My long suffering DH has been busy this week and has put 3 patterns from the Four Elements Booklet into individual pdfs.Â I’ve got links to each of those patterns below with a few details about each pattern.
For anyone else living in Ireland are you finding this weather oppressive?Â Its been very mild but very gray and wet.Â Added to that the hour went back last week so by 4.30 it is almost dark.Â I can’t describe how much I hate this weather, I feel as though there is a big wad of cotton wool stuffed in my brain and doing even the most basic tasks before many cups of coffee seems impossible.Â Perhaps I should just find myself a little cave and hibernate for the winter!
I’ve got a bunch new of patterns coming out in the next few weeks, first up will be a sweater (or jumper!) in the Winter Twist Collective.Â There are a few details from this issue up on Ravelry but you’ll have to wait until the 15th to see the photos!Â I’ve got a baby version of Iced (complete with a matching hat) that I have ready for release…I just need my niece to be born to take some photos!
This open textural lace stitch creates a richly textured yoke pattern that is fun to knit. Knit from the top down, this cardigan uses a lightweight yarn for a wonderful light cardigan that will enhance any outfit.
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Knit from side to side, this shawlette is edged with a deep waffle pattern that forms an interesting edging for this shallow shawlette. As it is knit in one piece, it is easy to extend so you can make the most of a luxury yarn and use every last ounce. Knit from a worsted weight yarn at a loose gauge, this cosy shawlette can be used in several different ways; wrapped as a scarf or loosened as a shawl in the evening.
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Open and airy, this lightweight semi-pi shawl combines an open dramatic version of the waffle stitch with solid bands of stocking stitch to form a shawl that is fun to knit and easy to wear. Worked in a soft, light baby alpaca, this shawl is a pleasure to wear close to the skin.