Saturday, May 5, 2007

I call it a ripple :-)


Okay, my blanket got too big to be moved around (it's 90" x 30" now -ooo, that means I'm 1/3 done!), so it is staying in my office, and I needed a kitchen project. I had seen a project done from the book One Skein (the round bag, done by Knitterly Things) so I got the book. On paging through this just jumped out and grabbed me, and I had just bought a skein of Patons SWS 'cause I just love the colors, and now I have Ripple-y Serendipity

8 comments:

pvhike said...

This is so gorgeous! I bought some mohair that I want to crochet into a summer scarf; this pattern is perfect!

Queens Knitting Mama said...

I love it! I love it! You did a great job and it is ripple! I tried this pattern once and had a hard time turning. I gave up after a few attempts. I might have to try it again soon.

Anina said...

Ooh! I love it! Like Neapolitan ice cream!

Jenni-Raie said...

that is very pretty. i don't usually like yarn with multiple colours in it, but this is quite nice!

Cecilia said...

thanks! I forgot to mention that this was one of the most enjoyable projects I have ever done!

one note: pattern says to crochet into the oirginal loop on the 2nd round: don't: crochet into the top or the chain

Dawn said...

SWS is great stuff isn't it? It was perfect for this. I love that people are starting to see ripples in other things outside of blankets.

I have a secret project I'm working up in it...all I can say at the moment is try felting with it. Like.a.dream. It goes fast though, so under no circumstances leave the washer's side for an instant!

Stasia said...

That is beautiful!

It's Me, Maven... said...

I love that Patons SWS... gotta watch it though! It felts up in an instant! I have that exact colorway at home, too.

I'd love to know that pattern! It's really eyecatching!