Friday, January 15, 2016


Each time I begin a new fair isle project I rediscover how much I enjoy watching the yarn transform into a pattern.  And then, it transforms again when it gets washed and the stitches gel.
Harrisville Shetland Cones in White and Tundra

Rows 1-30, Chart A of Crazed Scandinavian Cowl by Wendy Johnson

Once it's washed, the pattern is very clear and the yarn loses it's stiffness.


Oogyknitter said...

Yay, a blog post from Neuro!!! Your cowl looks awesome too! You are about 23 rows ahead of me, but you've given me some great inspiration to keep going, and to post as well!!

smw said...

Welcome back to Blogland, Neuroknitter!

Hartland H said...

Looks like beautiful work as always :)