Hannah’s collection of six unstructured knits (all in the lovely Sparrow) is just about ready. We’re launching Knitbot Linen first thing Wednesday morning, and we’re celebrating with a giveaway: Everyone who orders a printed copy of Linen between Wednesday at launch time and Friday noon is eligible to win a prize of ten skeins of Sparrow in any of the twelve colors on offer. We love Hannah’s palette, but there are seven more colors to choose from. So be thinking.
Knitbot Linen will be available as a 36-page print book (comes with the e-book), an e-book, or as individual patterns. Photos of the pieces follow, and for specific information on finished measurements, yarn colors and amounts, visit Hannah’s blog. It’s always good to think (and order) ahead.
Now for the preview peek:
The Point of View vest. (We loved the hat for styling, but patient Abigail spent most of her posing time trying to keep the brim from covering her face. If you like behind-the-scenes photos, note the reflection of a few of us who weren’t holding the camera sitting outside the inn on the railing. We shot Hannah’s book at the Black Point Inn in Scarborough, Maine, and they very graciously gave us the run of the place.)
The Aproned Tank. Cool keyhole opening in the back, nice garter ridge detailing on the front yoke.
We published Brise before, but we brought it back in a new color for this book.
Lineal Cardi, best ever for summer.
The Surrounding Tank. The ultimate in drapiness.
And the Put a Lid on It beanie–just for fun.