I started to knit this cardigan last summer. But then I got distracted with other knitting and crochet projects and forgot about it for a while. Also, the baby arrived in October so not so much free time since then! 😁 So when I went back to this project to finish it I realised it would be too big for next winter or fall, so I had to finish it quick! And then I did. So it must be true, when you have deadlines you find the time to finish stuff! 😂 It worked in this case.
Pattern bought on ravelry, it’s called Snug (link)
I made a few of these bibs for my son, and find them very useful as well as cute! So now I made one for a friend’s baby.
Pattern found on Pinterest, link here.
It’s very easy to follow and quick to make!
Did these last month for a friend’s daughter. Very easy and quick to do. I loved it!
Once again… Instagrammed but not posted… And now that it is getting warmer here in Spain is when I remember to finally post them.
… I’ve been Instagramming more than Blogging!!
It’s just quicker… and in these periods of so much work… well it is what I can do more easily.
It’s a ‘knit-or-post’ situation!! 🙂
First it was the knitting… now I’ve learned the crochet…
So now I am addicted to both!!!
I can’t stop learning new stitches. And I realized I don’t like to repeat the ones I already know… anyone with the same “problem”?
I’m trying to learn new stitches. But some of them are particularly difficult to learn because of the way I knit. No, it’s not the English style and neither the Continental… It’s the Portuguese style! And I didn’t even know it existed… I would call it a coincidence… But maybe not.. 😉
So, this Brioche stitch was a bit of a challenge because of this… And I am still not convinced! Any expert out there? Does it look like Brioche stitch to you? Or have I just created my own stitch??? 🙂 I’ll call it pomegranate stitch, if that’s the case!