Arborvitae is my 150th pattern published- to celebrate %15 off all Savory Knitting patterns now through the end of the month (March 31, 201511:59 PM EST). No coupon code required.
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Sized to fit a 30-34 (35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54)” bust.
Actual size: 29 (32 1/4, 35, 39, 41) inches across center back.
900 (1050, 1200, 1400, 1600) yards worsted weight yarn
Shown here: Unwind Yarn Co Wanderlust
100 %wool; 610yards/128m/60g skein color: Evergreen; 2 (2, 2, 3, 3) skeins
US 7/4.5mm: 24-36” circular needles for body, 4 or 5 DPN (double pointed needles) for sleeves.
US 6/4mm: 36” circular needles for edging. 4 or 5 DPN needles for sleeve cuff.
Stitch marker(s), waste yarn for holders, tapestry needle.
17 stitches x 28 rows= 4” in Granite Stitch on larger needle after blocking.
Adjust needle size to obtain gauge.
More info in the Savory Knitting Pattern Shop
All of New England is hunkered down for a classic December Nor’Easter but I’m thinking about spring.
As a completely self-taught knitter finishing was the great challenge in knitting- how do you know how many buttons is the right number of buttons? In this class we will workshop the process of finishing from how to choose the best cast-on to weaving in ends for beautiful professionally finished looking knits. You can read more about the class here… And read more about why I am SO excited to be going to Squam here.
June can’t come soon enough!
33” height at spine
720 yards DK weight yarn
24” US 7/4.5mm circular needle
Adjust needle to obtain gauge
Waste yarn for provisional CO, stitch markers, tapestry needle
20 sts x 28 rows= 4” in Stockinette stitch
18 sts x 24 rows= 4” in pattern stitch, after blocking
See more here
Hiya Knitters! A quick heads up, I will be unable to read or answer email weekdays for about 2 weeks. I’m in the middle of moving house from VT to RI, starting the new job, wrapping up those last finishing details for the book (it goes to the printer this week!!!!) and doing the mom thing… Its a little crazy… I really appreciate your patience and understanding. Once the new house has internet established I’ll be back and in the mean time I will do my best.
New pattern! The Brooke Hat and Cowl, a quick mid-winter pick-me-up.
“I’ve been sick for much of the winter (my immune system has taken a serious beating this season) and the only thing that’s kept me feeling anything other than completely bored is knitting! My boyfriend requested a scarf so I’m making him the Quay cabled scarf by Brooklyn Tweed. It’s an interesting pattern and knitting it pairs nicely with getting cuddled up on the couch with a glass of red wine and an old movie.”
2nd prize, a copy of the pattern PDF for Rachael H for having my favorite solution to winter blahs:
“My trick is to hole up with a honey whiskey and ginger ale, knitting that I really love (working on a sweater for each daughter right now) and nature documentaries about lovely warm places!”
Thanks everyone for commenting!
*Winner chosen by random number generator