ooohs and aaahhhhs

I thought i'd share with you some of the latest offerings from various publishers around the knitting globe. While these are cute, unfortunately there aren't enough good patterns in each of the books/magazines they come from for me to buy it. Nonetheless, it's always worth a looksie, and who knows, i might be able to adapt another pattern anyways :)

Latest offerings from Debbie Bliss:
From RYC :
From Jaeger: From Kim Hargreaves:



10:01 PM, October 28, 2008

Oooooh I love that second last one!

very nice finds Kae!


8:05 AM, October 29, 2008

That first pattern looks very striking, although I'm not sure everybody can pull off the look with so many buttons.


5:23 PM, October 29, 2008

Oh, these patterns are quite beautiful. Since the winter is coming, but I don't have enough time to knit anything. For my friend and I are now busy to search any stuff to put in our new ETSY shop and my own ETSY shop.


1:49 AM, October 30, 2008

Thanks for the comment. I learned crocheting before knitting, and I actually thought knitting is the harder of the 2 crafts! It might be easier to learn crochet if you knit continental style because you hold the yarn in a similar fashion. I think that's why my LYS in my childhood town taught me continental before showing me the English method.

It wasn't until February of this year that I finally had the courage to pick up knitting again, and now I'm surprisingly addicted and obsessed with knitting sweaters/tops. :-)


6:49 AM, October 30, 2008

You are tempting me something awful! I love that cabled dress! But just the thought of knitting a dress makes me slightly itchy.


6:48 AM, November 02, 2008

Lovely!!!! I love the first three and the one from Kim Hargreaves...I might have to investigate them further!!!!! I've been looking for ideas for a winter jacket.....thank you for that!