CHERRY by Anna Bell.
I've had the yarn for this cute little cardi since last summer (bought wicked cheap from Webs), but let it lie in favor of some fall projects. This is a definitely, most likely (how's that for definitive?) the next on the needles after hourglass (probably, maybe. ha!).
Something about htis pattern just calls to me. Maybe it's the simple lines appropriately paired with jeans or a printed skirt. It just rings with versatility and would work for both work and play, a requirement with my knits. Plus, I've never tried Blue Sky anything and the selection of cotton colors hits the spot. The question: Should I go with Pickle (a true green) or Pumpkin (a more mellow orange than the Poppy pictured)? And something about Tomato feels right, too. And Aloe's pretty, too....Thoughts? I'm the most indecisive person ever. It's tough because none of the LYS nearby carry this line and I've been burned by internet color speculation before.
DOLLAR AND A HALF CARDIGAN by Veronik Avery.
This piece stuck out to me even from the teeny tiny thumbnails on the IW site. It seems I'm not the only one as it's popping up all over blogland. I think I'll pick up some Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece as a cost-effective option with plenty of color selection (although I'll probably stick with the cocoa color or maybe a chartreuse).
ORANGINA by Stefanie Japel.
I must knit this. Last year I thought, "oh, that's last year's bandwagon, knit one of the newer patterns." Trouble is, I just can't shake this pattern. I'm thinking I'll make it in white or maybe a tomato color if I don't make the tomato Ribbed Tank. Or teal.
SIZZLE by Wendy Bernard.
A perfect way to sample some delicious yarn and yield a sexy tank! No clue about yarn selection, maybe bamboo or something lustery and nighttime-appropriate.