Introducing Estelle

September 11, 2017 by Jennifer Wood

Estelle by Jennifer Wood

A charming little cardigan with just a bit of decoration. Starting with a lace yoke and ending with a pretty rib, this mainly Stockinette cardigan is a quick knit.

Estelle by Jennifer Wood

Estelle means star making it the perfect name because the lace emblems reminds me a stars with purl tails.

Estelle by Jennifer Wood

I used the new Shibui yarn Birch! It is very soft with a delicate halo, altogether lovely!

Estelle by Jennifer Wood

I have also designed a pullover with the same lace pattern in the shape of a v that I will be publishing in late October or early November!

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Mae Bonnet is here!

August 22, 2017 by Jennifer Wood

Mae Bonnet by Jennifer Wood

So sweet! These baby bonnets are a simple, very quick project. They are worked all in one piece, only two ends to weave in!

Mae Bonnet by Jennifer Wood

The pattern includes directions for a plain Stockinette stitch bonnet and one adorned with flowers.

Mae Bonnet by Jennifer Wood

There are 6 sizes, 3 for DK weight yarn and 3 for worsted weight yarn. Perfect for shower gifts and photo props. What a sweet way to use partial skeins in your stash!

Mae Bonnet by Jennifer Wood

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Introducing Amia

July 24, 2017 by Jennifer Wood

Amia by Jennifer Wood

Gradient bliss! This beautiful shawl has a nice rhythmic lace pattern that is kept interesting with the change of colors.

Amia by Jennifer Wood

The arrangement of stitches creates a wavy effect in the fabric and a diagonal stair step border between the color changes.

Amia by Jennifer Wood

The combination of the stitch pattern and pretty gradient generate a simply elegant shawl.

Amia by Jennifer Wood

I used Julie Asselin’s beautiful gradient for the shawl, a pure pleasure to work with. Amia means beloved and this has definitely become my beloved shawl!

Amia by Jennifer Wood

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Introducing Frances

June 19, 2017 by Jennifer Wood

Frances by Jennifer Wood

Such a fun knit! This design is one of those that is much simpler to knit than appears. It is an easily learned cable pattern mixed with simple eyelet stitch.

Frances by Jennifer Wood

 

People will think you are a knitting genius when they see your work! It is a dropped shoulder worked from the top down with positive ease and fitted sleeves to make a comfortable, flattering fit.

Frances by Jennifer Wood

 

I really like the name Frances but could not think not think of a way to connect “free man” the meaning of the name to the sweater. But decided to go with it anyway because somehow it seems fitting.

Frances by Jennifer Wood

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