Wednesday, June 24, 2020

I couldn’t help it.

Jenn Steingass has a new pattern out. Meet Celosisa (pattern purchased on Ravelry)
The Celosias sweater is a quick and easy top down and seamless project featuring a stranded yoke, split hi-lo hem and options for short or long sleeves. With a simple yoke design and quick DK or worsted weight yarn, this is a very approachable stranded yoke sweater pattern for beginners. Use any type of wool or wool blend DK yarn. Calling for just 2 colors, you might already have just the yarn for this project in your stash!
There are so many options for double knitting weight yarn.

A few test knitters used Tosh DK. We have a few more colours coming in our next order.
Elizabeth Taylor
Joshua Tree
Star Scatter/Solid

I was looking on Instagram and Atenti bags showed this picture.
I love their Backsac. I don’t have one in my collection and it might be time to rectify that problem.
The Atenti backpack is a knitter’s delight: a combination of the Hope basket and a Tall caddy set into an incredible functional backpack. Double adjustable ultra-suede straps allow the backpack to be worn as a backpack, a shoulder bag or on the wrist while knitting on the go. A combination of a loop and an internal magnetic, allows the correct amount of closure. Roomy with an oval base 11” x 5.5” and a height of 13” and fully lined in water resistant taffeta. Inside are a zippered pocket and a divided pocket with a cell phone slot.

Mr. Canada Post picked up Wannietta’s box. It should arrive over the weekend and she can get knitting.

I couldn’t help it.
I had to start another square for my Log Cabin Afghan. This is 448 - a brand new colour.
Our fence looks great. I can’t show the rest of the garden because Boscoe likes to run through it and has hurt one or two or a few more plants. One day he might understand that he isn’t supposed to be in there.

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