I guess it was too much to hope that I'd complete this project last year, but it's finally ready. Well, almost ready, since I feel the sweater could do with more buttons but we've not ordered any. However, it's wearable now, so can I consider it done already? 🙂 The cardigan used up almost 1400 … Continue reading A Texturilicious Cardigan
I've reached the armholes of the textured cardigan, and wow, was this an engaging knit or what! The continuous change in textures between the body and the cables and the sleeves made sure there was never a dull moment so far. Engaging or not, mistakes happen, and I had to rectify them. Usually, every few … Continue reading Textures and Mistakes
After a successful stripey top, it's time for a new project! The project on my needles right now is a cardigan for my sis that I started this week. Earlier, I mentioned a delicious orange yarn that we thought of working with, but I couldn't really come up with something that would do justice to … Continue reading A Texturilicious Start!
Can you believe it, my mom's blouse is ready! I think this is the quickest I've ever produced a garment. 🙂 While the knit itself was pretty boring because (a) simple pattern and (b) this project occupied every free moment I had, I'm satisfied with how it turned out. The texture is just awesome! I … Continue reading Textured Blouse
The do-over of the old frogged sweater that I'd talked about earlier is coming along nicely. Like I wanted to, I changed the cable pattern for the new version. I'd used a uniformly twisting basic cable earlier -- knit a few rows and then make a 3x3 twist on an RS row. This time I'm … Continue reading Do-over pullover progress
I knit this shawl inspired by the notes jotted down in the Textured Shawl pattern by Orlane Designs. I think this was the first shawl that I ever knit (but it remained on the needles for a long while.) The notes vary the number of pattern rows, whereas I kept it constant, and I introduced … Continue reading Textured shawl inspiration
Yet another post that is delayed due to various reasons, the main one being my laziness. After a bout of creative experimentation for new knitting-related stuff, I've just been too bored to follow through on the results. This asymmetric shawl is one of those experiments that was pretty successful as I see it. 🙂 … Continue reading Scalene shawl
So I had some free time over the end-of-year holidays, and I managed to complete the reversible ribbed hat, or 'Ribersible' hat, that I'd started making for my sister. She seems to be satisfied with it. (Phew! It's always "(s)he likes it... (s)he likes it not..." when you make something that's not for yourself...) When … Continue reading ‘Ribersible’ hat — completed