Ran across this lovely Japanese knitter the other day, Junko, and can’t stop thinking about this shawl from her feed. (Here’s another shot of it.) It’s a totally delightful patchwork quilt of granny squares and garter stitch squares — such a perfect combo. As so many of you recently noted, making little squares and such is the perfect warm-weather way to knit, and a wrap is more achievable (at least for me!) than a whole blanket. Not to mention a great stash-buster …
Looking for cute rest-users that are not granny squares? Look at this: http://www.farbenmix.de/shop/Alle-Kreativ-Ebooks/Eine-Woche-Haekelsommer-Kreativ-Ebook::10264.html
and then this: http://www.farbenmix.de/shop/product_info.php?language=en&products_id=10973
No, I don’t work for Farbenmis :)
Couldn’t find her on ravelry!
I love the crochet/knit combo. I think I may have to make one..!
That’s beautiful! I wish I had one.
Oh, I like the idea of this. Would make a wonderful quick scarf, too.
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