Saturday, 24 November 2007

Juliet Finished

I finished my Juliet. I think the bottom came out a bit too big (I'm cinching it in for the pic), but it's still a great pattern. More details on my blog.

Thursday, 25 October 2007

Juliet Progress and SKC

It doesn't seem like there's been a lot of communication on here lately. At any rate - I've started on Juliet with the Sexy Knitters Club KAL. They're doing both Juliet and the Tree Jacket. Progress pics on my blog. Hope to see you on the SKC site.

Friday, 31 August 2007

New Pattern: Juliet

Well it has been a little quiet over here and I am not sure who knows about the new pattern that just came out!


Check it out! :o)

Monday, 16 July 2007

Hi everyone! Just wanted to let you know there is a new pattern posted by the Zephyr Style ladies over at Called the Tree Jacket, it's a colder-weather design featuring a super-simple lace pattern and less-fitted styling than some of the other patterns. I just bought it this morning and am thinking of maybe using this Brooks Farm Riata from my stash:

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What do you think?

Sunday, 8 July 2007

Hi everyone,
My name is Robin and I just joined this KAL. I love the Zephyr Style patterns - they're like candy - quick, easy and mindless!! On top of those characteristics, they also usually have a great fit.

I have made Green Gable, Wicked, and Rusted Root previously and I just finished Tube Top-orini.
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I have the patterns for Glee, Miss Marigold and may make duplicates of the others I've already made. I look forward to seeing what everyone else is working on!


Sunday, 24 June 2007

Ms Marigold

I have started Ms Marigold but put it on hold for while as I wanted to knit Isabella which I more of a summer top. I really like this but fear I may have to frog back some of it as there is a slight flaw in the fabric and it is right in centre of the front. I am using Debbie Bliss Baby Cashermerino in cream for the body and an dusky pink for the ribbing, neck and ruffles.

Monday, 18 June 2007


Thanks for letting me join, I'm Sittenknitten in western Colorado. I have Wicked on the needles in Mission Falls 1824 Cotton. It's knitting up very nicely, and I really like the nubby texture from the yarn. It does, however, make my fingers a little sore after awhile, probably something about the way I hold the yarn and needles. There's another Wicked in my future in Cascade 220 for the cooler months, but for now, the cotton is cool and comfy to wear and I'm ready to coast on through the body and "get 'er done!"

I have the pattern for Green Gables here, still deciding on which yarn to use.
Thanks for the inspiration here, KAL's really help keep me from having too many projects going at once.