Autumn Knitting.

I have been knitting a lovely cloak since the start of August called Liv by Martin Storey published in Nordic Knits: 29 stylish small project (wonderful book, I recommend it, it really is lovely) It has been very easy knitting as once the cable pattern was memorised it was ideal to knit without thinking whilst everything has been going on. I have carted it with me everywhere, it was reassuring in a world that had become and still is intense, confusing and often very crazy. It was only later that I realised I had picked a pattern called Liv, I think there was some sort of cosmic wit in that especially as I chose to knit it before our world became a series of consultations and hospitals.

I thought you might like a quick update, the back is finished and I am on the homeward jaunt on the front.

I am falling very deeply in love with it, I chose to knit it in Rowan Scottish Tweed aran in Lewis Blue.

This is the back and I am not sure where I am going to block it, its huge.

But today I shall continue with the knitting, the barometer says change, the cats are in and dozing gently on beds and I can see rust coloured leaves floating down from the trees in the wind, I must knit faster.

4 thoughts on “Autumn Knitting.

  1. Carie says:

    It's fabulous! I've no idea where you could block it though – foam boards on your bed maybe? In you pictures I see the cable pattern as lots of little chest X-rays. Little spines lungs and heart – liv indeed!


  2. amelia says:

    I can't wait to see the finished product. I love your knitting and this colour is fabulous.It must be so hard to keep a sense of normalcy at this time but I'm sure knitting helps!


  3. Allyson says:

    Man, I wish those leaves would slow down so we could enjoy them longer. Nordic Knits sounds so wonderful and cozy, I wish I could knit, it is on my to-do list though. Looks great so far!


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