Hump Day Inspiration – Sweaters

It’s Wednesday (Hump Day!) and we thought you might enjoy beautiful sweater inspiration from some of our talented customers. (Photos from our photo galleries. You can find more here.)

Sweater Inspiration

  1. Cherylann knit Dark and Stormy out of Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd’s Wool Worsted in Denim
  2. Danielle knit Kashima out of Manos del Uruguay Serena in 2150 Fig
  3. Karen knit An Aran for Anne out of Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Worsted in Monrovia
  4. Jennifer knit Central Park Hoodie out of Dream in Color Classy in Visual Purple
  5. Melanie knit Ravello out of The Loopy Ewe Solid Series in Dove, Cerulean, and White
  6. Lori knit Cinnamon Bark out of Dream in Color Classy in Dusky Aurora
  7. Bonnie knit Pumpkin Ale out of Cascade 220 Superwash in Charcoal
  8. Karen knit Wicked out of Dream in Color Classy in Midnight Derby
  9. Kim knit Etching out of Malabrigo Arroyo in Aguas

What is the last sweater pattern that you knit up? And what’s on your sweater list for 2015?

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8 comments

  1. These sweaters are just beautiful!

    I’m working on a Sibella out of Mad Tosh Pashmina that I bought from the Loopy Ewe. I have quite a bit of the body and one sleeve done.

  2. Wow! I’m always amazed at the expert knitters Loopy has! I haven’t really done a full adult sweater. I’ve knit 1 baby sweater from Joji Locatelli. I have knit 2 vests. hehe. no arms!! I am going to attempt a sweater for Academy out of Manos Serena (so soft!). I believe it is going to be the Striped Sweater from Purl Bee. Unless I change my mind. 🙂

  3. I’m working on Mi Escuelita a little girls sweater for a my 4YO BFF. When a 4 YO asks you for a new sweater, you comply.

    I should finish this week 🙂

    Since I’m about to give birth any day now, I think a baby sweater out of the left overs might be in order 🙂 Or something for my brother’s new little one. I just love a Baby Surprise Jacket don’t you?

    1. So true – never say no to a four year old who wants a hand knit sweater. (And yes, I do love the Baby Surprise jacket.) Congrats on the new (soon) baby!

  4. These sweaters are all very nicely done! I find myself drawn to #1 and am wondering how a shawl collar would look on me.

    I have a sweater in my WIP stash. Not going to work on it because I’m doing Loopy Academy.

  5. My most recent sweater was Tea with Jam and Bread using Spud and Chloe Sweater. It is such a warm sweater that I am enjoying wearing it a lot during this cold winter.

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