell how much I loved the yarn, so she set aside a nice amount of leftovers that she gifted me. I was beyond elated. I have yet to use the leftovers and actually don’t have any plans on using it. I can’t seem to part with it, so it will end up being yarn that I will cherish and hold onto as a keepsake. This has not stopped me from purchasing new skeins of this amazing luxury yarn. I’m a sucker for alpaca, cashmere, and silk, and Sexy B is a combination of the three of these opulent fibers. Soft to the touch and dyed in vibrant colorways, Sexy B is definitely a yarn that all knitters should treat themselves to.

Here are a few pattern ideas for Sexy B:

© Marcin Duda

Masgot: A shawl with mesmerizing stripes and endless options for color choices. I’ve been eyeing this shawl for a while now, and I think I finally came up with my color scheme: Soot and Stainless Steel for the stripes, and Two Olives Please for the pop of color. Though, I might change my mind since all the completed projects on Ravelry are giving me great ideas.

© Veera Välimäki

Secret of Change: A simple garter stitch shawl with eyelet stripes. This shawl will drape effortlessly in any Sexy B colorway.

© cheryllfaust

Mirkfallon: A rectangular wrap with a modern touch that involves asymmetrical sections of a triangle lace pattern and texture.

June 20, 2016 by Laura Oriana Konstin
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