Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Inspiring


Joany's baby sweater inspires me. She is knitting it in Berocco Comfort and I guarantee it won't itch. I want to make one similar to it in pullover fashion. You know, I 'd avoid a button band and a v neck if I make a roll neck raglan.....

Meg's cabled top is Vogue inspired. Meg is a serious clothes knitter and she's darn good.



Carol is making this gorgeous shawl for herself. I am so thrilled it is for her. Her eyes are going to look so beautiful when she drapes this beauty around herself next spring on the beach.
Carol has me wanting to knit one for ME! When I decide to, remind me to use the exact yarn Carol is using, because it is perfect...and oops, I've forgotten the yarn name. It is a funny name...
I'll get back to you!

I've casted on with Major Jennifers stash sale sock yarn. I was going to knit the leg of the sock in a pattern, but I failed miserably while trying to watch TV and follow a simple repeat....so everything I knit during TV time last night....was frogged this morning...

Has a fellow knitter shown you something you are just dying to try to knit up?

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5 comments:

sapphireblue said...

Nice work!!

SissySees said...

Oh yeah. There's this dog sweater that looks like mitered squares... I Rav-stalk several times daily.

Katherine said...

I agree, that shawl is gorgeous! I am seriously tempted by Grace's latest Pi shawl to knit another one for myself. When I have knit Pi shawls in the past I feel like it is never going to end--around and around and around....

Caroline said...

I love the shawl too. I've been knitting a some shawlettes lately. They go so quickly, and I like having a memorizable pattern.

Grace said...

all of the time, I love that shawl you showed today, I remember knitting one like it years ago as a gift, now I will have to add a redo to my list!!

OTN now, fingerless mitts cable and moss stitch for Christmas gift!

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