Archive for April 12th, 2015

Here are some of the pictures I found interesting as I sailed around the Web this week.

Wollow Scarf by Nancy Marchant in one of many brioche stitches.

Willow Scarf by Nancy Marchant in Rowan’s Kid Silk Haze. From her book Knitting Fresh Brioche–Creating Two Color Twists and Turns.

Lace socks found on Knitty

Lace socks found on Knitty


Source: Chloe. Colorful left over yarn can add a pop to a sweater knit in neutral colors.

Twisted Yarn's Cottage Bag worked in Crochet. Love it!

Twisted Yarn’s Cottage Bag worked in Crochet. Love it!

source bontheuishouden

source bontheuishouden

I don't know. I thought I had the gauge right.

I don’t know what happened. I thought I had gauge. Only kidding! Trending this year on the runways are structural knits and clothing.

Okay, it's embroidery not knitting. But I love the 3-D artistry.

Okay, it’s embroidery not knitting. But I love the 3-D artistry. And no weaving in of the ends!

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