Kuusk: Revisited

In an earlier post, I wrote of a knitted cowl I was making.  It was my very first ‘legit’ lace project and I loved every minute of it!  I know you have been waiting with bated breath for the finished photos.  Not being one to disappoint, here they are:
The image to the left reflects the true colors of the yarn.  It is peppered with golds, blues, purples and greens.  Absolutely stunning.  The two photos below give you an idea of the drape and delicious ‘halo’ this wool possesses. 
For more details on the yarn, as well as the pattern, please refer to my earlier post Kuusk

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

The World is Quiet Here

Ruminations of an Amateur Monastic


handmade baby blankets, throws and hats and anything else that takes my fancy

Contemplative Knitting

How to sustain a spiritual discipline

Beads, Charms, Wire...

... and all things creative

Buttons and Pickles

Just another WordPress site

Cat Knit Hat

Coffee, Yarncrafts, and More

Knit One, Spin Too

My Personal Blog: Knitting, Spinning, Reading, Life

purl baby

Est. 2019


Michele plays with yarn, food, and music in Portland

The Wisdom of Knitting

Miriam knits and thinks and seeks enlightenment in yarn

Sleightholm Folk Art

Folk Art by Heather Sleightholm

A Year of Kayaking

My year adventuring in a kayak as often as possible

Daily Fiber

At the nexus of art and craft

Welcome to Knitting in France

My knitting and fibre passion


age is just a (biggish) number

%d bloggers like this: