I obviously chose a project that was not of an appropriate length for the Tour de France as I have completed it and we are only up to Stage 14 when I write this post.
The jumper was a joy to knit. I had forgotten how much I enjoy colour work when knitting.
I have now started a small project for the time being.
It wont take long to knit as it is thick wool and big needles, in fact I will probably finish it on the next stage.
This is what I am making.
You can find the free pattern here.
I have a Pinterest board for woolwork, aka knitting
and another board for crochet.
I have made a few of the items on my boards but there are still many to choose from. You can view the boards by clicking on the pictures.
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Beautiful fair isle knitting, looks like a very snuggly sweater…. and I absolutely L-O-V-E the bee hive honey pot tea pot cozie… I have down loaded the pattern and plan to have a go!
Bye for now, Jay x
The pattern is fairly easy. I don’t enjoy sewing up seams though, hopefully I will manage it ok.
I have no idea how you knit so fast …….. of course I only knit at night, so I’d get more done if I did it during the day! Lovely lovely things.
The Tour de France broadcast starts at 10 pm and finishes about 1.30 or 2.00am. so that is a large chunk of knitting time each night. The Tour lasts three weeks.