I’ve had the sewing machine out this evening! This is a sneak peek of our new Sorbus scarf. It can be worn in many different ways. Here it is as a cowl, scarf and shrug. I love it. I hope you do. What do you think?
It’s finished! I’m really pleased with this. So much so that it is going to be my first ever item ‘for sale’.
I used a pattern I came across on pinterest but made it super chunky and used a hand dyed yarn to give a pop of colour and interest. I hope you love it as much as I do!
Maybe I should try this!
This jumper looks lovely! Think I’ll add it to my very long list!
Originally posted on Make My Day Creative:
I used a lovely soft merino wool to add warmth to this lightweight sweater, which will be worn spring-autumn. Yes, unfortunately British summer nights often require sweaters, but I will not be sorry now I have this zigzag striped one to snuggle up in!
I really liked the simple stitch on this chevron stitch cardigan, but I had a lot of trouble with pattern. A quick look at a few people’s pattern notes on Ravelry told me I was not alone!
The issues I had were:
- The neckline was too close fitting and had no give
- The yoke expanded too quickly and came out frilly like a ruff
- The sleeve underarm was not stretchy enough
- No shaping for the waist – I like a close fit
- I actually wanted a sweater, not a cardigan!
So in this sweater pattern I have fixed the problems…
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