wool leaves

I glanced out my window in the midst of doing things around my home a few moments ago and saw the sun peeking through the clouds. What a sweet treat, and a great opportunity to snap some much needed pictures of FO's. I have a stack of at least 10 projects I haven't photographed yet, which means that they are sitting in pristine condition unused in my office waiting for their moment. Sad, I know… as the weather outside starts improving, I'm going to make a solid effort to get that stack photographed. Here's the blanket I snapped pics of today:




Pattern: Wool Leaves
Designer: Jared Flood
Yarn: Quince & Co. Puffin
My Rav project page here
Modeled by: my fence, again

This blanket started out as a gift for a bff that was getting married, but I ran out of steam and time. So, the gift never made it's way into her hands. I'm actually sort of happy that it didn't, because now that it's finished, I love it! My daughter loves it too, so it has found a home on the back of her couch in her new bigger room. It's the perfect size for a lap blanket. I made mine bigger than the pattern - it turned out approximately 46" X 30". I loved working with Quince & Co.'s Puffin. The yarn was such a nice match for the pattern and I love the Frost colorway.

Hugs & stitches!



rinebird said...

I recognized the pattern right away it is beautiful! rinebird on Ravelry

Lori ann said...

it's truly beautiful, i really love b.t. patterns, they have an heirloom feel to them.

Hind DP said...

This is so pretty! I love the color you chose.

Anna said...

It looks lovely. I just finished a wool leaves on the weekend. i am already plotting my next one

westknits said...

I just knit with Quince & Co. Puffin in Frost too! Such a good colorway!

mommieof4munchkins said...

So beautiful! Glad you were able to get it done :)

Enid said...

I've always liked that pattern. Yours looks beautiful.

becca said...

Beautiful! I made one of these for my niece holding Cascade 220 double. :)

Lauren Snell said...

Oak trail is just gorgeous.