Finishing Wall of Fame

Congratulations to all our amazing knitters and crocheters who finished projects in February! We’ll draw the prize winners at Open Knit Night on Tuesday, March 3, 6 – 8 p.m. (You don’t need to be present to win.)

Jan S. completed her first-ever knitted project using Noro Silk Garden and simple scarf pattern from our own Shellye McKinney. Congrats!janschendel_lg Suzanne N. knit the cushy cabled Irish Hiking Scarf with Rowan Felted Tweed Aran–beautiful!irishhikingSN_lg Jane M’s Rhombus Wrap is a wonderfully versatile piece! Knit in Classic Elite Firefly.jane2_lg Grace A’s Island Wools Swirl Hat in Debbie Bliss Cashmerino is sweet as a cupcake!islandswirlsGA_lg
A simple pattern plus stunning yarn = magic! Carol P. combined the Mohair Bias Loop pattern from Be Sweet and Rowan Kidsilk Haze Glamour.mohairbiasCP_lg Grace A. used Malabrigo Acquarella for this toasty Metro North Cowl.metronorthGA_lg Simple and feminine lace looks great in Berroco Modern Cotton, cardigan knit by Soheila J–pattern unknown. whitecardiSJ_lg Bonnie S. made a super-size version of Chris Beck’s ROY G. BIV blanket, knit in Plymouth Jelli Beanz.roygbivBS_lg
Plymouth Jelli Beanz is fun and playful (and easy care) for this adorable dress, knit by Soheila J. pinkdressSJ_lg The perfect twirly skirt in Cascade 220 Superwash, knit by Soheila J.pinkskirtSJ_lg Roslyn F. looks great in this gorgeous plum-colored Imperial Yarn Tracie Too for Cocoknit’s Ardyth cardigan. ardythRF_lg Alison N shows some attitude with her fabulous Oatmeal Pullover knit in Berroco Borealis!oatmealAN_lg
Kira V. chose our favorite colorway of Spincycle Dyed in the Wool for her Se[ven] Circle Scarf, and made the length all her own.7circleKira_lg Absolutely darling Lily cardigan is knit in Rowan Cotton Glace by Amelia M–and I hear the lucky recipient was very happy!lilyAM_lg This Broken Rib Infinity Scarf in Berroco Peruvia Quick looks absolutely smashing on Diana D.–I hope she’s keeping it for herself!brokenribDD_lg The applied birdies make Kay W’s cushy hat that much more sweet! Be Sweet Bambino yarn and basic hat pattern from Be Sweet.bambinohatKW_lg
What a wonderful idea: a sack for your baby! Pushpa P knit this Owl Sack in Classic Elite Minnow Merino.owlsackPP_lg Bonnie S. combined several shawl patterns to create this gorgeous wrap, knit in two colors of Malabrigo Rios.comboshawlBS_lg Alison N’s Brickless scarf looks great in Malabrigo Rios–just enough variegation, not too much to interrupt the stitch pattern. Lovely!bricklessAN_lg A lucky baby will be wearing Hannah M’s Entrechat knit in Malabrigo Rios.entrechatHM_lg
Kira V. knit this beautiful Guinevere scarf with Rowan Kidsilk Haze and an unknown yarn from the yarn swap. A great pairing!guinevereKV_lg Alison N used simple bias knitting to lovely effect with Be Sweet Magic Ball.magicblscarfAN_lg This amazing shawl by Charlotte K is knit in Handwerks Silky Sock and Be Sweet Grace & Style. Love the fringe!multishawlCK_lg Betsy W has been working on this cardigan for five years! It’s her own design, knit in Jamieson Spindrift. Maybe she’ll write the pattern for us?
For his very first sweater, Doug S. decided to go for the gold! This is an adaptation from Ann Budd’s Top-Down Sweaters, knit in Rowan Felted Tweed Aran.dougfairisle_lg I love the haute couture look of Urvashi L’s entrelac clutch purses, knit from Habu N-84 (Silk-wrapped silk), S. Charles Celine and S. Charles Nina. The pattern is from a book… I’ll update when she send me the title!
Jamie W. test-knit this gorgeous and ingeniously designed Flannery by Jennifer Wood with Alice Starmore yarn she bought from Uncommon Threads lo these many years.
I love the pops of color on Melissa B’s Impromptu by Annamaria Otvos, knit in Cascade Heritage Sock.
Laura S. finished her Kaffe Fassett Mystery KAL afghan–breathtaking!
Cherry A did a tremendous job on the cables of this Kimono Vest in Rowan Felted Tweed Aran.
Light by Kim Hargreaves is ethereal in Rowan Kidsilk Haze Eclipse and Anchor Artiste Metallic–flawless execution by Leah B!
Jane M learned to love the “bells” on Nightingale by Isager; knit in Isager Hojland and Alpaca 1.
Amazing stitch definition on Sarah Hatton’s Twisted Cable Sweater, knit in Rowan Pure Wool DK, by yours truly.
Vicki H. finished her first-ever sweater in Sydney’s Project Class! The pattern is Big Cables and Little Ones Too, the yarn is Fibre Company Road to China Light.
Lisa S-P did a beautiful job on her Victorian Tee-Shirt in Bergere de France Caline, color Bugs Bunny.
Jane M’s Shauna from Rowan Studio 29 will keep warm on these chilly March days–knit in Rowan Kid Classic.jane3_lg
Clementine D. loved the choose-your-own-adventure pattern Abalone, knit with only three skeins of Madelinetosh Vintage.