I spent a little time last week poking around Ravelry and found some new projects knit in Hazel Knits that I'm dying to share with you.
Like usual, I'm inspired by the patterns, the colour choices and the photography.
Let's have a look, shall we?
Up first today, is Anj's (ravname: knittyanj) Cruiser
mittens by Cailyn Meyer.
Anj chose to knit her fantastic mittens in Cadence in Lichen
. Anj run Meadow Yarns
in the UK, our UK HK stockist. I'm not sure how she was able to narrow down her choice, what with a range of Cadence colours to choose from at her fingertips, but I think Lichen was the perfect choice for these mittens.
Gail (ravname: writergirl3) was the first person to post a completed pair of Triple Threat Socks
as part of our March/April Ravelry knitalong. She chose to knit her stunning pair in last month's featured colour, Icicle
in Piquant Lite. The beads add the perfect icy touch.
Emily (ravname: emarkus) knit a beautiful Washington Park Shawl
by Debbi Stone
in the lovely combination of Lichen
and Plum Glace
in Entice. I'm starting to think Lichen goes with almost every colour. This pattern was one of the Rose City Yarn Crawl'
s 2015 mystery patterns.
Check out Gail's (ravname: islandbirdknits) amazing Princess Fiona
sweater by Amy Miller
. Gail's sweater is in Artisan sock in Jam Session
and it looks like it fits her perfectly. I'm sure it will get a lot of wear.
I'm amazed by the stitch definition on Mallorie's (ravname: VandyGirl) Linesx3
socks by Jeannie Cartmel.
They are knit in Piquant Lite in Hoppy Blonde
and the texture is out of this world!
Sandy(ravname: Sandals) knit this classy Smokeberry
cowl by Wendy Neal
. Knit in Lively DK in Tropical Sunset
it has a delicateness about it that speaks to me. So pretty!
And finally, Hilary (ravname: hthomps) knit this gorgeous pair of Contrapposto
socks by Heidi Nick
and Claire Ellen
in Artisan sock in Citrus Blossom
was our January/February mystery knitalong pattern on Ravelry and these socks are a joyous representation of what that KAL (and all our KALs) was all about (even with its snowy background). If you'd like to see more of the finished mystery KAL socks click here!
Or come and check out our current KAL
and knit along with us.
Thanks to everyone for graciously allowing me to share their projects.
I can't wait to see what pops up next!