I wanted to use my squooshy soft merino that I spun with cotton thread, so I'm making this shawl:
I still haven't found the pattern for this. It was on Ravelry, it was free, and it's very simple --- You double the knit rows from 8 to 16 to 32, etc, then K2 (yo k1) to end, then K2, for the increase rows.
I also really have a crush on this Sasha skirt.
Picture by inatwist from Ravelry
I am going to try to make this, using KnitPicks yarn from a sample pack I bought a few years ago.
The sample pack is a variety of colors, so there will be a variety of colors in the skirt. I hope it doesn't look too clownish ...
I've done the doubled-over waistband with a hole to thread the elastic through, and then about an inch more from that.
If this comes out right, I can wear it in the winter over tights, and be super snuggly warm. I suspect I'll have to invest in that anti-static-cling spray, too.
That's it for me. What's everyone else up to?
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