Here are the Divine patterns I promised yesterday but could not load up. There is the Divine Jacket that comes in small, medium and large sizes.
There is Divine Startstitch Cardigan that comes in small, medium, large and extra-large sizes.
Then there is the Divine Ivy League Vest shown in small, medium, large, extra-large, and extra-extra-large sizes.
Finally, there is a booklet of 5 patterns that include patterns for a belted cape, a round-cable cardigan, woven yoke cardigan and batwing pullover.
I am/I was knitting the Trellis Scarf from the 2006 Spring issue of Interweave Knits. I had a great start and was going along until the K7tog of the Estonian inspired pattern drove me a little bonkers (I broke my rosewood needles). This is not your usual K7tog. One K7togs, leaves the stitches on the same needle, yo and K7tog into the same stitches again and repeat this one more time before slipping the stitches off the needles.
I frogged and tried again with very loose stitches and still no success. I know there are other ways of making a cluster but I really wanted to stick to the directions of the pattern as I respect and very much like the designer from afar. That being said, I have frogged the scarf and will be making some changes to the pattern. I had hoped to be done with the scarf this weekend but alas, it was not to be. On another and better note, Divine does not mind being knitted and frogged a few times.
I did do something fun today, I played with two boxes of Mini Maiden from hand Maiden. I have another 10 or so colors still to post but I think I may be done for the night. I love this single ply silk/wool blend and Hand Maiden’s color work does not hurt either.
Time for a relaxing cup of tea.