nevertheless,....here is the second part of the (latest) testknits i didn't show here
dessine-moi-un-mouton is a lovely light weight jumper, seamlesss, worked from the top down with raglan increases to shape the yoke.
an easy-peasy textured pattern makes it special and keeps you interested while knitting
love the stripes (and the texture) of this one!
but i think i need to redo the bottom and add a little length to this beauty, because i still feel uncomfortable wearing this cropped sweater
pattern. dessine-moi-un-mouton by LaMaisonRililie
yarn. holst-garn-supersoft-100-uld (you'll need 7 different colours)
the next one is another winner designed by ankestrick (aka fallmasche on ravelry)
light weight, colourful, extraordinary - just love it!
had a hard time choosing colors....so many possibilities...
you can wear this one inside out, or the other way round ...it's beautiful in every way ;) i already have a second one on my needles ;)
pattern. holsten by Ankestrick
yarn. holst-garn-supersoft-100-uld (shown in col. iced, clementine, bleached white)
the next one was a very special testknit i did for my dear Jo
she published the pattern for this one on her birthday...as always i completely forgot to send her a gift for this day...and so i did a little embroidery to the back of my worsted boxy (...guess she loved it ;)
i did mine without the double garter part on the shoulders, also picked up my stitches for the sleeves and the neckband from the WS to highlight the "seams"....aaaand i did a 2-color version, just for the fun of combining colors ;)
pattern.worsted-boxy by JOJI
yarn. malabrigo-merino-worsted (shown in col. polar morn and ravelry red)
...need to go back to my knitting needles now (have to keep some tight deadlines for some new designs for fall)
hope you all have great days