We have Marilynn’s mittens no. 18 and 19 for you this week! Hard to believe that our 2019 Knit-A-Long is in the home stretch. We’ve loved seeing everyone’s mittens!
Happy Friday! Here is Paulette in her Christmas Tree Sweater by Kaitlin Blasing (available on Ravelry!) Paulette knitted her sweater out of HiKoo Kenzie. Isn’t it great? Check out those trees!
Rhonda’s beautiful trio of Alaska hats. She used Jamieson & Smith 2 ply jumper weight and a variegated yarn to create the stunning sunsets. Pattern is by Camille Descoteaux and you can find it on Ravelry here!
Our finished object this Friday is Karen’s Nightshift shawl. The pattern is by Andrea Mowry, and Karen knitted it with her own handspun yarn.
This beautiful sweater was knitted by Maria, using HiKoo Concentric Cotton. Maria didn’t use a pattern either. Expert level achieved!
Our finished object this week is a beautiful Reyna wrap, designed by Noora Backlund. This wrap is perfect for the one beautiful skein of fingering weight yarn. Janet had a skein of our Loop House Fingering weight and did just that. Fabulous!
Monique and Marilynn are both sporting their beautiful Poet sweaters by Sari Nordlund. (Pattern is available on Ravelry.) Marilynn’s is made with Northbound Knitting Merino/Silk fingering, and Monique’s in… surprise!! Her beloved Julie Asselin Leizu!
Our Friday Finished object for this week is Michelle’s Crochet Your Fade by Julme Conradie. Michelle’s is crocheted with Loop House Yarn. Looks amazing, Michelle! 😃
This is Mary-Lou, with her beautiful cable knit afghan, made with HiKoo Simplinatural yarn!
Have you ever knitted a project and realised that it’s meant for someone else? This happened to Annie recently. She knitted this hat with Jamieson & Smith 2 Ply Jumper weight, and it turned out she’d knitted a hat for Monique. Doesn’t it look great on her? This lovely pattern is called Harriet’s Hat, and …