I’m just sitting here on a Sunday afternoon watching football, knitting, and surfing the net (yes, all at once) and checking out what’s on Knitty Deep Fall 2010. I really want to start another project so I thought I’d make a connection to the Knitty projects and the Knitting Today. Here’s what I came up with:
Cadence Pullover : How great would this pullover look with the deep, saturated colors of Rio by Tahki Stacy Charles? This one may be tops on my list.
Vines Cardigan: Imagine the drape of Zealana Rimu Fingering yarn in this cardigan!
Carnaby Skirt: Just a simple skirt pattern in Dream in Color Classy would look so, um, classy!
Eleanor: I’m thinking about a comfortable cowl knitted in Debby Bliss Cashmerino Baby. Only two skeins and you’ve got a great Christmas present!
Rodekool: Now you know some Dutch, it means, “red cabbage!” With Jojoland Melody you can get the subtle color shifts reflected in this brioche project.
Brambles: Need a fast Christmas present? Try knitting this super stylish hat in Stonehedge Fiber Mill’s Shepherds Worsted!
Motley: Try knitting Motley for a boho-inspired shawl. The smaller shawl uses 3 skeins of Noro Silk Garden Sock or Noro Kureyon Sock. For the larger shawl use 3 skeins of Noro Kureyon or the more cost-effective Plymouth Boku yarn.
SOCKS! Try some of the sock patterns, Riff (similar to a toe-up Cat Bordhi sock), or the top-down Nemesis sock. You can use any number of our sock yarns like Regia Silk, Zino for subtle color change, or the ever-reliable Tofutsies.
Happy Knitting! Nancy