this cute and classic cardigan is so versatile.....
you can do it with stripes
with some intarsia
or even fair isle pattern
with short sleeves
or 3/4 sleeves
or, for sure, with long sleeves
there are sooooo many possibilities in this pattern...
get the pattern here (ravelry)
i am so grateful for my incredible testknitting ladies
without their help i would have been lost, that's for sure!
please take a look at those wonderful cardigans they made during
this time with random stripes (i am using 6 colors!!!)
a v-neck and long sleeves
it will take me another week or two to finish
but i'm sure you will love it ;)
...aaaand another beauty went off my needles the last month:
let's talk about some daisies....
i really enjoyed knitting the daisy stitch pattern
and loooove how this turned out
i dyed the yarn especially for this project when hanna
asked me to test this cute little cardi
as the yarn i dyed was a little thinner than the recommended
my gauge was off - i did size 34 instead of 32 as usual
and this worked absolutely fine
the length i did is inbetween the cropped and long version
given in the pattern, also i failed with the pattern on the
sleeves.....i interchanged the instructions for left and right
so my pattern goes the other way round, but i don't mind that,
i think it looks lovely as it is!
pattern. spring is pink
yarn. merino 150 by LANG YARNS
....and now to the promised sneak peek
ha!...i made a new sweater!!!
nothing fancy - simple lines, a little bit oversized
aaaand with stripes (the love affair continues....)
pure stockinette stitch pleasure!!
easy raglan contruction with a flattering boat neck
and some really cute red stripes
i used some Holst supersoft 100% uld for this
and the result is sooo light and incredibly soft after washing
-i will definitely use this again
hope you all have good days