Recent Knitting Finishes

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Schwimmen Hat
Happy Thursday! I recently finished my first knit of 2015! I did a decent amount of knitting this winter, but it's been hard to get any photographs with the weather. When we finally got a nice warm day this past month I took the opportunity to take some photos of a few recent finishes!

Schwimmen Hat Schwimmen Hat
First up, is my most recent finish, a Schwimmen hat. The pattern is from Shannon Cook and Jane Richmond's new mini collection, Seasonless Volume 1. I loved Shannon's Swift pattern, so I was excited to try out her hat pattern in this collection. I used Madelinetosh DK in Moonstone for this hat. I love the color and own it in a few (read: many) bases. It's the same color I used in my Daybreak. The lacework on this hat is really striking, but it did turn out a little big for me. I think next time I'd go down a needle size!

This project is for the Headgear knit-a-long for the Eat Sleep Knit Yarnathon! I'm participating again this year, and it's been lots of fun so far! I am on the Fleecy Foxes team! 

Beatrice Scarf Beatrice Scarf
Next, I finally finished up my Beatrice scarf. This pattern is by Jane Richmond, and I started it in November 2013, yikes! I used some Malabrigo Rasta in Azul Profundo from some frogged projects. It knits up super quick, but I put it down for a long time. It's super long, big, and cozy!

Autumn Hat Autumn Hat
Finally, I knit an Autumn hat. Another Jane Richmond pattern! I wanted to make a hat to match the giant squishy cowl that I knit last winter. It was so cold last year, but I didn't end up needing this hat much this winter. I'm sure I'll need it at some point! I used Madelinetosh ASAP in Tern for this hat. It's super warm!

Happy Knitting!

3 comments :

  1. Great hat, think I need to make one for this winter!

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  2. Love that seasonless collection- thanks for the link!

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  3. I love all of these! I have attempted learning to knit many times...strangely, my needles always seem to end up on the other side of the room, usually after hitting a wall LOL. One day maybe I'll learn patience, because these are beautiful and I'd love to make something like this!

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