5.01.2012

Garter stitch yoke cardigan

I enjoy knitting, however creatively I don't stray far from the pattern. Mainly because, well I'm not that good yet. That's why I usually gravitate to the simple patterns.
 The ones I can make my own in the smallest of ways.
Like this Garter stitch Cardi, you can't help but fall in love with the project pages created from this pattern.
I had to get one in the mix...

And she must like it because she wore it for a good 30 mins before taking it off...
Patting myself on the back for that one...









8 comments:

mel @ loved handmade said...

It's beautiful! She's grown so much. I really need to re-teach myself to knit..x

mel @ loved handmade said...

It's beautiful! She's grown so much. I really need to re-teach myself to knit..x

Suzanne Warren said...

You did a really great job with the handspun and I love the colors!

Fleur Cotton said...

That's a great make I love the intense stripes of colour!

Fleur xx

gret said...

Adorable cardi and model! Knitting is something I'd love to get into this year, I really hope I get the chance.Also thought you'd like to know I finished my first crochet beanie using your pattern today! :)

Tania said...

30 minutes must be some kind of record? It is a beauty! I made a jumper for my Small over the Easter weekend and I'm yet to get the thing on her. AND IT'S FREEZING HERE!

Abigail said...

I really must learn to knit soon. Your little girl is beautiful!

Megan.K. said...

I can't get over how quickly these little cherubs grow up!
Such beautiful photos - and I love the knit.
x
Megan