lilalu's Ingrid - take two
….this one’s for me colours used: cloud, poppy, ecru, storm, crocus (omitted 2 colours of the chart) modifications body: omitted rnd 15 of yoke chart no pattern at the bottom of the body. sleev...
Featuring the Icelandic hammer rose motif, this yoke is named for the dogged protagonist of Halldór Laxness’s dry and incisive Independent People (1954), on whose arrested potential much of the novel turns
lilalu's sea breeze
perfect sweater! love the fit (the ease!) love the shape love the eyelets (they are sooooo cute!) and love the color (I was not brave enough to choose a bright lime-green..) ….will definitely nee...
lilalu's cozy stripes (sample)
a cozy striped jumper to live in ;) the yarn was a pleasure to work with and the special ‘look’ of it gives the textured pattern a fabulous depth worked from the top down with short-rows to shape...
Shift of Focus
There’s something new and something old in this sweater: there’s garter stitch and raglan sleeves, but also lot of short rows to shape the body. It’s happy, light and easy - a lovely layering piece. The sweater is worked from top down in one piece.