Kerenza is a romantic Cornish name that means love. What more needs to be said! I love the way this charming cardigan turned out.
Tailored up top with an a- line shaped body to give plenty of room in the hips.
Beautiful cables, pretty details all finished off with a romantic closure at the top of the front. I used Carol Feller’s wonderful yarn Nua for this design, which I also love!.
It is an amazing blend of merino, yak and linen that is absolutely dreamy to work with. And it has great stitch definition which makes it a perfect match for this cardigan.
Sometimes you just need to knit a cabled pullover in some wooly wool. When I felt this urging I turned to Blue Sky Fibers Woolstok and some unusual cable patterns and created Sydney.
Different arrangements of cable patterns on the front and back along with a unique rib pattern adds interest to this classic saddle shoulder pullover.
Woolstok a sturdy gently plied yarn has loft and lightness that gives you a warm and cozy sweater that does not weigh you down. It is the perfect yarn for this pullover.
The nerdy boy name Sidney has morphed into the polished, creative, elegant girl name Sydney just as the typical cabled pullover morphed into creative, chic Sydney pullover.
Here is the sister pattern of the Estelle cardigan. A lovely pullover that is based on the same lace pattern.
Even though this one has a bit more lace it is still a quick knit! For this one also I used the new Shibui yarn Birch!
It is very soft with a delicate halo, altogether lovely!
If you have already purchased Estelle or Estelle pullover you can get the other one for 50% off! Or if you buy both at the same time you can get the second one for 50% off!!