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Cherry picking with Ann Budd

Cherry

Next up–this week. Tomorrow.

We’re putting the finishing touches on Ann Budd’s cool collection of accessories. (Need page numbers and a title for the book.)

Each of Ann’s accessories (hat, mittens, gloves, scarf, and socks) is written up for five gauges, one each for Q’s basic wool yarns: Finch (fingering), Chickadee (sport), Lark (light worsted), Osprey (aran), and Puffin (chunky). Each piece is worked in a simple textured stitch that you can mix and match. So, doing the math, that’s five pieces in five gauges (= 25 patterns), then five stitch patterns interchangeable in five patterns in five gauges… How many choices does that make?

Try Ann’s booklet and cherry pick your yarn, gauge, stitch pattern, and color. Great way to warm up for fall knitting.

Knitting with wool again. Just. Can’t. Wait.

 

 

 

5 Responses to “Cherry picking with Ann Budd”

  1. Laura P says:

    I just. can’t. wait. to see your new patterns!

  2. Bonnie Klatt says:

    Number of potential choices: 125

  3. Pat says:

    This is wonderful that the patterns are written for 5 gauges! I am waiting patiently! I love her designs…..

  4. Therese says:

    I just bought this book and think it is great! I can see using this time and again.

  5. lori says:

    such a cute cherry pink hat!

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