After this post, I believe I will have caught up with posting all of Virginia’s scratchcrafty goodness that she’s made over the last couple of months. There are three sweaters, two from patterns, and one of her own design. The following sweater was designed by Kristeen Griffin-Grimes for the French Girl Knits book. Virginia knit this using Rowan Kid Classic.
Next, this original sweater was knit using Rowan Yorkshire Tweed yarn.
And, hot off the needles, this cardigan, called Muse by Martin Storey (from Rowan Classic Reminiscence), was knit using Classic Elite Soft Linen.
I think I’m all caught up, for now. Now that life is beginning to return to normal, the focus of this blog (thank goodness) will return to its original purpose. I hope to post less and less of illness and more and more of all the things we like to make… and, hopefully without cramming so many projects into one post.
5 Replies to “Project Catch-Up (Sweaters)”
I am late to the homecoming (was on vacation – without Internet access, gasp), but I wanted to give you and V a virtual hug and wish you the heartiest congratulations. Your ordeal was awful, but I think we all know it could have been worse, and I am glad to see you both on the other side of this disease. Best wishes to your continued health and strong recovery.
Congratulations, Dan – home at last! Hope to see you and V in person one of these days! And wow, V – you were busy, so many lovely projects finished. Love the cardigan!
How wonderful to see you both have time and strength for some crafting business again. Vs sweaters are truly works of art, I especially enamoure the tweedy green one – it’s such a simple yet unique and beautiful design! Fantastic!
Beautiful sweaters! You continue to amaze me with your beautiful work of art! Lois
Oh GORGEOUS V! They’re all so flattering and in beautiful colors. I’m digging the original design. Love the 3/4 sleeves and the yoke patterning.
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