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This cardigan is just so fabulous to knit. This was my first KAL so I was nervous about what to expect. It was a great experience! The pattern was broken down into relevant sections and the pattern itself was very straightforward and easy to follow and knit. I used Stolen Stitches Nua yarn, colour Figment, which by the way, was a dream to knit with. The finished garment is warm, cosy and very light to wear. I've had so many compliments about the colour and the cardigan. This is definitely a winner! Thanks Carol for such a lovely design.Shop Tabouli kit
I am new to shawl knitting. When I saw the chevron pattern (on Russler Shawl), I thought this could be my next challenge. The combination of the pattern and the garter stitch was fun. It was a very enjoyable project, the pattern was easy to remember and the wool was a joy to work with. It is very warm and easy to wear, and feels cosy and soft to the touch.
I am a huge fan of your work. I really love the new Teachable format. As always, your patterns are impeccably written and gorgeous. The classes are informative and easily understood. I was part of the 2020 Knit Club and it was as expected, AMAZING! I look forward to the 2021 Knit Club and more of your classes. You have helped me become a much better knitter!
[Nua Sport] has been on my wish list for a while. Now that I've tried it, it will be on my shortlist of favourites. It has everything I love in a yarn: springiness, stitch definition, softness, drape. And the colourways are beautiful and complex, not the standard crayon hues.
This was one of the fastest cardigans I've ever knit (Sorn Cardigan). The pattern has lots of interesting changes which kept me motivated to keep going. I really like the i-cord bind off and ribbing in the back. Simple changes like knit on the sleeve and garter in the body made the cardi unique. Every time I wear it, someone stops to compliment me on what a pretty sweater it is!
I'm always nervous buying unfamiliar yarn so this product turned out to be a wonderful surprise. Nua Worsted is a beautiful fiber, and a lot softer than I expected. It knits up beautifully, has a wonderful hand, drapes perfectly, My stitches look even and, well, just great. Easy to spit-join ends to weave in in the body of the piece I'm working on. Also super-friendly and helpful staff. Responsive to questions, and made ordering easy.
If you're looking for texture, then try [Blasta] yarn. Blasta blooms with phenomenal stitch definition especially with cables and even more so after blocking. This is my "go to" yarn for projects calling for a light worsted weight, cables and other stitch patterns with texture. Easy on the hands too and the colors so beautiful.
I was a little intimidated by the lovely cables that seem to float across striped garter stitch (Birman Shawl), assuming it was complicated or had several steps, which would ruin that intuitive flow that I love with knitting. So, I delayed knitting this design. My fears were completely unfounded! The slip stitch technique is so simple that it becomes quite intuitive right away, but it never gets dull, with the fun striping, that leave very few ends to weave at the end.
Glenbarrow is my favorite sweater, so far. The pattern is well written and easy to follow. Carol's tutorials make shaping and modifications easy. This is more than a pattern for a sweater. It includes the information and support you need to make a sweater that will fit and flatter.
Ever since I started knitting with you, I have learned so much and you have made me try new kinds of techniques or patterns that I might not have considered. Not that long ago you spoke about how you go past your edge and I believe that it’s a good way to be a more confident knitter. Thank you for all your wonderful patterns, ideas, classes and for helping knitters like me build confidence.