Champagne Cardigan by PetiteKnit

My real opinion about this cardigan. My biggest fear is making a cardigan that fits poorly. I often see cardigans that won't stay put on the shoulders, the top button is straining under the tension of holding the cardigan together, or it is constantly falling backward and choking me. That's why I haven't knitted too... Continue Reading →

Sille Slipover by Petite Knit

My Petite Knit obsession continues. Truth be told, after watching Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, I immediately wanted to knit Ryan a light gray slipover. When I saw Petite Knit's design was a close match, I knew it had to happen. Funny where inspiration comes from. I used the Sille Slipover pattern from Petite... Continue Reading →

Monday Sweater by Petite Knit

I obviously have a thing for Petite Knit patterns. I just love the simplicity and look of all her sweaters, and the patterns are written in a style I find easy to understand. I recently found an article about her and wasn't surprised to find out she's a doctor and writes knitting patterns like she... Continue Reading →

Caramel Sweater by Petite Knit

I finished this marshmallowy soft sweater just in time for my birthday! The pattern is the Caramel Sweater from Petite Knit, and it is so lovely. I made a few adjustments to the original pattern, so the front and back were balanced. Otherwise, this pattern is well-written. Project Information Here's the size information about the... Continue Reading →

Cumulus Tee by PetiteKnit

Project Info PatternCumulus Tee by PetiteKnitMade forMeSizeLNeedleUS 2½ (3.0mm) and US 1½ (2.5mm)Gauge28 sts / 40 rows = 4 inin Stockinette Stitch using larger needlesYarnKnitting for Olive Pure SilkHow much?4 skeins, 1092 yards, 1000 metersColorwayCopper This was a straight forward project. I didn't have to make any alterations and the pattern fits beautifully. Part way... Continue Reading →

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