I recommend this pattern when you what a break, you need to relax and see that something beautiful without too much effort is creating under your fingers Homestead Shawl pattern by Marsha Ibuki. I received so many things as gift most from my Canadian friends and I feel like this shawl with my Leaf Hat is my imaginary trip to Canada - thank you.
Do you like this hat? Let me know. Lately I am not the most motivated person to write patterns just to knit. However, with your encouragement everything can change. I design this pattern on the way to Brandon Beach in Co. Kerry, Ireland and I knit most of it in the car and during our walk approx 10km. It is a gift for my mother in law to her addition to Narita Express Shawl by Marsha Ibuki that I have knitted last year.
This pattern was an amazing gift as I have NEVER took part in any Mystery Knit A Longs before. I haven't completed this one on time but this wasn't my goal. Snowmelt Shawl by Helen Stewart is a huge shawl, I call it half circle and because of it's shape it is hard to make sure you have proper number of stitches. I started lace section without checking it - please learn from my mistakes. I had to frog a bit of it and to do that it took me a while - I really do not like frogging. However, once is on your needles it is a very, very long knit. I love the final efect and colours that I picked. I am happy that I could knit it as I don't know if I had enough courage to pick it.
Probably you do not want to read a lot here is the link to Angle HAT - FREE PATTERN by Kay F Jones You need to know that the yarn needed is worsted and off you go. I love it.
Socks for Sebastian in amazing green colour that I have thought I will finish for St Patrick's Day that's why Go Green and Lollipop as I used amazing yarn which I got as a present from Amber from The Yarn Hoarder Podcast and brown mini I got from Susanne. Thank you so much for those gifts and look how amazing socks we have now! Go, go, go watch video I will tell you more.