Tuesday, October 30, 2007


And these are the reason I've been quiet for a while.

All designed by Pat & Steve from Woollythoughts. If you want to see them for yourselves (and Pat & Steve) come and say hello at the Knitting and Crochet Guild stand at the Knitting and Stitching Show at Harrogate.

All are made with James Brett Marble from RKM, pure acrylic, but nice to knit with (if that isn't a contradiction in terms)

Best of Both Whirls


Curve of Pursuit


Tilting at Windmills sewn up differently (maybe)

Square to Eternity

Square is it ?

How many squares can you see ?


If you want to see the other patterns have a look here.
Patterns are well written and enjoyable to make and I even enjoyed sewing them up even though it took me ages to get round to it !!

And when I have the time I do plan to make some of the others....



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love it! Always have love the maths of knitting - tension etc....., but the geometry is v exciting!

6:02 pm  
Blogger maylin said...

Just love these geometric designs. cant wait to see what you have been up to. How is mermaid coming on?

9:55 pm  
Blogger TutleyMutley said...

Having seen them in parts, I could never have imagined how good the Whole(s) would be! Excellent work there Sue!
Now, where's a pic of my absolutely favourite seven veils gal?

1:35 am  
Blogger Probably Jane said...

Gosh - they're all really effective - you have been busy!

12:14 pm  
Blogger Karen said...

i am a big fan of James Brett Marble. Somehow it manages to show up in the yarn department of the local big-box craft store. For a synthetic it has a great feel and has interesting colorways with fairly long repeats. I can see from your work that you have access to more colorways than I do. Now I am inspired to go make a curve of pursuit or something...

4:21 pm  

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