February 2019 Whatcha' Knitting?


#1

Moving on to the second month of 2019 already! What’s on the needles and what projects have you completed? We love to see them, knitting and crochet too.
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#2

Working on my first sweater!
Flora Cardigan by Willow and Lark


#3

I guess I’m a designer? I rarely do patterns. This is made up as I go. Haven’t done color work for years. The decreases are the worst part.


#4

Vanessa, and miss lady( I can’t call you fat old lady, sorry) you are amazing! Beautiful knitting!


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#6

Cables on the Catwalk from Annie’s


#7

Wow, gorgeous projects to get February off to an exciting start. They are inspirations for stranded knitting and designer cables.


#8

I finished a tribute shawl for Mmario/ Leo Pola a very talented and prolific ravelry designer who passed away suddenly after Xmas. He made lace knitting fun and he will be greatly missed. This is his Yleonore Sampler shawl :angel:t2:
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#9

An exquisite tribute, too. You have made so many lovely examples of lace knitting and we enjoy seeing each new one. Lovely!


#10

That is fantastic to see. Thanks for sharing. Beautiful colors and patterns.


#11

That is beautiful! I love the fair isle and the pastel colors!


#12

I just finished this ten stitch zig zag blanket and want to add an icord border. I’m having issues with show through under the stitches when I’m attaching the I cord to the blanket. If anyone has a magic trick or link to a good tip I would be ever so grateful!


#13

That’s a gorgeous 10-stitch, GG! I wonder if you made a simple chain stitch border in the I-cord color would that solve the problem of show through?


#14

Thank you Salmonmac, I thought about that too then I found a video that showed a different twist than the ones I viewed on you tube and it seems to work. It’s taking time to finish but Ithink it will be worth it in the long run.


#15

Looking forward to seeing the finished blanket and the edging you’ve worked out.


#16

These mittens are called Jorid’s Christmas Heart and were knit with Dale Garn Baby Ull. Didn’t quite make it for Christmas but they’ll be warm and toasty for Valentine’s Day.
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#17

Finished with the icord border on my ten stitch blanket, wow that was a lot of work! The blanket was made with Bernat blanket yarn which is super chunky and I used about 6 large balls. The size turned out to be 53"x73" using US 15 needles. Over all I’m happy with it and I learned a thing or two about applied icord. now on to the next project :hugs:


#18


Just finished a little pinafore dress for g’daughter in Crofter DK baby fairisle yarn.


#19

Oh my, what an adorable dress! This is what the well-dressed little girl is going to be wearing. She will look even sweeter in it, I’m sure. Lovely.


#20


Thought I’d add a little jacket to go with the pinafore dress. Its a free Rowan pattern called Elly by Martin Storey. Its meant to be 12 month size but looks as though it will fit a 2 yr old!! It will fit her eventually :smile: