Monday, February 7, 2011

Just Finished Knitting Project

My New Year Day post
was the beginning of this project.
Today it was finished!

It's a SHRUG.
If you're unfamiliar with the term,
a shrug is a short, open front jacket,
somewhat like a bolero.
My shrug is an interesting shape because
it can be worn in two ways.
The first two pictures show it with the seams on the shoulders,
creating a shorter version.

If you wear it turned upside down,
you get a longer length and fuller sleeves.

Side view of my shrug worn with
the seams at the bottom.

I knitted the shrug in my own boutique yarn

I've named it FUSION because it's a blending
of 15-20 different yarns,
creating a unique texture and colorway.

Here's the project on the needles.

I had a bit of FUSION left over,
so I knitted a scarf too!

I love this colorway.
I call it "Autumn."
Last, but not least, I've made another
colorway of FUSION.
I think I'll call this one "Plum Pudding!"

This week I'm linking with


MrsMatched said...

This is gorgeous! You are such a talented knitter.

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

WOW!! That FUSION yarn is delicious!! Love those colorways!! And, your shrug is wonderful! Exciting to see!

Finished knitting the hat last night. Still need to get elastic to finish it off!

pve design said...

I would love a shrug in black or a creamy yarn?
Love the pattern....looks like fun. How long did it take?

Stitchfork said...

Love the mix of colors! Perfect to keep you warm this winter.
xo Cathy

Olive Cooper said...

It is a lovely scrug♥

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Love the shrug and scarf. You are so talented. It would take me a year to do just a sleeve. lol

Terry said...

A D O R A B L E !

Privet and Holly said...

Girlie, you are so
so talented! And
that is nothing to
shrug off {hee hee}!!
xx Suzanne

Betty said...

I just love your shrug!! In the 50's a shrug was very popular. I'm starting a knitting class next week and I would love to have the pattern.
Thank for sharing.
Betty at My Cozy Corner.

Farmer's Wyfe said...

Sooo beautiful!! I wish I could knit. I crochet. Just can't seem to get knitting to stick in my brain! These colors are GREAT!!

Farmer's Wyfe said...

I would love to know how you make fusion yarn. Do you explain it somewhere?

AshTreeCottage said...

Love that shrug and the scarf too!

Susan and Bentley

Angie said...

Ooooh I LOVe that shrug!! Please, can you share that pattern with us? Or point us in the right direction to find it? :D Just gorgeous!

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

These are lovely. I am hosting a Valentine Giveaway. I would love for you to stop by!

Anonymous said...

I'm with everyone else.. this is beautiful. Saw it yesterday when I visited here and I've been thinking about it every since. If the pattern is not a secret I'd love to know where I can find it. Also, you totally outdid yourself with your yarn creation. Very, very yummy!

Robin said...

You are an artist...I love the shrug...the colors the textures...and your photos are just divine.

Sandy said...

Do you make any shrugs for sale? And
if so, what do you charge? Your work
is beautiful. I want to knit but can't
seem to "get" it yet.

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