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Close up of the top edge. I chose to use a crochet border instead of following the pattern.
I am a fan of most greens, actually - more than half of the sweaters I have knit for myself are some shade of green - but I really have a particular soft-spot for this aqua-blue-green vintagey color.
I'm going to get some postcards printed up from this one I think.A second hand waistcoat knitted up from a Kaffe Fassett pattern.From Elaine's Vintage Clothing, 27, Saint Stephen Street, Edinburgh.
...for YoSD! :D
Finally in Spain the Holidays are finished, so I'm back to my rythm of life! I made some YoSD sweaters but I want to make more!! (I think 3 or 4 more). They are all different, with a personal touch! :D (I will post pics on dolls soon!)
Also I am working on some for lati/pkf and maybe engendrito too!! :)
You will be able to see this ones in my corner this weekend! **^___^**
I have completed my Knitting In Technicolor series with the final blanket and I've added a hat! I have so enjoyed designing these bright and colorful blankets. After the huge success of the Crochet in Technicolor series, and many emails, I've designed three blanket knitting patterns and a coordinating hat to the line.
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First knit of 2014, an afternoon's work. and, oh, I guess I'll play at 365 again.
I'm learning to use my new knitting machine!!! XD
This one of a kind knitted/crocheted bolero is crossed in front and plain on back. Warm, cozy, bohemian. I designed it for covering the neck if needed, as a scarf, but being loose enough when You are in a warm place! @;)
Rainbow body from recycled mixed wool and acrylic yarns with black extralong sleeves made of new, soft acrylic yarn. Crocheted edginigs.
knitted myself a new pair of cosy wristwarmers ready for the colder autumn days. Have written it up as a free pattern which you can download if you'd like to make some. See my profile for a link to my blog where there's info about downloading the pdf file.
Yarn is Palette from Knit Picks in Sweet Potato, Semolina, Bark, Grass, Sky, and Serrano. Pattern is mystery KAL from Knit Picks' community site.
Knit Picks Palette Garnet Heather and Golden Heather, I think. Size 1 (.25) needles.
Knitted as a novelty raffle item for the breast Cancer raffle at the Kings Arms on Oct 24th. I found the free pattern on Ravelry but slightly adapted the pattern to fit the wool that I had in stash.
Chevron scarf (pattern from Last-minute knitted gifts) in Blue moon fiber arts 'socks that rock' lightweight yarn in colors "Fairgrounds" and "Fire on the Mountain."
I knit this scarf for my mom for Christmas. The yarn's Moda Dea Sassy Stripes; the pattern's the Rainy Day Scarf.
I've decided to use the last few leftover squares from my mother's unfinished blanket to make some little knitted purses (one each for my mum and my sisters).
I made this one last night while watching TV - it's got a little zip closure and is lined with dark red felt that matches the dark red squares.