so happy to share the newest member of my beach
collection with you ;)
all (hihihi, not all, but most;) my lovely testers are through
and i am ready to publish the pattern for driftwood today
get your copy here
i wanna thank the girls for their help and their outstanding
work with this pattern THANK YOU ALL!!
some testing ladies said that the armhole is quiet long,
so i changed the pattern here and hope that the fit is now
better, though i liked it as it was before...
(but i think that doesn't affect the look that much)
my current work for now is to test this cardi for Judy.
laceweight!!! think i will be occupied with this for a while...
also planning to get the pattern for chalkstone ready to test
in 2 or 3 weeks (the raw version is ready, so i only (haha) have to check the numbers and my stupid english)
...and there is another new sweater blocking right now....
looove how this turned out and i love the colour!!
knitted with fingering weight yarn on 4 mm [US 6] needles
more details to come....
hope you all have good days
These new designs are absolutely lovely !!ReplyDelete
If you're looking for testknitters for Chalkstone I'd love to give it a try.
I'm always amazed at how productive you are... xxx
would looove to have you in, Caroline!Delete
Love all of your patterns -- thanks so much for sharing them!Delete
I have been waiting with such anticipation for Driftwood! I'm super keen to knit it up. I can't seem to use the link you provided nor can I find it on ravelry. Perhaps its just me? Please advise. And what a tease with your last photo. That yellow is divine and the motif is adorable. Can't wait for that one too! xx FiReplyDelete
congrats on publishing your pattern! i know it's going to be popular! you have such great style! let me know if you need any testers for chalkstone! xoxoxoReplyDelete
for sure! will send it once I'm through ;)Delete
i'm trying to find this pattern (drifwood) and can't seem to find it on your site or ravelry... please help!Delete
Me too, I'd like to test knit chalkstone so much :)ReplyDelete
so I only need your email address ;)Delete
just send a PM with it via rav
Thank you very much! I wait for this pattern because I love it! I could test your lovely chalkstone if you want.ReplyDelete
just PM me on rav with your email addressDelete
all your knitting is beautiful, congratulations and thanks for the pattern !!!!!ReplyDelete
Can I test this wonderful chalkstone model too?ReplyDelete
got your PM ;))Delete
LOVE your patterns! So classic and comfy. I would like to testknit this lacey piece for you if you'll have me. Keep up the great job!ReplyDelete
Congrats on one more great pattern, I was so happy to test for you! (and so sad I cannot join fun this time, as I'm leaving for holidays - but maybe next time :)ReplyDelete
you know you're kick-ass, right? :D i can't wait to knit chalkstone. LOVE (1)!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful and beachy. I will definitely make a driftwood for myself!ReplyDelete
i love this so much! i'm almost halfway through the bodice already. thank you for the pattern!ReplyDelete
i love this, it's the perfect cosy sweater, thank you so much for the pattern!ReplyDelete
maybe someone could help me with driftwood? I have gotten to the part about continue working sleeve increases... and and doing the size medium so I am supposed to do the set of two rows a total of 9 times (or at least that is how I am reading the pattern.) At the end of this the pattern says I should have 48 arm stitches? I am increasing by 4 every time I do a knit row. By my count I should 28+ 4(9) = 28+36 = 64. What the heck am I doing wrong?ReplyDelete
wow, I really love the driftwood sweater!ReplyDelete
pls let me know if the pattern is also available in german?!
thanke so much
I'm in love with this Driftwood sweater. I am more in love with the refined Driftwood you show in a different post. Your pieces are beautiful. I just started knitting and am in awe of what you can create!ReplyDelete
I have just discovered your contigious knits and I am very much in love with your designs! I have several in my queue and can't wait to cast on my first...ReplyDelete
I hope it's OK I put a photo of this sweater (linked to this site) on my blog today: http://www.stitches-studio.com/2013/06/09/wave-goodbye/
After the first four rows, it says "work to m..." (And repeat) but I don't know what stitch that's supposed to be. Help!!!ReplyDelete
m is the marker...thought this is in the abbreviationsDelete