framework on ravelry
We were very excited to see what Norah Gaughan would come up with for the book project we began with her several years back, which was to be all linen pieces, in Kestrel and Sparrow. Framework: Ten Architectural Knits is a stunning book, and the projects therein are so lovely, and fun to knit. Some of them are more modular, some combine both yarns in one project, some of them are purely meditative and just require a little seaming at the end.
Our pattern developer noticed a lot of great projects from Framework on Ravelry, and we wanted to share some of them with you, in celebration of this book and of linen season.
First up is pretty Gambrel, which uses a mix of Kestrel and Sparrow (below, left to right):
CraftyPeeps made her gorgeous Gambrel in Kestrel Hyacinth and Sparrow Venice (photo by Andrea Bansil).
QtMousie made her awesome version in Kestrel Cove and Sparrow Mica (photo by @wakked on IG).
Socks4Judy knit this sweet version of Gambrel in Kestrel Antler and Sparrow Lunar (photo by LysandraKnits on Rav).
We spied many gorgeous versions of the cover beauty, Walkway, in Sparrow (below, left to right):
Distelbluete's Walkway looks excellent in Paprika (photo by Distelbluete).
marielaar's stunning Walkway is in bright Hibiscus (photo by @robdehmer on IG).
ValTurner74 made her beautiful Walkway in Port.
Cella is another mix of Kestrel and Sparrow, using both yarns in its pretty openwork mesh pattern (below, left to right):
Demetria made her sweet Cella in Kestrel Urchin and Sparrow Banyon (photo by Demetria).
City-Kitty's sunny version of Cella is in Kestrel Yarrow and Sparrow Citron.
SamanthaLW used the original (stunning) color way for her Cella in Kestrel Anemone and Sparrow Pink Grapefruit (photo by David VanDusen).
How fun is it to see Norah's stunning pieces in different colorways? Well done, friends, and thanks for letting us share your work!
Framework is on sale at a special price from now through Sunday, April 14, 2019, and is available in print (with ebook version included), ebook only, and as individual patterns.