I finally managed to get some FO photos taken this weekend! Alas, I made the collar on my Villainous CYOAT so tight it won't go over my head, so I'll have to rip that out and redo it. But my Ripple Bralette and Currituck Sound are both gorgeous!
The only thing I'd change about my Ripple Bralette is making the straps two inches longer. I guessed on these ones, and I think I want more cleavage showing. I'm thrilled to bits with how this one came out, and I love wearing it. I already have yarn set aside for another one, and I'll remember to lengthen the straps on that one.
Ravelry Page: Ripple Bralette
Pattern: Ripple Bralette by Jessie Mae Martinson
Yarn: Tanis Fiber Arts 75/25 merino silk fingering "Ballet Slipper"
I finished my Currituck Sound on Friday night and I'm SO IN LOVE with it. I'm so glad I decided to cut out the second repeat of the zig-zag slipped stitches, because I definitely wouldn't have been able to do two-color brioche if I hadn't. In a more perfect world, I'd have been able to get another two or three inches of brioche out of the orange yarn, but I'm still super happy with how the shawl looks.
Ravelry Page: Currituck Sound
Pattern: Currituck Sound by Kristen Jancuk
Yarn: The Dyeing Arts Splendiferious Sock (blue) and The Dyeing Arts Superwash Sock (orange)- both dyed by me at a dye workshop several years ago
(I have no clue what my eye is doing in that picture, but the shawl looks GREAT)
I love your ripple barlette, the colour is so pretty and I bet you get a lot of wear out of it- a little peek under a shirt in the colder weather, a cute crop in the hot weather! and that brioche shawl... amazing.ReplyDelete