Some 2009 Projects


The last one is a pattern for a felted "Alpaca" cushion.


purlyman's picture

Those look amazing!! I can't wait to see the Alpaca cushion. The sweater looks fantastic and I love the B&W pillow!! Congrats!!


albert's picture

I love your clean, crisp design sense.

IamKnitGuy's picture

Does the sweater have a red/orange detail down the side? It's a really fun accent! Does it appear anywhere else? I too love the B&W pillow! It is a published pattern or your own design?

grandcarriage's picture

Ditto. I saw that too and really liked the accent.

Craig's picture

Great work, you had better hide that pillow it may finds it way to someone elses house.

Have been knitting for years. I knit continually then will try another craft, but will return to the needles.

QueerJoe's picture

Truly impressive. I love the bulky tufted pillow...what a great use for that kind of yarn, and the amount of work that must have gone into that beautiful black & white pillow is hard to imagine.

Your concept for the felted alpaca pillow is intriguing. I'm sitting here wondering how you will compensate for the uneven felting of knitted fabric when knitting the unfelted version of it.

I will be tracking you closely to watch your progress.

fuzzed's picture

Perhaps it's not going to be knit at all, but rather needle felted. The way he's drawn out the design suggests that to me. There is too much detail in the design to be able to do a good representation of it with knit stitches unless he were to use small needles to begin with. These are just my ramblings, of course. We'll have to wait and see what he says. :)

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

The sweater looks great. The styling is really flattering for that body type. The pillows are quite nice as well. As to the alpaca pillow - I'm wondering if you are knitting general shapes before felting, cutting them down to the final curves etc. before assembling. The design reminds me of ancient Scythian felted tapestries that were found in Russia some years ago. Very nice. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

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