This is my May Sweater. It wasn’t my favorite construction but I love the Shepherd’s Wool I knit it out of. It definitely screams May!
My March Sweater is a big gauge so it took less time! This is Seed Pod by Tara-Lynn Morrison from Purl Soho. It’s very warm for the beginning of March but will be stored by the end of March waiting for next winter. It reminds me so much of all the dried seed pods leftover in March waiting for new growth.
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I’ve lost a little of my creativity mojo this past year. Although I have been knitting a lot, I have only created one work of art. So in order to kick start my creativity before my artist residency in Glacier National Park next year, I have taken on a rather daunting challenge for myself.
I am trying to knit one sweater a month. This is a doozy of a challenge for me but I hope by packing in a lot of knitting, new techniques, and dogged willpower, I will kickstart my brain to start imagining and scheming to make original wearable art come next year.
With that in mind, I have already created my January sweater (well, in full disclosure, I finished it on February 2 but I am still counting it as January). Here is the beautiful design Incunabula by Karie Westermann. It was a wonderful pattern that flew off the needles. It’s a perfect start to my year of sweaters.
I will post later about my February sweater that is well under way!