Ten on Tuesday: Sweaters
Ten on Tuesday: 10 Favorite Sweater Patterns
I have more than a few sweaters knit up and presently awaiting finishing. I love to knit sweaters, and I even love to wear them, but finishing is something else.
I could be the poster girl for The World-Wide Association of Process Knitters!
Eventually, I'll find a groove or get a bug and then it's full-steam ahead to the end. You just never know when...
Possibly because I am a process knitter, my mental queue is always growing. Interesting (not necessarily complicated) shapes and techniques always draw me in. These 10 are among the most recent sweater (or vest) patterns I've added to my Ravelry Favorites list... a list that is always changing!
1. Sara - by Marita Rolin, amirisu - Spring 2013. Cap sleeves, pockets... in contrasting color. Summer uniform?
2. Abalone - by Beata Jezek, Hedgehog Fibers. Simple & seamless. I like that.
3. Miss Jane - by Georgie Hallam. Three-quarter length sleeves and simple, simple, simple!
4. Double-Take Tee - by Espace Tricot. I'm pretty sure I could wear this out in a summer - perfect for throwing over... just about anything!
7. Oconee - by Jamie Thomas. Interesting construction with very little "finishing" required, and it looks like it would knit up super fast.
8. Rhadamanthys - by Jennifer Dassau. Perfect for a process knitter, this is knit in one piece with no seaming or finishing required. It's knit entirely in garter stitch, which I also love. Why am I not knitting this right now?
9. Circlet Cardigan - by Kerin Dimeler-Laurence, Knitpicks. Texture!
10. Wayside Lace Cardigan - by Schoppel-Wolle Design Team, Skacel Fiber Studio. This just looks like a big comfy hug!
What about you?