PS: Update - I've added my LYS's contact information on my blog for those that have voiced interest in the pattern. Look under Patterns category. Thanks!
Friday, December 23, 2005
Coronet Hat from Knitty and my LYS's Celtic Knot Scarf; Lamb's Pride (worsted). Yet to weave in ends, or blocked, yet shall be completed and wrapped up for Christmas day. HA! There's cookies to bake, get real. Happy Merry Weekend to all! -Amy D.
Wednesday, December 21, 2005
It was made for my boyfriend's mother for her birthday.
Used KnitPics Wool of the Andes in Hush, made for Andy's mother's birthday. Pattern is taken from a chart in the book Lavish Lace (Parrot House Stole), with a garter stitch edging.
Posted by Unknown at 11:19 PM
Well, I could not keep my hands off of the Jo Sharp SilkRoad Ultra. Matching hat is done, and will not be a vacation project.
In the mean time, I'm fascinated with the reversable cable scarfs in "Scarf Style". Maybe I'll take yarn and a pattern for one of those.
Have fun with your cable needles y'all!!
Posted by Swatchy at 11:46 AM
Monday, December 19, 2005
I just joined this KAL, and will be making a hat to match a top down aran sweater I just finished. To see that, go to the bottom of this gallery page. I'm using the idea from Knitty for the Coronet hat. My cable will be tighter to match the already finished sweater. I cast on and did a few rows this weekend. I'm planning on putting it into a zip lock bag to take on vacation.
The nasty yellow is the provisional cast on; this cable will be grafted when it is long enough into a headband, then I'll pick up stitches around the edge for the crown. The picture reeks, but when I return, there may be a finished hat.
Posted by Swatchy at 7:36 AM
Saturday, December 10, 2005
Friday, December 09, 2005
Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Technically it started out as a swatch but it's pretty! So it will, one day, be a scarf. I think Jennifer is right, it's slow because it's a little complex (although I think I am actually beginning to learn how to "read" cables, wonder of wonders).
It's actually a little bigger than this now. It's slow going. The pattern is the one in the lower right corner, from the Harmony Series. I'm not knitting it on metal dpn's either. Yikes. Regular bamboo needles. Kind of weird after mostly using circs forever. The balance feels......off. But the yarn clings, so it's all yay good.
Posted by Carrie K at 12:32 PM
Monday, December 05, 2005
I finished my first hat - woo hoo. First thing is first, here is my Irish Walking Hat. I used Knitchicks adaption to the Stitch n' Bitch Nation pattern. Her directions are fantastic and very easy to work.
Yarn: 1 and 1/2 skeins of Karabella Aurora 8 - Grey #8
Needles: US#8 DPN along with a wooden cable needle
Notes: I did 6 repeats and I think that I will be doing only 5 the next time since it is a tad bit to long. I was able to complete more then 1/2 today. I was in a hurry. I want to get the things off my list so I can win Naked Stix 2006. 1 down 19 to go. On to finishing my cabled wrist warmers or my cabled head band.
Posted by KniTaPaLooZa at 10:17 PM
Friday, December 02, 2005
I'm in the midst of two baby sweaters (in the smallest and largest sizes) that are nicely cabled. Actually, on the first I got a pattern I really liked, then I tried to duplicate it on the second and the second doesn't look as good because there are more pattern repeats. Blogger ish't taking my picture right now, but I have a photo on my blog.
Posted by Elspeth at 10:43 AM