Winter Berries and Procrastination in Practise

I really should be doing something else – housework comes to mind, but really, my head is not there!  It can safely be said that my head is seldom there!  I am very good at procrastination and excell at putting off to tomorrow anything that I feel can wait.  I’ll write about good intentions instead!

Winter Berries - holly under the snow!

Yesterday I was feeling a little restless (snow does it to me – memories of being housebound in Northern Manitoba) and decided to start a new pattern, something I did not design, something different!  What did I choose?  The Juneberry Triangle, by Jared Flood (Brooklyn Tweed). 

Juneberry Sculpture

The yarn, Nordique by Veronik Avery and the pattern book with the Juneberry Triangle pattern were a gift from Beth.  I really wanted to try it out.  I started last night and I love it!  The intitial pattern flows beautifully once learned – it is basically a four row pattern that offsets itself and like most knitting patterns is very logical in it’s structure. 

 

It is Lace Knitting (YO’s on right and wrong side rows), but has a highly sculptural quality, due in part to the lofty construction of the yarn and the lace pattern itself which has a real 3 dimensional quality – the yarn and stitch pair beautifully.  The rest of the pattern looks to be equally dimensional with bobbles and flowing lace lines.  I can hardly wait to get it finished!

Back to my knitting – have a great day!

Happy Knitting

Lynette

About letissierdesigns

March 2017 - My new site is now up and functioning. I can blog, share my thoughts and photographs, and sell my patterns! So much happening in my life and all is creative and forward moving! Thanks for taking the time to stop by. Sept 2015 - I haven't updated this in a while! Still knitting, always knitting, I still teach and work at Mad About Ewe Fine Yarns. I also have designed for Vogue Knitting, Koigu Magazine, Zealana, Jimmie Beans, and Malabrigo, As of the beginning of 2015 I also became creative director of the Buffalo Wool Co., a new job that just flows along with what I already do. I am a knitting teacher and knitwear designer. I work full time in my LYS, Mad About Ewe Fine Yarns. I recently was 1st runner up in a Vogue Knitting Design Competition called the Magic of Mohair. My design was featured in the Early Fall 2011 Vogue Knitting. I will have another design in the Vogue Knitting Winter 2011 edition. I have recently purchased a Canon Rebel Camera and have started taking way too many pictures. I love this site for sharing my thoughts and pictures. Life is good!
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2 Responses to Winter Berries and Procrastination in Practise

  1. Cathy Cameron says:

    See the family craft gene is working. I still do some knitting, crocheting and cross-stitch but mostly quilting.

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