Design Submissions (waiting to hear):
- Brooklyn Tweed – Wool People 9 – Due 10/31
- Dover – diagonal scarf with lace detail
- Kenai – a-line top with lace yoke
- Ellis – feather & fan wrap sweater
- Knit Picks Fall 2015 – Due 11/7
- Lyford – cabled raglan pullover
- Cremini – simple lace pattern pullover
- Knit Now Spring 1015 – Due 11/17
- Cabled Scarf
Design Submissions (In Process/Waiting to go Live)
- Knit Picks Spring/Summer 2015 – 1 design, Marlin
- Knit Now Winter 2015 – 1 design, Staggered
Design Submissions (need to submit)
- None for now.
Designs for Klever Knits (need to swatch/start)
- Berkshire Socks – Rowan Felted Tweed DK, Frozen
- Rochelle – Rowan Kid Silk Haze & Rowan Fine Lace, Blush, Size 6 US
- Avalance – Blue Sky Alpaca Extra Cabled Cowl, Butter Cream
Designs for Klever Knits (On the Needles)
- Chicago – Rowan Felted Tweed Dk, Frozen
- Rabbit Tracks – Madelinetosh Pashmina, Dahlia
Just for Me Queue (Patterns I want to Cast On for)
- Ondawa – Spud & Chloe Sweater, Beluga
- Lila – Twist Llama Sparkle, Winter White
- Alloy – Madelinetosh Tosh Dk, Coquette & Natural
- Natsumi Pullover – ; Fibre Company Canopy Worsted, Fern
- Hartford – Julie Hoover ; Berroco Ultra Alpaca, Oregano
- Paloma – Thea Colman; Cascade Eco+, Shire
- Nanook – Malabrigo Yarn Merino Worsted, Natural
- Pomme de Pin – Rowan British Sheep Breeds DK, cream
A couple of weeks ago, I had published a Tempted Tuesday dedicated to quick hat projects, and the beginning of a new hat design (which has since gone live). It’s only fair that I do a similar post, this time dedicated to things to wrap around your neck right now as the air begins to chill, and the thick + cozy pieces you’ll be dying to wear later when it’s actually cold outside. And soon I’m hoping I’ll be able to announce a little side project I’ve been working on with Holly over at SillyLittleLady!
Diagonal Lace Scarf
Stones & Stripes
Baby, it’s Cold Outside!
I am so happy to announce that my English Roses pattern is now live and for sale on Ravelry, check it out here! I had started this one awhile back, but had to set aside to work on a commissioned project. Right now, I’m really loving the look of curved hems, and I like how this one is only curved in the back, adding just a little bit of fun & flair to the piece.
The sleeves are long and fitted, and the color changes line up for a flattering color blocked effect.
Sample shown is the 34″ size and has 3″ of positive ease for a finished bust measurement of 40″
Yarn: Grignasco Knits Loden (still available in some online stores) but a great yarn substitute would be Rowan Felted Tweed Aran.
Needles: Size 5 US for body & sleeves, Size 4 US for neckband.
I hope you all enjoy!
As I teased almost two weeks ago, I decided to play with a skein of Shelter that I had sitting in my stash to see if I liked it enough to knit a full sweater out of it. Turns out, it was really fun, and I ended up designing a little beanie out of it!
The lace pattern is an adaptation of a traditional leaf lace pattern, in that the points of the leaves are interrupted with the opening of a new leaf. This beanie works quickly on size 6 US needles, and was such a little joy to knit that I’m offering it up for free! And given that only 1 skein of 140 yards is needed, it’s easy on your yarn budget too!
Please find the pattern available at Ravelry here.