|Cricket Loom--just going on another path down the rabbit hole.|
|Jim had me wear the baseball shirt Ben and I had made for him in April. The decorations were inside and outside the house.|
|Another hat--two in one!|
The FO (finished object) for the week is L'Enveloppe by Sally Melville. I am teaching a class, which started out as a one to one and grew to include two other instructors and another student. It is a project that is not difficult to knit, quick to knit, and looks wonderful on every body type. Deciphering the pattern can be a challenge. I made some notes on my Ravelry project page and Sally has a thread for L'Enveloppe help on her Ravelry group page. We all agree that there will be more L'Enveloppes in our wardrobe! The weather has turned cool and this will be a good week to wear it.
|Noro Yutzen yarn was the perfect choice.|
|A shape folded in half, one short seam is sewed on the long side to make a sleeve.|
|On the other side of the sleeve, stitches are picked up and then the side is knit with short rows.|
Another fun project is Wavelength, a scarf that reminds me of giant rickrack. I am working this in Anzula Dreamy, 75% Superwash Merino, 15% Cashmere, 10% Silk--a dreamy yarn! The colors are brown (Sexy) and yellow-green (Temperance).
|Start with one chevron and then keep adding one chevron to each end. The contrast|
colors show off the texture nicely.