Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Madly knitting






Im almost done with the CPH, and then sew up others...




The pinky one is apattern from Jo Sharps Contempory Knitting



The blue v kneck is a Creative Knitting design and could also be a Jo Sharp(too lazy/tired to find book)



Both are in Merino and Fur,Possum wool with merino in other words,very fuzzy and am keen to try them out.The biggest problem I have is choosing which one to take,the weather is saying Dubbo s forecast Temps from 0 to 13 on Thursday to Friday, I definiely will take the CPH and the v neck seems the most comfy as Im not sure if the high neck of the other will make it comfortable for any prolonged use...









These jumpers are very light too compared to the CPH..(which is in Bendigos Aran,Denim colour,I forgot to add ) but I think it will be the better fit as well.

The blue is actually a small mens sizing and I think I may have a fight to keep it as Son No 2 is intersted(Dad has grown too much and considering how its sat nearly finished for two years its any wonder,LOL)


6 comments:

  1. They all look wonderful Cathy! Pack plenty of warm gear to head over this side of the country - to quote my little man 'it's berry freezin!'
    Safe travels :-)

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  2. Ooh-lovely warm woolies! I'm about to start the CPH with some Bendigo. Mine is likely to be ready for next winter (or the one after that??)

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  3. Oh!! - I've been waiting for these! The look wonderful! Love them love them love them.

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  4. Wow, you have been knitting up a storm. It's certainly cold this side of the continent, and my memories of Dubbo in mid-winter are bleak.

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  5. Wow you have been busy. It may be cold in Dubbo as its cold here in Adelaide.

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  6. You've been busy - they all look great, it's been too warm here for sweater knitting - almost too warm for shawl knitting too, but that has a baby deqadline so must be done, I think I'll do socks next if it stays hot!

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