Friday, March 7, 2014

Customer FOs: Fall 2013, Part III

Hello! It's Kara again with the final installment of the Fall project highlights. Yay! Yes, it's taken me a bit longer to get to Part 3 than anticipated, but there were many demands on my time (okay, school and work put many demands on my time).

If you've just joined us, I'm Kara and you can find my bio in the side bar. I help Rachel write the FO posts. FOs are Finished Objects: any item knitted, crocheted, woven, felted, spun or otherwise transformed from Dyeabolical yarns or spinning fibers into another form (e.g. yarn knitted in to mittens, warp crocheted in to dishcloths, fiber in to a felted object, dyed top spun in to yarn).

So let's talk projects:

Lynne knit this amazing sweater - the Clear Creek Pullover - out of I Love Rock 'n Roll in Super Ego. She has more pictures on her project page, but I like how you can see the collar detail in this one. Great work, Lynne!

From Jamie, we have a pair of Sockhands fingerless mitts (Rachel's pattern) out of Alter Ego in a OOAK colorway. Yay Sockhands! (project page)

From Kara (me!), a pair of Skew Socks in Strong Arm (discontinued) in Wicked Garden. I avoided knitting these for so long, but they are wonderful. I would bet that one of the new Dyeabolical sock yarns being released would make a great pair of Skews. (project page)

From a different Kara, we have another gorgeous Vittorio using the Eye of Newt colorway. Wonderful! (project page)

Last, but certainly not least, from Amy we have a gorgeous Spectra using handspun Unbirthday and a non-Dyeabolical solid. You guys have to check out her project page for more photos - the Unbirthday is just so amazing in this pattern. 

As always, another set of amazing FOs made out of Dyeabolical yarn and fiber. Such great work, everyone. We'll check in next time with FOs from January and February. As always, if you'd like to see your FO featured here, send me an email at starmonkeybrass(at)gmail(dot)com or send me a message on ravelry, where you can find me as karamichele. Keep crafting with your Dyeabolical yarn and fiber and we will see you next time! 



1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous projects all!
    Sheila
    http://sheilazachariae.blogspot.com/2014/02/cath-kidstongreengate-inspired-bakeware.html

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