This week I'm sharing my impulsive cast ons that are both captivating. I enjoy working on both of them and the ease of the patterns. I can talk (well most of the time) during each knit and rarely make a mistake.
The above photo is the seashell shawl that I saw trending on Ravelry a week or so ago. I promptly dug through my yarn stash, wound up some lace weight yarn and cast on. I confess it was exciting to be so spontaneous.
Below is a photo of the confetti shawl. This is the second time I am knitting the Herald shawl with a variegated yarn from my deep stash. I'm loving the cheerful colors in this one!
What are you working on this week?
And what beautiful patterns and colors to be spontaneous with! I'm looking forward to seeing these patterns grow.ReplyDelete
Beautiful colors in the yarns you have chosen. I'll look forward to seeing the finish of these. My Guernsey Wrap is off the needles!! I need to cast on something new.ReplyDelete
Fun cast ons :) Summer knitting is the best!ReplyDelete
What a pretty lilac color on that first shawl.ReplyDelete
I had to get a pattern reprinted because I feel tapered pants don't flatter my fuller, hourglass figure. I plan to make the wide leg version of Free Range Slacks. I worked on the matching, fabric print top. I saw many a matching set on IG by sewists I follow. I was inspired to make a matching set to kick around in. I may even wear it during our August trip to LA.ReplyDelete
isn't it fun to be so spontaneous! (stash helps!!) I'm deep into two summer tops right now and not much else, but I'm tempted by the brioche in Modern Daily Knitting's latest pattern collection.ReplyDelete
Hooray for spontaneous cast-ons. Your summer shawl knitting is beautiful. I just cast on a sweater from stash yarn that was totally not planned. Spontaneity might be catching.ReplyDelete
Oooh I love the idea of a spontaneous cast on, looking forward to seeing your shawl growing. The pattern looks beautiful thank you for sharing I might just have slipped that into my favourites.....ReplyDelete
Spontaneous knitting is fun and what beautiful yarn you’re using for your shawls. I can’t wait to see them finished!ReplyDelete
What lovely shawls! I haven't been making anything with yarn the past few weeks, however we hope to go to the Central NY fiber arts festival this weekend. I know I will get my mojo back.ReplyDelete
I love those shawls and their yarns.ReplyDelete
...well...I've been having blogger issues again with my Affectioknit account...so I've been unable to post comments for a while...I do love anything purple...and that seashell shawl looks so interesting...
~Have a lovely day!