This is the time of year I like to think of as the knitter’s “selfish season”. We’ve been good and knit lots of warm and cozy knit gifts for our love ones and now it’s time to share some of that love with ourselves.
Big projects or small make something for YOU!
I’ve been following my own advice here.
I finally got a chance to return to a sweater I started in May! Now it is complete and I’m so happy with it. The pattern is called Pomme de Pin by Amy Christophers. I made it in Koigu KPM.
I have plans to switch yarn from teeny-tiny to big and meaty, hoping that the next sweater won’t take as long. I have some Brooklyn Tweed Quarry set aside to make one of the patterns from the Brooklyn Tweed’s Winter 2016 collection. It’s a sweater called Snoqualmie.
Iwona is well on her way to completing a sweater for herself too. She is making an older but still lovely pattern from Brooklyn Tweed called Levenwick. She is using Brooklyn Tweed Shelter in a yummy colour called Homemade Jam.
Iwona has also just finished a pair of mittens for herself. She used The Knit Cafe’s Your First Mitten Pattern. She made her own yarn with a melange of beauties like Silk Cloud from Shibui, and Madelinetosh Prairie, and… the piece de resistance…she added a small hole. Now she can operate her phone and still keep her hands safe and warm in her mitten. Smart!
What are your selfish knitting plans?