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Attention: photo bombing 🙂

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I like them all, but I especially like this one …

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. . . greenhouse knits #2 . . .

Here is # 2: a pair of socks in the most wonderful green* I know.

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 * It is Wollmeise, of course … who else … Twin, colorway Grünfink.

It is the second pattern from the greenhouse knits e-book.

Greenhouse knits #2: a pair of socks with leaves growing along the leg. The socks are worked toe up with a heel flap. The heel is worked with short rows. There is an option to place the leaves at the left side, back or right side of the leg. The leaves are charted and fully written out.

 

Sizes
S / M / L to fit foot circumference: 19.5 / 22 / 24.5 cm (7.5 / 8.5 / 9.5 “)

Foot length: EUR 36 / 37, 38 / 39, 40 / 41
US 5 / 5.5, 6.5 / 7, 8 / 9
UK 3.5 / 4, 5 / 5.5, 6.5 / 7.5

Finished height = ± 22 cm / 8½”

What you’ll need
fingering / 4 ply: ± 300 to 330m / 330 to 360 yards

2.5 mm (US 1½) circular needle
or 5 double pointed needles

tapestry needle

sock side

Check it out here, and the other greenhouse knits here and here

Next knit from the greenhouse will be a cardigan ….

. . . greenhouse knits #3

greenhouse knits #3-    Yes, three becomes before two.

This is the third pattern from the greenhouse knits e-book. Don’t worry. # 2 hasn’t been forgotten, it is coming very very soon.

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Greenhouse knits #3: The mitts are worked from the top down to the fingers with delicate leaves twining around the forearm. The leaves are worked in twisted stitches (no cabling). These are very long mitts but can be made shorter by starting at a later round. The stitch pattern is charted and fully written out.

Sizes: S/M/L to fit circumference palm (at knuckles) : ± 16-17 / 18 / 19-20 cm (± 6-6.5 / 7 / 7.5-8 “ )
S/M/L to fit forearm (under the elbow) : ± 18-23 / 22-25 / 24-29 cm (± 7-9 / 8¾-9¾ / 9½-11½ “)

Gauge
29 sts and 42 rows in stockinette stitch = 10 x 10 cm (4”x 4”)

What you’ll need
fingering / 4 ply
± 250 to 300 m / 275 to 330 yards

3 mm (US 2½) circular needle or 5 double pointed needles

tapestry needle
2 markers

Check it out here and here

. . . greenhouse knits . . .

The first spring green …greenhouse hat +- This is the first pattern from the greenhouse knits e-book.

Variations on a theme and a color scheme: subtle, tender green leaves growing and climbing up or down … a sock, a hat, a cardigan …

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The e-book will consist of at least 8 patterns, (probably 9) that will be released one after another during spring months with the last pattern in June. Two different hats, a pair of socks, long fingerless mitts, a cardigan, a tunic, a shawl and/or scarf and a pattern for small individual leaves to use as decoration or for knitwear embellishments. leaf 2

Greenhouse knits is already available at a discounted pre-release price. The price will go up with every released pattern until all patterns have been released. Than it will be at its full price of 22 euros.

Greenhouse knits #1: a hat worked bottom up with subtle leaves growing from the brim in twisted stitches. (no cabling). It starts with a rather clever and non-fiddly way to make a neat tubular cast on. The leaves are both charted and written out.

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Sizes: available for size : S-M and L
head circumference: 52-57 cm / 58-63 cm (20½-22½” / 22¾-25”)

Gauge
22 sts and 32 rows in stockinette stitch = 10 x 10 cm (4”x4”) with the larger needle

What you’ll need
DK / 8 ply
± 140 m / 155 yards
3.5 mm (US 4) circular needle
4 mm (US 6) circular needle

crochet hook for the provisional cast on
tapestry needle
6 markers

Check it out here