I’ve just finished my latest and greatest knitted concept to date. It is tartan-inspired, Fair Isle knitted, and the result is a fabric which is completely reversible as well.
One side looks very like tartan-like, with horizontal and vertical lines crossing, while the ‘inside out’ happens to be very tweedy textured indeed.
I call my Fair Isle knitted motif “Tartan & Tweed” .
Here is one fingerless mitt, worn ‘tartan side’ out . . .
The very interesting thing is that the Shetland wool ‘fuses’ to itself so well that I’m not worried the short floats will catch on anything. Other yarns, yes … Shetland yarn, not.
The best part of this project is that I am nearly done with the pattern for it !
I will be directing you very soon as to how you may get started on your very own Tartan & Tweed knitted mitts !!!
Project details on Ravelry HERE