are you just about ready to start gift knitting for the holidays? or suddenly feeling the chill wind of november nipping at your cuffs and neck? maybe this neckwarmer and mitts set will fill the bill—classic architectural detail translated into a handknit fabric, texural yet refined.
knit up in fine, soft fingering yarn, these pieces are light enough to be worn indoors, but provide a warming layer at the edges of your outerwear as well, especially with a bit of luxury fiber thrown into the yarn blend.
shown here, size small in dirty water dyeworks bertha, a fine 3-ply merino/cashmere/nylon sock blend, in colorway smoke.
glass pendant earring shown on this page are a recent purchase from moving mud—i just love the way the yellow glass catches the gorgeous light we had yesterday for the photo shoot.
david has created another little film to celebrate the release of this pattern, which he’ll be posting it shortly on the knitspot youTube channel
speaking of david, i am extremely grateful to him for sacrificing a good chunk of a perfect day for roofing work to photograph several articles for upcoming pattern releases. even though the photo shoot delayed his project plans, he patiently worked with me to make the most of yesterday’s incredible light to bring you a lovely portfolio of photos. and we had a LOT of fun doing it—let’s take a look at the extended story in pictures . . .