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- Culet, from Amy Christoffers, is a stunning top-down tee with an allover lace stitch in the yoke, which is also repeated at hem.With cozy cabled pockets and an easy-to-wear silhouette, Melipona is ready for your next adventure, either in town or out in the woods. Valentina Consalvi’s classic tunic-length pullover features honeycomb cable accents and a clever saddle-shoulder construction. Knitted in soft and tweedy Wren, Melipona will be your new go-to with leggings and your favorite pair of boots. This seamless, top-down pattern includes options for short sleeve cuffs, as shown, or full-length sleeves for a cozier look.North Fork, from Melissa Schaschwary, is a lightweight, breezy, tee worked up in the most comfortable, chic, linen. This seamless shirt is knit from the top down with short rows incorporated to help achieve comfort as well as to gently shape the split hem. Straightforward and quick; knit it under the umbrella at the beach today and wear it sailing tomorrow.Knitting on my Castaway KAL while waiting for our trail ride in Disney World.Yarn Cruisers! Make sure you stop into KnitWit this month if you want to grab a chance to win a set of Lykke Driftwood interchangeable needles!Casapinka Botanique is designed with 15 sections plus borders on either end to really keep your interest. Each section is inspired by something related to spring, from blooming trees, to spring rain. There are also dot stitches, lace, flowers, butterflies, thistle, lettuce and catnip, and tea. You will have so much fun with this! You can, however, replace some of those sections with garter, stockinette, or the mesh pattern that is used if you wish to make it similar.
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Episode 44 is now available. Maine Yarn Podcast – Shownotes
The December 1 class with Bristol Ivy will be relocated to the Westbrook Public Library (800 Main Street, Westbrook, ME) in order to accommodate the expected group size. Bristol will be teaching us about shawl shapes. As noted before, there … Continue reading
The latest episode of Maine Yarn has now been published. We were recording “on the road”. Show notes can be found on the Maine Yarn page. Remember, friends don’t let friends knit drunk.
If you have been listening to the podcast, you’ve heard Julie subtly convincing me to start sock knitting. Well, this summer I knit my first pair of socks in a while. I used the book by Kate Atherly called Custom … Continue reading
Our latest podcast called Looming Projects is now available. It’s not what you think… Show notes are here.