I love linen in the summer. It’s cool and crisp, and feels just right to wear. I’m hoping for a long slow slide into fall, because I’m not done with summer yet!
Kittiwake is a breezy summer shell that knits up quickly in Kestrel, Quince & Co’s Aran weight chainette linen. The chainette keeps it light and airy, and is easier on my hands for knitting.
Worked flat in 2 pieces from the hem up, Kittiwake features an undulating wave edging and a simple lace pattern that resembles a kittiwake, or gull.
I’ve included three hem options: Plain hem, split hem, and split shirttail hem. Instructions are both written and charted.
I’ve also swatched this with Berroco’s Remix, and it makes a lovely fabric that is spot on for gauge.
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Thanks to tech editor Meaghan Schmaltz, and test knitter Ann Berg. Thanks also to my sister Sharon for modeling with me!
So lovely, simple and elegant!
Thank you! I let the lace do the talking, which makes it easier.
Köszönöm, Nagyon szépek!
PDXKnitterati ezt írta (időpont: 2019. aug. 19., Hét 18:32):
> pdxknitterati posted: “I love linen in the summer. It’s cool and crisp, > and feels just right to wear. I’m hoping for a long slow slide into fall, > because I’m not done with summer yet! Kittiwake is a breezy summer shell > that knits up quickly in Kestrel, Quince & Co’s ” >
That is absolutely lovely! What a great summer top 🙂 Both fabrics look lovely – beautiful design!
Thank you! It was a fun project, and I love them.