Every time I knit a stranded project (meaning, about once a year) I find myself lecturing myself about how I really need to not let so much time pass between efforts. Wouldn’t it be lovely to be more fluid at it? To venture into projects that are more than just a few rows of colorwork in a sea of solids? After more than a year hiatus, I finished the stranded portion of my St. Brendan-in-progress very quickly and I am hereby swearing not to go so long before I do it again! The solution: hats between sweaters.
TOP: Coronal by Erica Smith
MIDDLE LEFT: Banff by Tin Can Knits
MIDDLE RIGHT: Verso by Bristol Ivy
BOTTOM: Northdale Hat by Gudrun Johnston
The only trouble is I want them all to be black and natural …
For colorwork advice and pattern recommendations, see: Colorwork for first-timers
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