Project Love: A tribute to your creativity

October 2, 2017
By Janina Kallio


For many knitters, the most exciting part of starting a new project is picking the perfect yarn for it. Whether we go stash-diving or yarn-shopping, we can spend hours looking for that special combination of fibre and colour we have in mind. Our choices reflect our personality, and we can create a million different shawls with the same pattern.

While browsing on Ravelry, we noticed that some knitters get extra creative with their projects… Adding a little something to our designs, and making their shawls look even more special. It may be a picot bind-off, an extra colour, some stripes, or even tiny sparkling beads.

Today in Project Love, we are paying tribute to the queens of customisation.

Passeggiata knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Tiina’s Passeggiata with Pirtin Kehräämö Kampalanka 90 TEX x 3
Photo© hupsis on Ravelry
Songbird knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Colette’s Songbird with Miss Click Clack Shark Bay Silky Merino and Rowan Kidsilk Haze
Photo© lottie1004 on Ravelry

 

Shine knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Ingrid’s Shine with Lanitium ex Machina Silky Merino Sock
Photo© mpiggy on Ravelry
Quatrefoil knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Juliane’s Quatrefoil with Pickles Angora
Photo© geyfa on Ravelry

 

Ardent knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Ella’s Ardent with Malabrigo Yarn Sock
Photo© Mylen72 on Ravelry
Desert Rain knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Maria’s Desert Rain with YlloTyll Lin
Photo© Mameluckan on Ravelry

 

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