Created by: linda6885
Project

#1 Hour Project- Lacey Wristlets

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Lacey Wristlets Link to website or photo www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lacey-wristlets What are you most proud of? I have recently started designing patterns and have them on Ravelry.com. I have been knitting for 50+ years and designed many things but for myself and family, and never wrote anything down. So now I have started with small things. Infants to be exact. But the one thing I am most proud of are the two children's books that I now have on Amazon.com. 'The Knitting Ewes' Whimsical short stories about a unique flock of sheep that knit. I am in the process of writing a third book now. The books are meant for both the adult and child to enjoy together. I include a knitting pattern with each book, that is based loosely on the story. I always say ' Dream, read, and knit until the sheep come home'. What advice would you give someone starting this project? An intermediate beginner that is a little adventurous would be fine with this. And you will learn a little about lace too. Those of you who like to 'push' yourself a little, and don't want to be bored with another plain knitting project this will be fun to try and wear.

You Can Make This

linda6885 made #1 Hour Project- Lacey Wristlets with:

  • I used a DK weight yarn and a size 5 needle. It is now available for a FREE download on Ravelry.com

Project Description

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Lacey Wristlets Link to website or photo www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lacey-wristlets What are you most proud of? I have recently started designing patterns and have them on Ravelry.com. I have been knitting for 50+ years and designed many things but for myself and family, and never wrote anything down. So now I have started with small things. Infants to be exact. But the one thing I am most proud of are the two children's books that I now have on Amazon.com. 'The Knitting Ewes' Whimsical short stories about a unique flock of sheep that knit. I am in the process of writing a third book now. The books are meant for both the adult and child to enjoy together. I include a knitting pattern with each book, that is based loosely on the story. I always say ' Dream, read, and knit until the sheep come home'. What advice would you give someone starting this project? An intermediate beginner that is a little adventurous would be fine with this. And you will learn a little about lace too. Those of you who like to 'push' yourself a little, and don't want to be bored with another plain knitting project this will be fun to try and wear.

Q&A with linda6885

DaisyandFlorrie asked:
Very pretty! Love that they're a fast knit.
linda6885 answered:
Thanks Daisy and Florrie, I have had loads of compliments. Glad you like them. Check out my other patterns on Ravelry.com. and my Facebook page 'The Knitting Ewes'. Please Like and Share.

Skill Level

Beginner