10 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday: Watercolor”

  1. Interesting!! My daughter has knit some seed stitch cowls in more solid colors of Madelinetosh and the way the light plays on the texture is simply magnificent.

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  2. I read your comment on Carole Knits so here I am commenting. I recently found your blog but I don’t remember how I discovered it. Your move to the Bay Area is of interest to me as my husband grew up in Berkeley, went to Cal,and is yearning to go back.

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  3. I am a regular reader delurking to say I love this scarf. (and, yes, Carole’s post does have something to do with my deciding to comment.)
    I LOVE the colors in this scarf. I have made one baktus scarf – the lacy version, and I love it. I am “challenged” when it comes to figuring out how to change a pattern. Would you mind sharing how you did the 4 row pattern to make it come out as seed stitch? I’d appreciate that.

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  4. yea Susan!! Thanks for commenting 🙂 Warms my heart!
    SO all I did was change my YO to be at the end of Row 1 and then added some Moss stitch
    Its truly a lesson on reading your stitches. Basically I am just adding in pattern the extra stitch every 4th row – sometimes though that may mean I will knit two stitches in a row. I use my first couple of stitches to set the pattern and then I go from there!
    CO 4
    Row 1: K1, p1, k1, YO, p1
    Row 2: K1, k1tbl, p1, k1, p1
    Row 3: P1, k1, p1, k1, p1
    Row 4: K1, p1, k1, p1, k1
    Row 5: K1,p1, k1, p1, YO, k1
    Row 6: P1, p1tbl, k1, p1, k1, p1
    Row 7: P1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1
    and so on and so forth… does that help you some?
    Let me know!
    M
    I am a regular reader delurking to say I love this scarf.  (and, yes, Caroles post does have something to do with my deciding to comment.)  
    I LOVE the colors in this scarf.  I have made one baktus scarf – the lacy version, and I love it.  I am challenged when it comes to figuring out how to change a pattern.  Would you mind sharing how you did the 4 row pattern to make it come out as seed stitch?  Id appreciate that.

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