Knitting, Crafts, Food

HAPPY LIST

9beee37492622f8a2e7db25c7b40bccbThe gradient color change on this sweater dress is genius! I love this and it looks comfortable to boot. Check it out at Swetry Doroty, she does some great work.

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8469918095_fc207711ab_nHow about this “Missoni” style scarf made by JadziaDax (Ravelry name) from Stuttgart, Germany. Fashioned from Lang Yarn Mille Colori Baby yarn, a fingering 4-ply 100% merino wool that is machine washable. She even left directions to knit this here.

78c148135ff549e8766502c79f08b9c3I know this All American Pie with Lemon Butter Crust by Casey Leigh is a little late for the 4th, but how American is this? Yum! I want to bury my face into it. You have to visit her site for some great photos.

rsz_dsc_0163_zps68d04598Is this dress gorgeous or what? Original source: My Silk Fairytale.

4b227e0f392087fd2afef2de40a3e057I want to go here. This via Kathleen Light in Cahersiveen with the Skelligs in the distance in County Kerry, Ireland.

a5adc735fe571b3c7c9e0f5c573c3072I leave you today with “Brecon” by Martin Storey, his latest pattern published in “Brushed Fleece”, a Rowan phamplet to be found here. This cardigan/sweater was knit out of Rowan Brushed Fleece bulky, a 12-ply yarn, Rowan Brushed Fleece.

Enjoy!

xoxo, Shannon

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