I'm working on another selfish knit from my #makenine2018 list!
I'm knitting the pattern Iris by Melody Hoffman!
I wanted to stop by and share this lovely sweater pattern I've been working on this week. The pattern is called Illas Cies and it's by Anne Hanson.
I've been working on a project just for me this month!
As you might have noticed by now, I'm completely obsessed with Alpaca yarn. So, when KnitPicks came out with their new Simply Alpaca yarn I jumped at the chance to make something warm and squishy!
It's finally finished!
Kecia's Favorite Sweater is done!
As some of you might know, I've been working on recreating my cousin Kecia's very favorite (but very well worn) sweater. I've been knitting this guy since August, so I'm pretty excited to finally have him off the needles!
Thought I'd give you a quick update on my current WIP's (works in progress.)
I've got a few things going at the moment; still working on my Tegna top. (I know, it's been months!) I started it a size too large, then ripped it out, I started it a size smaller and it was too small so I ripped it out again. Then, I started it in the larger size but at a smaller gauge and I think it's gonna stick this time!
I'm starting on a new sweater journey!
My cousin Kecia has a very favorite blue sweater that has seen better days. My mission is to re-create a NEW very favorite blue sweater!
The sweater in question is 55% Ramie and 45% Acrylic. It's an oversized sweater in a fingering weight yarn. It's really big y'all; bust is 50" and length is 26.5" from shoulder to hem. It's going to keep me busy for quite a while!
I'm nearing the finish line on another fun sweater project!
My latest creation is called Mazzy Cardigan by Elizabeth Smith AKA The Brown Stitch. It's an open front cardigan that features mock cable ribbing on the front panels. It is knitted from the bottom up in one piece.
It's done! And it's more magical than I could've ever imagined!
My April Showers Sweater has been a fun and relatively quick knit. I used the top down raglan sweater tutorial from the Fringe Association to guide me on my way. It really was an invaluable resource while creating my first raglan sweater from scratch.
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