This sweater is Nature Spun 100% wool, worsted weight, color: "Winter Blue". The torso is blocks that are 3 sts wide and 6 rows tall, the yoke is K3, P3. The sizing is roomy and comfortable....to be worn over a turtleneck or flannel shirt, with jeans for outdoor activities in the fall and winter.....Warm, comfy week-end wear!
Here is the pictures of the Primula Blanket.
Thanks to ihiker for tip about resizing pictures :D!
Its over 40 different colours and mostly done with scrap yarn. The pattern is from Arne & Carlos book, Knit-And-Crochet Garden. Its a fun project to make, but it takes some patience :D. This was finished last month.
Autumn In New York...oh, I can hear Mel Tormé's Velvet Fog now as drips descend, the temperature cools, the light grows dimmer in the afternoon sooner, the quiet, wet roads and vehicle tires singing in the rain...so it is appropriate to show a recent project finished for a family member...At The Market shawl, pattern written by Ilga Leja.
ok, so i'm making some worsted weight socks, using #6 needles... 2 at a time, toe up, on 2 circs method...
Here is Magnus the Mouse from Arne & Carlos book, Knit-and-crochet Garden. Its really fun to make these mice :D!
A number of years back, I purchased these stitch markers. I think they came in a pack with different sizes in it. The markers on the left are soft and rubbery; the ones on the right are hard plastic. I like these the very best because they are thin enough not to create any gaps in the work and they don't hang down and get caught in the strands. I would like to get some more but I can't find a source. I think I very well may have purchased them at Patternworks originally but they are no longer available there. I would appreciate it if anyone can direct me to a source for them.
Seems joined a few year ago intending to learn but here I am waiting on yarn and knitting needles coming in the post tomorrow. I'm looking forward to getting to learn the basics and thought it would be something to help the evenings pass by. Lovely sunny weather here in England right now, so hopefully by the time winter arrives I'll have at least a scarf ready !
I was intrigued by the mock kilting stitch, so I played around and tried it in a prayer shawl for my church. Love the depth and texture to the fabric, as well as the drape. I doubt that I will block this one as I fear the steam might kill the texture.