Ravelry in Review 2

by Cynthia

I decided I wanted to do another Ravelry in Review after how much I enjoyed the last one I posted. I can spend hours browsing Ravelry looking for different patterns to try out. It is a lot of fun seeing just how much creativity there is out there! In fact, I am thinking about making this a regular posting on this blog. Maybe every Friday?? Or at least until I run out of steam!

Now for the paterns….

This little sweater is just the cutest thing ever. I love the pearls, the embroidery, the stitching, everything!

Henrietta Maria Cardigan by Elizabeth Wolden

 

I wish my daughter was still a toddler! This little dress is so sweet.

Bliss by Allegra Wermuth

 

I know it is summer so thinking about hats is probably the furtherest thing from our thoughts but I know this one will be on my wish list once fall rolls around. I love the design on this particular one.

Everglade by Woolly Wormhead

 

I have this thing for knitted baby pants. Aren’t they just the most comfy looking baby item! I wish I could wear them and be all cozy in wool. This pattern caught my eye because of all the options it has- very customizable.

Dakine Longies by Melissa Simpson

 

I have this sudden new pull towards two-toned shawls. I think they are just beautiful right now! This one is on top of my favorites list at the moment. It has this vintage feel to it that I love. (plus I love the name- one of my favorite annuals)

Cornflower by Karolina Eckerdal

That is all I have to share for this week. Hope that gave you some inspiration to keep those needles (and hooks!) clicking away.

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Victoria June 29, 2011 at 8:13 am

Those are some lovely patterns! I should spend more time on Ravelry. Love that sweater, and you’re right about the baby pants! Cutest ever.

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Meadow June 29, 2011 at 8:44 pm

I so wish I were a more experienced knitter. I really want to make the first sweater and that adorable dress!

Love your post on the flowers too. My husband is the same about lawns. Neat and clean please. Me on the other hand, well let’s just say I see the lawn as a great place to grow plants for all kinds of uses. Alas right now our lawn is just a lawn.

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