Thursday, November 10, 2016

november post 8: camurac cardi & hygge

DROP DEAD EASY KNITS  this weekend at PINS and NEEDLES in Princeton NJ*
Friday Nov 11 5-8pm wine, snack, booksigning and hanging out--just drop in!
Saturday Nov 12th  Photo Scavenger Hunt workshop w/Gale Zucker 10-1
                                Lucy & Either Cowl knitting workshop with Kirsten Kapur 1:30-4:30
there are a couple of spots left in each class- contact the shop and join us!
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If ever there was a season that calls for hygge, it is now. Creating a coziness and warmth and light and appreciation for the good things in life-- I am clinging to these. I'm planning get togethers with friends, and small treats. I ordered really kickass warm new boots, so I won't skip walks in the cold.  I'm stacking the cozy knit project cast-ons  like planes waiting to take off at O'Hare. One of them is this Camurac Cardigan.
Like everything in Drop Dead Easy Knits, it is stylish but not fussy. Aran weight, good and slouchy with pockets (love me pockets on a cardi). Detailing on the hem and lapels that are fun to knit. I have a store bought cardi that I wear all the time that is similar--except my Camurac is going to be so. much. nicer. And it will be a cozy and fairly quick knit. Win-win.
See what I mean about the pockets? Another great design from Kirsten Kapur. It should have a hygge stamp of approval on it.

6 comments:

AsKatKnits said...

Yes, yes, and more yes! I don't have any yarn in my stash (I mean really, how on earth is that even a possibility!!) And, this cardigan is a must knit. So, I think a bit of retail therapy is in order! XO

Carole Julius said...

That's a great looking sweater!

gale (she shoots sheep shots) said...

Agree!

Kym said...

Such a perfect cardigan!

Mary Lou said...

I want to make this next. I may have to buy yarn...

twinsetellen said...

Yes, one of many wonderful designs to enhance hygge.