I love both of your Kauni sweaters, especially the roses. After seeing all of the beautiful sweaters that knitters are making from this yarn, I may need to save up and buy some! I look forward to seeing the sweaters' grow!
Beautiful work, lovely colors!
I love love love the teal/rainbow Kauni cardi. I desperately want to knit one for my daughter -- do you know of any children's patterns that would work (she is 8)?
makes me totally want to knit a sweater...that is sooooo beautiful, but i'm up to my eyeballs in natural dyeing at the moment!
http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/en/visoppskrift.php?d_nr=52&d_id=21&lang=us gorgeous cardiganand http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/en/visoppskrift.php?d_nr=52&d_id=28&lang=us for a great pulloverany free sweater pattern will work even with your own charts.
very, very beatiful - i love the way the colors change, while the pattern keep going on.regards from Dorte, Dk
Holy smokes, your Kauni is beyond beautiful! Get ready to get lots of hits...Steph is directing traffic, heh.
Oh, Jeanie! This sweater gets better and better every day. Is the stranded pattern your own - and if so, are you willing to share? I think you've inspired me to do my Kauni differently ...
contact me directly by clicking on an email me link on the right side of blog about pattern for kauni.
Wow! Gorgeous sweater! And I have some Kauni waiting patiently for me to finish my work knitting so we can play, and I would also love to know what sort of pattern you are using!
Jeanie-It may be too early in the morning, but I can't find your email link over to the right on the page. I would also love to know where you found the stitch pattern you are using for your Kauni. Lynda@Luna-Aromatics.com Thanks SO much!
look in older books and online for hundreds of graphs for socks, mittens, sweaters, i found so many i cant wait to do another one.
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