Sati Cardigan Construction Class February 27, 2020 08:52
Sometimes a sweater may appear so simple and basic once it's completed, but the process of making it can be quite an interesting experience. I feel like the Sati Cardigan is one of those sweaters.
It’s worked in Stockinette stitch all-over, so it’s easier to focus on the construction techniques without the added complexity of stitch patterns. This makes it a perfect pattern to highlight some beautiful hand-dyed, self striping or variegated yarn. Or, it’s a classic all-purpose sweater in a solid color.
Construction Class - Homa April 26, 2016 06:00 18 Comments
One of the things I really love about knitting is the experience of watching a piece come together out of nothing. Starting with a simple cast-on somewhere in the sweater, then seeing it grow and form into something I can wear is fascinating to me. However, at some point, I got bored with knitting sweaters using the same-old types of construction—back, front, sleeves, sew-them-up… or even seamless yokes and raglans, bottom-up or top-down. So, in comes Homa… Read more.