Dawn is already all knitted but I’m still stuck in the finishing: I must re-attach the neckline, otherwise the fronts will get too baggy. This is a project I'd started meanwhile that is already also finished.
I always have two or more projects on needles because there are moments when I don’t feel in the mood to dedicate to finishing details, mainly at night, and it feels me better simply keep going on knitting another project.
Receita: Burda Tricot nº6 Printemps 2009 – Modelo #37 (Boléro ajouré)
Fio: Schachenmayr Catania 100% algodão (50g/125m) – 225g em cor alperce #235
Agulhas: 3,5 mm
Pattern: Burda Tricot Printemps 2009 – #37 (Bolero ajouré)
Yarn: Schachenmayr Catania 100% cotton (50g/125m) in peach #235 – 225g
Needles: 3,5 mm
Um shrug muito fácil de fazer: é tricotado em duas metades que se unem com a ténica da costura invisível (grafting) e depois costuram-se alguns centímentros de cada lado para fazer as mangas.
This shrug is a very simple knitting: two halves joined by grafting and sewing on each side to make the sleeves.
A very nice and practical piece to wear on summer, when it’s hot and it feels good some cosiness over sleeveless clothes, which I can also imagine in mohair with long sleeves, to be wear on fall over blouses or dresses.
Etiquetas: boleros e shrugs