Another tank top? In linen yarn? Why, yes! It’s summer, after all. This is Purl Soho’s Notched Hem Tank and I love it. I knit this using Quince and Co. sparrow in the new salt and pepper marle color way called rille. And it’s a dream. I love the details on the side of theContinue reading “knit | notch hem tank.”
I’m on a linen yarn kick and I love making tank tops. This summer seemed to take forever to get here; and so while I begged for warmer skies this spring, I knit up a Kai Tank top using Quince and Co. kestrel linen yarn in the graphite color way. The only modifications I madeContinue reading “knit | kai tank.”
I love Quince and Co. Kestrel linen yarn. I knit this flex tee in it last year, and to date, it is one of my favorite knits–for the interesting construction, the fit, and the compliments I have received when I wear it (“You made that?). Knitting is, by far, my longest, and most interesting loveContinue reading “f.o. | hamlin peak.”
Flex by Heidi Kirrmaier is one of my favorite projects this year. It was quick, easy, and featured a really nice linen yarn that I’m now obsessed with: Quince and Co. kestrel. This is the pebble colorway and its a dream. I definitely could have knit this a size smaller but the drape is niceContinue reading “flex tee | finished.”
My Flex tshirt by Heidi Kirrmaier is nearly finished! All that’s left is a little side seaming and I can officially find out whether this is going to fit the way I want it to (fingers crossed for me, please). What a dream pattern. The construction was different and engaging and the Quince and Co.Continue reading “flex | finish line.”
This summer, I’ve definitely been obsessed with knitting using linen; after spying the Amiga Sweater done in some Louet Wet Spun Euroflax linen, I knew I had to try it. Here’s a sneak peak at my final result. My mum adores it, so it will probably be gifted to her. I’ve already bought two moreContinue reading “sneak peek linen sweater, 8.7”
Two insanely gorgeous–and pricey!–skeins of Louet Euroflax linen yarn. At $24 some odd dollars, I was afraid to break the bank but needed linen desperately for a new project I want to try, and so I went deep for it. Project, to come.