WIP Hello Winter

So summer vacation is coming to a close and I have the knitting addiction again –  I love when this happens.  I feel so into my projects that I wake up and feel like jumping out of bed so I can get knitting.  In the summer I am a lazy knitter, but as soon I feel like fall is nearing I get knitting energy.

I have two aran sweaters that both of my grandmas knit many years ago.  I want to knit one for myself that I will wear all the time.  I have knit Aidez by Cirilla Rose twice and I never wear either…the fit is just not right!  Sleeves are too tight and that makes it very uncomfortable.  Ive been researching a pattern and found Hello Winter by yellowcosmo.  I wanted raglan style with all over cables.  The charts are very well written and I don’t want to put my knitting down, its a bit obsessive.  I am knitting with our new fall color way Oyster and I am in love.

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We will be sharing our new color ways soon – so stay tuned!  We have a lot of new and exciting things in the works at Nice & Knit!  We are transitioning our Etsy shop to a shop that will be part of our website.  This will be easier for you to pick your weights and color ways!  We need a few more hours attached to everyday to reach all of our goals.

I also wanted to share this incredible sweater!  It is so exciting to see all of the beautiful projects knit in Nice and Knit Yarns.

Knit by StitchMimi Wenlock by Tincanknits on Ravlery  and in Nice & Knit Harpoon


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Thank you so much for sharing this on instagram & on Ravelry – its stunning!

8 Comments on “WIP Hello Winter

  1. I get that same itch to knit in the fall too – mine just struck a few days ago. We’ve had a few nights of cooler weather and – bang! – I am ready to get to knitting!

    The cables you are working up are beautiful – can’t wait to see the finished result!

  2. So lovely! My mum used to knit when she still had a good eye. She’s really good on knitting like table cloth, cardigan…
    Wish I have more extra time to knit.

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