Ok, I admit it, when I write a new pattern I make it over and over. At least you know I wouldn’t publish something I don’t enjoy making. I had to make another since ALL the ones pictured here previously are GONE. At least for now. they went off as samples so I was left empty-handed. THIS is the best one, in my opinion, to date. It’s my VERY favorite color and I just love it. Crocheted in Shibui Knits Sock in the colorway Rapids. View more the pictures here.
The pin is from Leslie Wind, you MUST check out her site. She has lovely and creative ‘Jewelry and Tewelry for Knitters’.
A class sample for the Knitting Garden and uses up some JoJoland Melody Superwash in various pinks and purples. I started with 2 rows light mauve, next 13 rows of a busy pink mix, finishing with a dark violet and navy edge of 2 rows. I blocked it with points and I think it turned out very nicely.
Do you know this phrase? I think you do.
Whisper it…again…sexier… LOL 😉
Anyway, I love this yarn, color and yardage. This is a store sample in Punta Yarns Merisock Hand Painted/colorway #HP65, for a December class at the Knitting Garden in Coral Gables, FL. If you happen to have Saturday, December 10th free, call the shop and reserve a seat. We have such a fun time there.
New pattern coming out mid-October 2011. – This is a scarf that can be worn many ways. Wearing my scarves as cowls, I like when they’re curved enough to stay put and drape well, that’s why I created this one. Being a lover of sock yarn, but often wondering how to spend one skein, I thought I would try to make one with that in mind. In Florida sock yarn is often the heaviest wool I could ever really need for most things. This yarn is from Julie Spins and is a heavy fingering yarn. The pattern would work well with most sock yarn or up to a heavy fingering weight and uses @400 yards or so.