I love Spring time! All the cliches – longer evenings, brighter days, better weather, the smell of fresh cut grass. All that jazz. But as a knitter, I appreciate it so much more because it’s always interesting to see the patterns that come out at this time of year. Battling against the misconception that knitting should be restricted to ‘winter woolies’ only.
So store away your hats, mittens, chunky scarves and oversized jumpers. Here’s my pick of the latest Spring time knits this season!
I’m a bit of a blog fiend, whether that be knitting and craft blogs, lifestyle and travel blogs (not good for my purse at all) or anything food related (not good for my waistline either)! I keep up to date with most of the blogs I follow using Bloglovin’. Shortrounds is on there too, but it’s a great resource to keep current with your favourite bloggers, and discover new ones too!
After finishing the Honeymaker, I enjoyed using Quince & Co. yarn so much, I immediately bought two more patterns to attempt. One of these was the Olga sweater knitting pattern, designed by the very talented Olga Buraya Kefelian. All of Olga’s knitwear designs have a classic and timeless feel, and yet are modern and bring something different and new. Her website Olga Jazzy showcases a number of her inspiring patterns – please go take a look!