June 19, 2014 by knit/lab
2 projects I’m working on at the moment –
intarsia in the round – read about it here – it’s knit back and forth on a circular needle with a wrap & turn at the end of every row. The yarn is mainly colorshift left overs:
a summer lace pattern in Smudge yarn in Cork:
Posted in knit, wip, yarn | 8 Comments
Always something interesting. I need the lace pattern. I do.
both ~ amazing…but I must knit the lace…it’s gorgeous!!!
you make beautiful things, Kieran ~
I thought I knew all the lace patterns….you’ve found (invented?) something new and beautiful.
I really want to knit the lace, even if it’s just a tiny panel.
A Brazilian knitter showed me how to knit Portuguese stye. It’s very easy on the hands, and makes the back-and-forth-in the round easier, too (at least for me).
I totally agree with what is written so far. The intarsia looks very interesting, but the lace is absolutely beautiful – looks o lot like Irish crochet lace 🙂
that lace pattern is amazing; it reminds me of the way the water breaks in this painting! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Wave_off_Kanagawa
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