Monday, 18 January 2010

A little bit of knit and crochet

Yuck! Had a killer migraine for the latter half of last week. Therefore not much in the way of anything to report. The pain finally went over the weekend. Annoying though. I was planning on going over to Havant for an open day at Carl Martin's workshop. Never mind. Some other time.

Over the weekend I did have a little play with my new Knitpro interchangable circular needles.  Liked what I produced and thought it would look good as a jumper but even I'm not skinny enough to get into it! Took a piccy to remind me but have undone it to start again at a later date. Maybe 10 cabled plaits instead of 6!



Yesterday eve I remembered a crochet pattern I'd seen ages ago for a poncho. Decided I'd put my newfound crochet skills to good use and have a go. Some hunting later I found the pattern in the March 06 issue of Crafts Beautiful and completed a whole motif! Yet another WIP to be added to the list.


8 comments:

Craft Matters said...

Lovely! I especially like that knitting, and love the yarn. What is it?

Izabela said...

i love both yarns, what is it?

Crystal Velvet Weddings said...

love the tuquoise and browns together!

Gemma said...

The turquoise is James C. Brett Marble chunky col MC6 and the reddy (it didn't photo well) is the same but dk instead and shade 9.

gtlady said...

Both fab, I love that knitting and that colour!! I have that pattern and love that shawl too- can't wait to see how yours turns out!

x vInTaGe VioLeT x said...

ooh love the cable and yarn really pretty :0)

Gemma said...

The cable is super easy.
Worked in multiples of 9 stitches.
{sl 3 onto cn forward, k3, k3 from cable, k3}= 9sts
K next 3 rows (or p,k,p if working flat)
{k3, sl 3 onto cn back, k3, k3 from cable}= 9sts
K next 3 rows (or p,k,p if working flat)
Repeat as required!!

Does that make sense to anyone who's interested?

Suzanne Vaughan said...

Turquoise and brown together is my favourite combination!

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