We’ve seen some beautiful creations lately. Sadly,
we’re I’m a tad delinquent with the whole process of shooting and loading photos, keeping track of names and writing down yarn and pattern descriptions. We’ll I’ll misplace the camera or lose the scrap of paper with the details written on it. Like today, I know I have some beautiful photos on my camera but the camera’s not where it should be. Despite these issues, we’ve managed to assemble a few photos and details to show you…
Linda recently finished this gorgeous cardigan:
It’s Eunny Jang’s Tangled Yoke Cardigan from Interweave Knits Fall 2007 issue. Love the horizontal cable set into the yoke. And the colour is fantastic. The pattern calls for Rowan Felted Tweed but Linda used Elspeth Lavold’s Silky Wool for a softer finish. Please keep bringing us your completed projects Linda, they’re very inspiring.
Donna knit this fabulous tank top that’s currently on display in the Edgemont store window:
Beautiful design, shaping and colour. It’s made with SWTC Amaizing, 100% corn fiber. Amaizing is currently on our specials list at 40% off. Lost the scrap of paper with the pattern details but I’m sure someone has that information if you’re interested…
This is Sarah’s first sock:
Way to go Sarah! Unfortunately the pattern details are lost in the photo but trust me, this is a gorgeous sock. It’s Knitty’s Ripple pattern, knit with Koigu PPMerino.
And this is Terry’s afghan:
Terry started Sandra Dunkin’s afghan class in the Fall and learned to knit a new square each month. What a fantastic result! If you’re inspired to become an afghan knitter, watch for our Fall class schedule. A new session of the afghan class will start in September…