The second of my Coastal Knits patterns now available for purchase as an individual pdf is..
the Wildflower Cardigan.
|This is my all time favorite photo from our book.|
This feminine and lightweight cardigan was inspired by the springtime wildflowers found off of Hwy 58 in Santa Margarita.
It seems as though the Winter Wheat colorway that I chose for the original has inspired many other knitters to knit up yellow versions for themselves. Here are a few that I thought were quite nice.
|Knit by Rebecca. (Rubyangelfire on Ravelry) I like that she made a cropped version. Very cute!|
|Knit by Karen. (Quiltbaker on Ravelry) Her cat, Arwen, is a yarn snob too I am told. :)|
I'm not entirely attached to the yellow cardigans. There are some other color variations that I like as well.
|Knit by Kristen. (Kristenlynnea on Ravelry) I thought that this pink was especially cute.|
|Knit by ANOTHER Kristen. (MediaPeruana on Ravelry) I've shared some pictures of Kristen's beautiful blue version before, but I couldn't help but share another. It's awesome!|
As far as finished sweater pictures go... I just love the shots that these lovely ladies sent me.
It's not often that I get to see three versions of one design in the same picture!
|knitwit41, cdncarol and mswnola on Ravelry|
|"Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil..."|
I look forward to seeing your version next! :)
This pattern is now available individually.
Use the coupon code "walkingthroughwildflowers" in the checkout process to receive 25% off the individual pattern today only.
This special code will expire on Wednesday, October 3 at 11:59PM PST.
Or you can purchase the Coastal Knits e-book or print version HERE.