I have been pinned in the modern sense. I am the most recent addition to Berroco's Spotted in the Wild Pinterest page. Andra, the New England sales rep who always supports Webs at Stitches West, took my picture on Saturday. She is a serious shopping enabler who always gives me accurate info on the Berroco yarns and patterns. I am wearing Merle, the Norah Gaughan design I knit in November for National Knit a Sweater Month. I decided that since I always buy Berroco yarn at Stitches, it was high time I wore one of my Berroco sweaters to the event. My newest completed Berroco sweaters, King and Acey, were just too warm to wear, but Merle turned out to be perfect. I got more compliments on this sweater than any other I've ever worn to Stitches. Cables are hot!
|Here I am!|
Thus far this year, I have knit 2 sweaters (one with a detached cowl), 2 scarves, a pair of socks, a hat, and one more cowl. Here are the photos:
|King sweater in Boboli|
|Knitting friend's toddler ALMOST modeling baby hat|
|Me enjoying Acey on this rainy February morning|
|Windowpanes scarf in cashmere and Miracle scarf in Handwerks sock|
|Cambio cowl (a Laura Nelkin design)|
PS: In cleaning out my craft room, I came across several sweater kits that I am unlikely to knit, including a Philosopher's Wool kit, a Cotton Concerto Jacket kit from Great Yarns (think glitz), a few kits from Ram Wools, and one from Shelridge Farms. I plan to post photos on Ravelry soon. Let me know if you are interested in any of my excess stash.