Monday, July 07, 2014
Mais um knit-along mistério, que parece ser a melhor forma de eu conseguir acabar um xaile em pouco tempo ... Não estava muito convencida de que iria gostar do resultado final até o ter bloqueado, mas ficou leve e perfeito para usar nos dias mais frescos deste verão.
Another mystery knit-along, which seems to be the best way for me to finish a shawl in a relatively short time ... I wasn't convinced I would like the final result until I blocked it, but it ended up airy and perfect for using on those chilliest summer days.
Pattern / Padrão: TTL Mystery Shawl 2014, by Kirsten Kapur
Yarn / Fio: Holst Garn Noble (color Whisper), 1.3 skeins
Needles / Agulhas: 3 mm
Ravelry project page
Friday, June 27, 2014
I only had one yard of this gorgeous fabric (Aviary 2 in Vintage Yellow, by Joel Dewberry), so had to choose very carefully what top to make. I finally decided to try Made by Rae's Bianca, a very simple but flattering pattern. I've been wearing it quite often lately, so much that I'm planning to make a few more ...
And a photo of me wearing it in beautiful Budapest a couple of weeks ago (photos and trip report to come soon)
Saturday, June 14, 2014
Pattern: Stevenson sweater, by Kate Davies
Yarn: Jamieson & Smith 2-ply Jumper Weight
Needles: 2.75 mm
Ravelry project page
- Twisted rib instead of normal one
- Fewer bust increases
- No back neckline short rows
- Only 8 rows of neck ribbing
Friday, June 13, 2014
Thursday, June 12, 2014
When I saw this fabric (Winter's Lane Mistletoe by Kate & Birdie Paper Co.) I thought it would be perfect for another Tova shirt (#6). And I don't think this will be my last one ...
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
E porque ela também estava a precisar de um casaco novo de primavera, decidi fazer uma nova versão deste modelo que fiz (e adoro) do livro Handmade Beginnings da Anna Maria Horner. O tamanho maior do livro já era demasiado pequeno, mas aumentei-o ligeiramente e ficou perfeito. É reversível, mas parece-me que a S. vai querer usar as galinhas do lado de fora quase sempre ...
And because she needed a new spring jacket too, I decided to make a new version of this pattern from Anna Maria Horner's book Handmade Beginnings. The largest size was already too small for her, but I enlarged it a bit and it turned out perfect. It's reversible, but I have a feeling she will want to use the chicken fabric on the outside all the time ...