Finished this on Halloween, but have only now been able to get the photos off my camera. There are still a couple of ends to weave in, but I’m ready for the cold weather. Advertisements
A couple of weeks ago I saw that Suvie Simola was calling for test knitters for a new sweater design with cables down the front, so I decided to sign up for it, and I was one of the lucky … Continue reading
At the beginning of July I had the great pleasure of testing two of Sally-Jane’s latest patterns. Sally-Jane created these two patterns in collaboration with her friend Clare Devine, who also created two patterns for the collection they’ve called Friendship … Continue reading
I’m still working on my Custom Triyang Test Knit for Lee, I’m using left over Malabrigo Sock yarn and I’m using 5mm needles to get gauge. I’m a bit further than in the pictures, but you get the general idea. … Continue reading
This was the first of two back-to-back test knits I did for Hanna. A lovely simple design with a great lace detail on the front and down the sleeves.
One of the Secret Test Knits I started over the Christmas period, this is a gorgeous aran cardigan, which would have been finished before the New Year if I’d not had some issues with my wrists. The pattern is up … Continue reading
Quick little Test Knit completed in just 2 days for TCK. I made the child version for the test, which easily fits a 4yo.
This is the latest Test Knit I did for Emily Ross aka Knitterain on Ravelry. The pattern itself is for a cowl and it’s super easy and fast to knit, I had more problems choosing suitable yarn from stash than … Continue reading
Another test knit completed earlier this year in June this time, and I can’t remember if I showed it off here or not, so here goes. The Phoenix Hat is now available on Ravelry. All proceeds of the sale of … Continue reading
Back in February of this year I got the opportunity to do a test a sweater pattern for Hanna Maciejewska. I’d applied for an adult sweater, but alas my size was already spoken for, however, Hanna asked if I’d be interested … Continue reading