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Wow!  Thanks for all of the nice comments about the Staccato Hoodie.  I picked up the last skein of Dream in Color for the third child's hoodie, so it's time to cast on. 

A lot of you have asked about the pattern, it is in the works.  I've decided to do it in a large range of sizes, from children's XXS to adult XXL.   I just need to finish tweaking the numbers.

Meanwhile, a little something I finished a week ago.  It's been worn non-stop since I cast off, and so needed to be blocked a second time before we could take photos.  I guess that speaks well for Cheryl Niamath's pattern.   It's very versatile, and highly wearable.   Without further ado, I give you Wisp.

Wisp 4 Wisp 6 Wisp 8 Wisp 5 Pattern:  Wisp by Chery Niamath, Knitty Summer 2007
Yarn:  The Plucky Knitter, Single Ply Merino Handpainted Fingering Weight

On Raverly here.


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Lovely! The color is just fabulous, too.

I really like that in the non-fuzzy yarn. Those colors are really delicious.

Oh my gosh I haven't ever seen that pattern before, I LOVE IT!!!

Wow -- passed right over that pattern in the past because the yarn didn't appeal to me and I felt like it obscured the stitch pattern. Much more enticing in the yarn you chose! Off to dig through the sock yarn stash...

That's so pretty!

ahhh. it looks so light and wispy. :)
wonderful. really wonderful.

Wispy and wonderful indeed!

Hi Kirsten. Tinker says thank you for the good wishes.

I love the colour of this and the buttons set it off beautifully.

I'm just about to knit a couple of your Thorpes for 2 little girls who have recently lost their mum. I think a bit of woolly love is required there.

I really love your version with the great colors!

Absolutely lovely! It looks so pretty in this yarn, off to go find some to make my own!

Gorgeous and very inspiring! I think I will make it as a Christmas gift for someone.

Always amazing, the difference the yarn makes, isn't it? I love it!

yeahhhh!!!! I'm so excited! :) - if you want a test knitter, sign me up for the stripey sweater!


that is a lovely wrap, the colour is fab with those buttons.

Love the color and the yarn. I would never have thought to use a fingering weight. Great choices!

The fingering weight is amazing with this pattern! I liked the original yarn shown on Knitty, but I LOVE your version.

That is a great pattern! I missed it when I looked at Knitty, but I just had to go back and see it again. I love it. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

LOVE it!... color/stitch defintion is awesome.

I so enjoy your work. I love this color yarn ,will check it out . Thanks for your blog, Judy from Alaska ~~~

You realize that your models can sell us on anything right? But she doesn't have to on this - it's beautiful!

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