Wow, what a busy month it has been, full of knitting, pattern writing, and some new projects for later in the year that I am super excited about!
I wanted to take a minute to post about a new pattern that I put up this weekend named Jetty.
Jetty is worked in the round from the top down and features an easy to knit, easy to remember cable panel down the center front and back.
There are 2 worked in pockets on the front, waist shaping, ribbed trims, and is shown with 1/2″ of negative ease.
Carrie Bostick Hoge (click here to go to her blog and see her beautiful knitting designs and her new little girl!) photographed Jetty for me earlier this winter and I have already worn it a ton of times! Brooklyn Tweed Shelter is a gorgeous rustic tweedy yarn that is available in amazing colors and wears extremely well. If you prefer a non- tweedy yarn Quince and Co. Lark is a wonderful substitute.
Sizes: 30 ¾ (34 ¼, 37 ¾, 41 ½, 45, 48 ½, 52)”
Project shown in Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (100% American wool; 140 yards/ 50 gram skein)
• 6 (7, 8, 9, 10, 10, 11) skeins, 02 Wool Socks
• Approx yards needed: 830 (950, 1060, 1170, 1290, 1390, 1520) yards
Pattern is available for purchase here for $6.00.