This Double V venture has a stitch pattern I love. Both the look of it once it's done and the rhythm of it to knit. Just a four row repeat and within that on the two purl rows you just work the stitch as it is. That only leaves the two knit rows requiring anything like thought and happily not much of that as to me they make sense. By that I mean it seems obvious to my hands and brain what I should do next to get the pattern to work. I don't always find that with lace repeats so it's a pleasure not to have to think too hard about this as it flows along.
That leaves plenty of brain space for sweet daydreams of the finished item which will fit me PERFECTLY. Daydreams of how I shall waft around in the heat of the summer in my new maxi dress, suitably summery cocktail in hand. Ooh how delightful!
Well you know how one good idea leads to another....
Fly fingers fly! So many pretty summery cardis to knit so little time! Here's hoping cardi and the hazy summer days to wear it in style become more than just a dream!
It's lovely to see your garment adventures, I'm still not quite at that stage yet, I'm waiting until I have a handle on gauge! Do you know, I measured the gauge on my latest sock, and I almost fainted when I discovered it was 7.5 stitches to the inch, JUST LIKE THE PATTERN SAYS!!!!! Oh my, what an achievement... bigger things are on their way!
This cardigan looks lovely, can't wait to see it on! And yes, it will look stunning with the maxi!
Fly, fingers, fly!