Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Future Prospects

Shawl for Fran?
Cable Pocket Shawl from KnitPicks
Pemberley Shawl
(from Mari's blog)
Victoria Lace Shawl
(mari did in worsted)
Cozy Lace Wrap from Knitty

Baby Projects:
Five Hour Baby Sweater (and also here)Lana Gatto
Daisy Baby Cardigan, by the Yarn Harlot in Knitty
Jacket With Moss Stitch Bands from Baby Knits for Beginners by Debbie Bliss.
Eyelet Ribbed Hat
Striped Cardigan from Debbie Bliss/Baby Cashmerino Book 2
Lillie's Little Sweater hooded, top down

Socks for my Mom
Hedera lacy socks from knitty
Waving Lace socks from Favorite Socks, by Interweave. Designed by Evelyn A. Clark
Donyale socks
Loksins socks

Scarves, etc.
Cashmere Cowl
Eve's Hooded Scarf (PDF)
Dayflower Lace Scarf (PDF)
Sylvia's Knitted Hood
IK Scarves (PDF)
Naima's Scarf (eyelet lace) (PDF)
Lopi Lace Scarf from Weekend Knitting

Cabled Sirdar Cardigan
Sesame Cardigan from Mag Knits
High Mesa Cardigan
Spin Craft Sweaters
Bridget Cardigan from Jo Sharp Hand Knitting Collection: Book Number Two
Dawn Brocco Cabled Cardigan (with collar)
The Braids Cardigan (Cabin Fever) (1400)
Tall Pines Cardigan Pattern (abundantyarn.com)
Casual Cables Cardigan -- Effectiveness by Design Leaflet S024 (1320)
Ribby Cardi from Chic Knits, with zipper!
Simple Cardigan from Canadian Living
Textured Knits, Julia Cooper
MS 155 - Pebble Cardigan
MS145 - Button Up Cardigan (DK)

Fiber Trends Options Jacket
Poet's Vest Pattern by Lorna Miser from Lorna's Laces
Jai (one-http://www2.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gifbutton vneck cardigan, Berrocco 203

S024 Casual Cables Cardigan drops garnstudio 78-11 (p. 10 - muskat)
Pick-a-Pocket Women's Cardigan (very simple cardigan)

Linen V-Neck Pullover
Simple Tee

Other Things
Sirdar Bed Jacket

Malabrigo (for My So-Called Scarf)

Trekking XXL

A new yarn from Classic Elite called Classic Silk. It is 50% cotton, 30% silk, 20% nylon. It has a slight sheen in sunlight and a tweedy non-wooly goodness rivaled only by Tatamy Tweed from Kraemer Yarns. It knits up soft, sure, but then… woohoohoo… then I disregarded the care instructions and stuck that swatch in the washer and dryer. It came out terry cloth soft. And drapey. And perfectly stretchy. Everything Cotton Silk wished it could be.