Thursday, February 09, 2012

Another Cover

The March issue of Let's Knit magazine came today and I was very excited to see my design on the cover. Kaja is knitted in The Little Knitting Company Papiro which is a fabulous cotton yarn. 
This delicate top has a pretty lace detail on the back.
There are also lace details around the front neckline and hems. This pretty top also has waistshaping and 3/4 length sleeves.
 Make this top now and you'll have a pretty, feminine top to wear through spring and summer.
 But that's not my only design in Let's Knit this month. Nicola is knitted sideways in stripes which is very flattering. The elbow length sleeves have chevron lace pattern and the edges are finished off with garter stitch.
 This cardigan is perfect as a layering garment through several seasons.
 And the King Cole Merino Blend dk is an affordable yarn which is lovely to knit with.
 Both Kaja & Nicola were knitted by The CraftiePixie, who did a great job as always.

And my third design for Let's Knit this month is Tanya, a cute crochet cardigan. The cardigan has a cropped shape with elbow length sleeves. Tanya is crocheted in Manos del Uruguay Silk Blend in an interesting extended double crochet (UK terms) stitch pattern.
 The cardigan is worked in 3 pieces and the only seams are the top of the sleeves/shoulder seams and side seams.
Three reasons to get Let's Knit this month.

Want a peek at a design coming soon? During the Christmas week I designed & knitted a reversible cable infinity scarf for Quince & Co. See it here. Pattern coming soon.

5 comments:

Sea said...

Lovely designs. I was a day early in looking for it at the supermarket then.

YarnAddictAnni said...

This issue is in the shops today.

Craftsteader said...

You have lovely designs! Congratulations on making the cover. I especially like that sweater.

Craftsteader said...

Congratulations on having your design on the cover. I LOVE that sweater! Lovely work.

Craftsteader said...

Congratulations on your design making the magazine cover! It is lovely and I want to knit one!