bayside

February 24, 2012

Bayside Pullover by Hannah Fettig from the fabulous Coastal Knits.
 My 4th garment from this book!  I love them all.
Yarn is the discontinued Rowan Yorkshire Tweed 4 Ply in Dessicated.

 The yarn is next-to-the-skin soft.  And beautiful.  Hey, it's tweed!  
Sometimes you wonder why a yarn is discontinued.
 I'm crazy about a simple, well-fitting pullover with simple details.
 Lovely detail on the sides.  I used the "cable needle free" method.
Today I went to Stitches West where I met Alana Dakos and other "knitting stars"!
Pictures tomorrow!

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12 Comments

  1. Hi Kristen! Alana with Coastal Knits is at Stitches this weekend. You should meet her! I thought of you today when I was there. Thanks to you, I bought a copy of her book :)

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  2. Beautiful! I love a good pullover too, and this one is perfect!

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  3. So lovely, a really beautiful sweater. Looks cozy and warm.

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  4. Oops! I just had a chance to read this entire post and see that you already met her. I couldnt wait to tell you :)

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  5. love it! ...and of course you've styled the photo shoot beautifully, too! (off to check out the details on Ravelry!!)

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  6. Love your sweater, love your cool yard, love your boots! Love the book, which, like Susan above, I ALSO bought because of you! (You should get a commission!)

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  7. I love this! I agree - this type of simple design is so wearable. Love your new header too :-) Are they blooming already over there?

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  8. Your Bayside is beautiful! I just discovered your blog! You knit beautifully! Gardening is so zen too! I can feel that I will become a regular visitor!

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  9. ahhh I was just looking at your version on Rav yesterday beautiful beautiful.
    I have a yarn tucked away for this one too.

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  10. Beautiful, elegant simplicity! Love this in the white tweed. I hope you had a good time at Stitches.

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  11. Gorgeous sweater! Love the casual, yet stylish look with the skirt and boots!

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  12. I love this pull over and especially the side and cuffs. I wear a lot of pull overs but sadly I don;t knit them..Just beautiful........

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