Your Yarn Pattern Suggestions, PLEASE! ;-)

slice of spring autumn shawl

I just completed my: Slice of Autumn/Spring shawl, which I posted about here.

It’s been raining here in BC and I haven’t had the chance to get out and get photos of this and several other finished yarn projects I have to share.Ā 

In the meantime, I am “itchin” šŸ˜‰ to start another knit or crochet project but I can’t decide what to make.Ā 

I have 5 skeins of KP Stroll Tweed Fingering in Barn Door Heather shade, that I’d like to use up next.

I thought a short-sleeve cardigan/cardie would be nice in this yarn but I’m open to other ideas for projects too.

Only things I don’t want to make are another shawl or socks.

And, I want to use up all of the 1155 yds. if at all possible, or close to it.

If you have any knit or crochet patterns to suggest, please do! šŸ™‚

And yes, I have checked at Ravelry already but wasn’t able to find anything that was “just right”.

Happy Knitting and Week, GĀ 

4 responses

  1. This shawl is absolutely beautiful! Love it! šŸ™‚

  2. Your shawl turned out beautifully. Good luck finding your next yarn project.

  3. That is a beautiful shawl! I love the points! šŸ™‚ – I really like this. It acts like a flowing sweater with delicate lace. I can’t wait to make this if I ever finish my todo list. ā¤

  4. It is a beautiful pattern Sunshine, I agree. Hopefully I’ll get a pic of the one I made, soon. I’ll post it here when I do.

    Thanks Joe! šŸ™‚

    That’s a very pretty cardigan Ruinwen, but I don’t have enough yarn to make it. I think it might be a bit too complicated for me too. šŸ˜‰

    Happy Knitting and Weekend, G

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