Friday Finds

Three day weekend, ahoy! Much knitting to be done, on the Larch and Delancey fronts. I’m loving the hell out of knitting both of these cardigans, and absolutely cannot wait to wear them. More on those in tomorrow’s Sweaterday post. First, it’s Friday.

  • Stitched Together Designs recently published Lily’s Slice of Pi Shawl (£3.75), a semi-circular shawl in a gorgeously ornate stitch pattern.

  • Iolanthe ($6.50) by Mary Annarella is a super cute cardigan. Pictured is my favorite of the button options, but on the Ravelry pattern page, you can see two other options. My favorite detail is the asymmetric lace collar—so clever!

  • Homa ($6) by Kristen TenDyke features side to side construction for the yoke, and an easy lace pattern for the body. This would be a great layering piece for that winter-spring-summer transition.

  • Christine Grant’s Zig Zag Slouch Hat ($3.95) is a comfy, slouchy hat with a textural zig zag pattern, a perfect accessory with a little zing.

  • You all know how much I love Amy Christoffers’ designs and her newest cardigan, Pomme de Pin ($7) is absolutely no exception. Her classic slouchy yet detailed aesthetic shows up in the gentle shawl collar paired with a pinstripe-esque lace repeat.

  • Campbell & 2nd ($7) by Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark is a sweet little raglan tee with selective lace inserts along the sleeve cap and lower body.

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      • AND it would be a super cute sweater for southern climates. Just saying! πŸ˜‰ (That color would be fantastic on you, ps.)

    1. Yay I am excited for sweater day! Can’t wait to see your progress, you are much faster than I so I am living vicariously through you! I am also working all 3 days of the long weekend so likely there will be less knitting in my immediate future. I saw homa when it was released and love it! So cute. And of course the other amy sweater…will my amy christoffers knitting needs ever end!?

      • I have to say, trying to knit as fast as I have been is probably not a good plan, as I’m undoubtedly going to end up with arthritis, or worse, in my wrist by the time I’m 40. πŸ˜‰ God I hope my Amy Christoffers knitting needs never end. I love everything she does!

        • Yeaaah sometimes my hands hate me just a little. I can only imagine yours πŸ˜‰ and I agree, but I worry I will never be able knit them all before…well..ever!! D: It’s an alright problem to have.

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