An update on my Bohus cardigan, This is my commuting knitting, so the progress is steady but slow. It is the blue one, but I haven’t really followed the pattern, truth be told I haven’t even reed it except for the colour work.
This is so-pose to bee a knitting blog, but there haven’t bee much knitting lately, I have been knitting even if it hasn’t been as mush as usual. The problem is that I haven’t been up to modeling my knits, I prefer to be the one holding the camera.
This lovely cardigan is creation from the beginning of the 1940’s by Emma Jacobsson, from Bohus Stickning. There isn’t any pattern left for this beautiful creation, but I will make one some day. I think that this is the perfect dress cardigan, knitted tightly in lace weight with beautiful cables.
The pattern is named Österrikaren Austrian.
The baking paride will most likely counting for a month or so more, I’m testing recipes for our wedding, that will take place in the end of june at midsummer’s day. I’m very exited.
The only problem it that I don’t have needles small enough I’ ll probably need 1.25 mm and 1.5 mm, 2.0 mm was way to big. I wold really like to start it this weekend
I’m starting my own Bohus sweater the blue one. My mom and I made an art tour to day and the firs stop was the museum of Bohuslän (the region of sweden that I live in and come from) and I had to by my own kit for a Bohus sweater my plan was to by the large lace cooler by seeing the sweater close up The Blue One stood out, isn’t the yarn wonderful?