Have you seen the latest Wool People? My contribution is Benedetta, a top-down cardigan in garter stitch with a touch of lacey goodness. I think the cuffs are my favorite part of this design--the lace scallops so prettily around the front of the wrist.
I'd really like to knit this hat from the collection...
Photos by Jared Flood.
My dear friend Karen came over for a visit last weekend. She gave me (and Immie) a lesson on making Swedish braided rugs. It's addictive once you get going! Immie really loved touching and stepping on Karen's rug. So, I'm making Immie her very own. Once I'm further along, I'll share it with you.
A few months ago, it dawned on me that there will be the date 12-12-12 this year. I'm not sure why I thought that would be a fun time to offer a special sale, but that's exactly what I have done. I have compiled 12 Madder patterns into one pdf for the special price of $20.12!
This grouping includes 2 new patterns, currently unavailable individually--Camilla Blanket (fresh off the needles yesterday!) and Sibella Scarf. The other patterns are my old friends: Camilla, Camilla Babe, Camilla Kid, Sibella, Sibella Babe, Imogen Wool, Imogen Tee, Imogen Cowl, Immie Tee, and Immie Blanket.
Hope you enjoy this little treat. The offer ends 12-12-12 at 12:00 noon (est).
Two Lights Blanket is a new pattern featured in Wood, Taproot's 4th issue. Knitted in Quince & Co.'s Osprey yarn, the easy-to-memorize knit-and-purl stitch pattern is reversible and incredibly addictive to knit! And the blanket is cozy. Oh so, so cozy. Mine is getting a lot of use already.
I am so thrilled to be a contributor of Taproot. I haven't seen this issue yet--it's due to arrive next week! Looks like another great issue.
Two Lights Blanket
color: kumlien's gull