Monday, 9 March 2015


Sample II for the WILD KNITTING 2 workshop in Wakkerstroom 26 and 27 April 2015

Two irregular pentagons form front and back of a Tunic. Short rows and change of colour build an unusual piece. A mixture of garter and stocking stitches and yarn-overs give it structure. Material is a fingering Alpaca yarn in natural white and hand dyed grey, purple, lime and sky-blue.

Sample I is knit in Oriole - a Merino/Linen mix. Front and back are built from 4 odd shaped quarters knitted with short-rows in garter and stocking stitch.

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