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Carmen Perez Aguado
Shalloowtail with 3/28 Cashmere
Mittwoch, 14. Dezember 2011 19:17:05
I love this yarn¡¡ I used 58 grams with 3.5mm Addi circular lace needles. Probably I will repeat the pattern in others colours
Montag, 12. Dezember 2011 16:47:38
Montag, 12. Dezember 2011 16:42:56
My daughter is very fond of Victorian England, and I tied her the sweater as a gift.
Yarn of Colourmart 2 / 28 cashmere / silk / merino (20/20/60) Navy, the knit mashine, density is 4, in two additions. Very soft yarn after washing, I'm in love with her. Thanks, Richard!
Sparkle sparkle everywhere but not a swatch to see...
Sonntag, 04. Dezember 2011 20:52:00
I have neglected to swatch the cashmere 76T/22T on it's own but now I can't say enough nice things about it...it's just lovely and sooo soft that you may not notice the metallic sparkle in it, at least not by feel!
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"Night Fury" sweater with 2/15NM 4ply wt 30/70 cashmere/merino navy mix
Mittwoch, 21. September 2011 00:46:11
Bunny-soft yarn for my little Baby Bunny! A wonderful yarn, even before wash, however oil-removal makes it unbelievably soft! I used it with yarn held single, knitted with US#2/2.75mm needles directly from the cone, followed by oil removal. The final gauge was 38st/55.5r = 10/10cm (4/4in).
If I would fit in this sweater, I would wear it too! More info and pics on my Ravelry project page: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/locaknits/night-fury
Alexandra (locaknits on Ravelry)
Lilliputian made with Cashmere/Silk 12/36NM Heavy DK Weight
Montag, 19. September 2011 23:44:32
Done in Lilac. Machine washed, dried till damp and then I added the buttons.
The yarn is delicious to touch and feel - even before oil removal it was soft. But after, oh after!
Miro cardigan in 2/28 laceweight 100%cashmere (1)
Freitag, 16. September 2011 04:58:56
This is a crocheted project, inspired from 3 paintings by Joan Miro. I worked it from scrap sets of 2/28 laceweight cashmere yarn with (I believe) a 1.75 or 2mm crochet hook (I don't know the size of my hook for sure), at a gauge of 40st/23rows (double crochet/US treble/UK) = 10/10cm (4/4in). Yarn was held single. It weighs 195 grams, so it’s almost 3000 yards crocheted in there!