used the rest of my sock yarn to make a wrap bracket. mostly 5-stitch I-cord with a cool crochet chain (thicker by sc in each previous stitch) at the end and a loop for easier wearing. couldn’t let my fav colorway go to waste even though the socks were done!
Inspired by javajennie. Cast on provisionally from the row before the armholes. Used JMCO and a second needle which I kept in the work while I knit upwards. Did the armhole bind off, knit the back, front, and both straps. Then returned to the stitches on the holder needles, and on the front of the…
not completely sure of the stats of the skeins. one was a prize, another was an early OFFF purchase that was never added to rav. tan yarn was 130g to begin with, and used all. blue yarn was 144g to begin with, and used 20g
for mom. with beads like mine. muted burgundy-black colors. maybe bumblebirch?
began on the train to ZK. picked back up for the flight home. made it over half way on edging at the fort on the fourth. edging used backwards knitting technique.
short sleeve, cuffs and button band using the dyed yarn. rest will be handspun, alternating skeins.
with charcoal dandelion ran out of yarn during last increase section, so did a few garter rows and bound off.
fingering held double. cast on teen size to get roughly child size from gauge difference. blackberry: under 2 skeins whisker: 1 skein honeydew: almost a skein celestial: almost a skein
used this pattern (Virgil version) as a canvas for my own striping pattern, which doesn’t go all the way down the sweater to use more of the planetarium colorway. Also made long sleeves instead of the shorter ones. my gauge was a little small, so I made the 12-18 size and think it will fit…