Marjorie recently took Kate Bostwick’s Kicking Horse Mittens class. She was kind enough to let us post her finished product so you can all see it. Didn’t she do a great job?
We’d like you to meet Correna’s mitten baby! It’s called “Labakinnas,” it was inspired by a vintage chart she found, and then created her mitten pattern from. We think it’s really pretty, and thought you might like to give it a try too. You can download it free from our website here. We hope you …
A nice action shot of Annie’s Ashord Katie loom, and some sock yarn.
So it’s time for our Friday finished object. Today it’s Correna’s Houndstooth scarf. This is one of the projects that is included (with yarn!) in the Ashford Complete Weaving kit. Beautiful weaving, Correna!
This is Lopi No. 17. Knit by Jyll in Cascade 220. Gorgeous!
It’s Lori’s beautiful Maize mittens, knitted lovingly out of Noro Silk Garden for her daughter, Tegan!
Our friend Monique is quite probably, Julie Asselin’s biggest fan. She’s waiting for a special order of “Nurtured” to finish her Bookworm cardigan, by Heidi Kirrmaier. Marilynn just finished her “Bookworm”, she knitted it with Julie Asselin’s “Nurtured,” and asked Monique to model it. I think “overcome” is the word we’re looking for. (If you’re …
Hunter continues to amaze us with his fibre work! This time, he’s knitting a sweater using Jamieson + Smith 2 ply Jumper Weight, his imagination, and a tiger chart he liked. We can’t wait to see it when it’s finished, Hunter!
Justine knitted this beautiful Hansel shawl, designed by Gudrun Johnston, in Jamieson & Smith 2 ply Jumperweight. It looks amazing, Justine!
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!