|504 King West|
|Porter, sporting a jaunty 504 King West|
Pattern: 504 King West, pattern from The Knit Cafe Toronto
Yarn: Done Roving Frolicking Feet DK in the Quoddy Bay colorway, Malabrigo Silky Merino and Dirty Water Dyeworks on size 8 needles.
When I saw the different samples of this scarf on the Knit Cafe pattern page, I was smitten. I love thinking about color study and I believe I will make this pattern numerous times to play with hues in stash. It is an easy knit and the only challenging part for me was picking up the border edge stitches.
So, as I was prepping to do this post, I found my way back to the Knit Cafe pattern page on Ravelry and found this which had to be cast on immediately. I had the yarn I needed, bought on a roadtrip to WEBS with my friend Gina. I may also tie in some Shibui that has been waiting to become something special. Take a look at Clouds.
Pattern: Clouds by The Knit Cafe Toronto
Yarn: S. Charles Collezionne Ritratto, Grignasco Kid Seta, Shibui Knits Staccato in UV colorway
|Clouds, another pattern from The Knit Cafe, Toronto|
I also located a simple garter stitch fingerless mitts pattern that my sisters have been waiting on, so I may have yet another project jumping onto needles before the week is out.
|Easy Peasy Garter Stitch Arm Warmers|