Saturday, June 05, 2021

Happy Saturday

Isabell Kraemer has a new pattern called Dingley Dell. You can purchase the pattern on Ravelry.

Photo © Isabell Kraemer
Inspired by cricket sweaters of the 90s, Dingley Dell is worked seamlessly from the top down using the contiguous set-in sleeve method (developed by Susie Myers) to shape the shoulders and sleeve caps. First increases are worked on both RS and WS rows to final shoulder width, then the sleeve caps are worked simultaneously with the V-neck shaping to sleeve separation. The body is then worked top down in rounds to the bottom ribbing. Short sleeves are worked top down in rounds. Neck finishing is worked last.

The sweater is knit in fingering weight yarn. 

New Twill & Print enamel pins are on the way to us - we should see them on Tuesday.

This fun and shiny piece of knitter flair is a great way to glam up your jacket, backpack or project bag! Hard enamel is smooth and durable, the finish is super high quality, and the plating really shines.

There are new Progress Keepers as well.

These little star shaped helpers will guide you through even the toughest pattern, or help you stay up extra late knitting on autopilot :)

There hasn’t been much knitting lately - maybe tonight. 

I think it’s time to invest in a longer circular needle.

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