This lovely Forest Grove wrap was knitted by Karen, in our Loop House Yarn – Fingering Weight. What a beautiful wrap! The pattern was designed by Mara Catherine Bryner, and, you can find it on Ravelry here!
Annie’s Barnstable shawl is our finished object this week. The pattern was designed by Lisa Hannes, and yep, it is available on Ravelry. It’s knitted in our gorgeous Geilsk “Boul og Uld” yarn. Beautiful!
Nancy knitted her best friend’s wedding bouquet, how awesome is that?!! She used Cascade 220 and flowers from the Noni Flowers book by Nora Bellows. The photo was taken by Kristina Del Corro.
This is Michelle, sporting her beautiful Harley sweater, designed by Jenny Williams and knitted in Diamond Luxury Pure Wool Superwash. Those amazing details deserve a close up!
Using the Fish Hat designed by Thelma Egberts (Knitty – Winter 2008) and our very own “Southern Alberta Beefy yarn, Annie knitted and felted herself a fine, wearable MagiKarp! If you are interested in a catching a MagiKarp too, Ravelry has quite a few pages of inspiration here! Not sure if it will fit in …
This week’s Friday Finished Object is a double whammy. First we have Monique’s A Joyful Thread shawl, knitted with Manos del Uruguay Lace! If you look closely, Monique is also wearing a particularly gorgeous version of Caitlin Hunter’s Sunset Highway sweater, knitted with Julie Asselin “Fino” yarn. Beautiful job on all your projects, Monique!
Check out Monique’s beautiful Amberle shawl. It’s knitted in “Nutured” by Julie Asselin. Wonderful job, Monique!
These beautiful socks were knitted by our friend, Alana, out of our Loop House Fingering 80-20 yarn, for her very lucky husband!
Our friend, Mary, is making a dropped stitch shawl with our Loop House Fingering in the “Mad Hatter’s Tea Party” colourway. It’s awesome to see our string become ‘stuff!’
Karen made the cat rug hooking kit from Deanne Fitzpatric Rug Hooking Studio, and her eyebrow mods are spectacular!