Because I am working on a non-public project most of the time, with just a row done on Boxy here and there, today I’ll show you a book instead of my progress.
The book was previously published in Finnish, so you can look on Ravelry and see the patterns and projects knit from them — a bonus over a brand-new book that may not yet have many projects.
It is divided into four sections, by color: Blue/Green, Red/Pink, Yellow, and Grey/Brown. There 22 patterns total: for sweaters, hats, mittens, and wraps for men, women, and children. My faves:
Green Cables, a very sweet child’s cardigan.
Stripe and Cable Mittens — these would work up very quickly for a last-minute gift.
Freezing Point: a unisex pullover with an interesting collar treatment.
Beetle Cap, a very cute cap in both child and adult sizes.
The publisher has generously offered a free copy of the eBook for my giveaway. Who’d like it?
To be entered in the drawing for an eBook of Color Wheel Knits, leave a comment on this blog post by 11:00am Eastern Time, Sunday, June 28. The winner will be chosen at random at that time.
I keep forgetting to say — I’m not doing a Summer Mystery KAL this year. Too many things eating into my time this summer.
The other night we had a huge thunderstorm. Is Loki bothered by storms? You be the judge: