Created by: capitalK
Project

Painted Layers of Spokane

What are you most proud of? I find I knit patterns that few have discovered - -not intentionally, but it turns out that way. So, when I am done, and it is just like the designer's, I am happy! And the designers should take all the credit for writing an awesome pattern that requires little help from other knitters or themselves! ; ) Thank you for that! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go for it. You can make beauty with this one!!!

You Can Make This

capitalK made Painted Layers of Spokane with:

  • Two colors of fingering yarn
  • beads
  • and knitting needles.

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I find I knit patterns that few have discovered - -not intentionally, but it turns out that way. So, when I am done, and it is just like the designer's, I am happy! And the designers should take all the credit for writing an awesome pattern that requires little help from other knitters or themselves! ; ) Thank you for that! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go for it. You can make beauty with this one!!!

Q&A with capitalK

capitalK asked:
I did not add the beads on the green... the rolling was left on the bottom layer - -I like it!
capitalK answered:
I am going to reblock in a crescent shape... I blocked too lightly, and want to try again!
carbiebash asked:
What yarn did you use...love the colors. We just got back from Washington State and we drove through the Cascades....such beautiful colors in the lakes and trees.
capitalK answered:
I used Madelinetosh Sock in the green (Cousteau), and Colinette Jitterbug for the top layer (Jay). Wasn't it beautiful? I loved it. I was there in June... gorgeous!

Skill Level

Beginner

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