My current work in progress:

Freshet, by Irina Anikeeva for Brooklyn Tweed’s Wool People 13, knit from Rowan Softyak DK in the Steppe colorway, using 3.75mm and 4mm needles.

Next!

Next up:

Kenmare, designed by Martin Storey, knit from Rowan SoftKnit Cotton, another great yarn sadly discontinued by Rowan. It appears that I will be spending the summer knitting with discontinued Rowan yarns. But I’m not bitter . . .

I am using the “Aged Rose” colorway, which coincidentally is the color used to knit the sample.

I have the back done.

And the front will be done today or tomorrow.

It’s a fun and easy pattern, very easy to memorize. It’s patterned with traditional gansey motifs and I am a sucker for a traditional gansey, so I am enjoying every minute of this.

Loki says “Relax!”

Comments

  1. Beautiful! I have some of yarn stashed away in a light purple color.

  2. Handmadebysue says:

    Love your Kenmare. The Aged Rose is a beautiful color.

  3. Denise Nash says:

    Beautiful! I love it.

  4. Charlottewv says:

    Soo pretty! Loki has the right idea, just relax!! lol! Sweet Loki!

  5. poodletail says:

    “a fun and easy pattern, very easy to memorize” – Hah. For you! So, so pretty, Wendy. I will love to see you model this not-green sweater! 😀

  6. I really like this sweater and surprisingly my son, who is very picky, does too.
    So I am going to knit this for him. It looks like most people (on Ravelry) have knit this with
    cotton/wool yarn or straight cotton. Do you think that’s necessary or would a wool do just as well?

  7. Dorothy from Kentucky says:

    Such a stunning colour!! And a delightful Loki