Thursday, July 20, 2017

Amerie

Amerie
July 2017
I'm slowly picking up the project kits that I prepared earlier. Once I memorized the two-row pattern, I began to make more progress.  (The white yarn is the provisional cast-on edge. )

Pattern: Amerie by Lucy Hague (Ravelry link - free pattern)

Needles: US size 9
               (I started with one circular but soon transferred the project
                 to two straights for easier handling)

Yarn: YAK (Lang Yarns) 50% yak and 50% virgin wool
          50 grams (color #772.0074)

9 comments:

  1. Pretty yarn and pretty pattern - glad you are getting back into it.

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  2. Oooooooooooo...I'll bet that yarn is soft as a cloud.

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  4. That is so pretty. oops! The pattern has now landed in my Ravelry library. Just one more thing I hope to make.
    Blessings, Betsy

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  5. Isn't that Yak yarn awesome? Your project is beautiful.

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  6. OMG Yak yarn?? We saw some up in Alaska but, boy howdy, that stuff was expensive. And it was so soft.... I think I would need a lot more winter before I committed to using Yak yarn. Your beginning looks great.

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  7. Sometimes straights are the perfect needle.
    Lovely lovely yarn.

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  8. Such a pretty texture pattern! I would knit that on straights, too, even though I prefer circulars for most of my knitting!

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  9. I imagined with the prov cast on it was a cowl. I followed your link. IT IS Beautiful!! I love the yarn you've matched with the pattern. It will be subtle and stunning at the same time

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