Thursday, December 9, 2010

Sweet, sweet Sorello

Little Boozle 2010

I am a fan of Georgie Hallam's patterns,
as my knitting history and pattern purchase history indicates.
When Tikki organised a mystery knit-a-long recently,
I jumped in and signed up.

Little Boozle 2010

Knitting an unknown pattern in stages is an interesting experience.
I started with enthusiasm,
then slowed down,
partly due to other commitments
and partly due to the fact that I didn't know where the pattern was going.

Little Boozle 2010

I should appreciate Tikki enough from my experience to know that I will love any of her patterns.
By the time I had finished the cute little derriere feature
and the gorgeous puffed sleeves,
I was enthused again and in love.

Little Boozle 2010

I knitted the female version of the KAL, the Sorello
(the other version was the Fratello for boys
and both patterns will be available for sale)

Little Boozle 2010

Yarn: Spotlight Basics 8 ply Pure Wool - colourway 09

Little Boozle 2010

Another plus- it is a great little pattern to stash bust some of those smaller amounts of wool.
I had red or purple and the little goddess favours red as a 2nd choice after pink.
Apparently purple is socially unacceptable.

She loves it too.

Little Boozle 2010


6 comments:

Kate said...

Oh yeah, I love the finished thing. I love it in red too.
I also started off really well but am stuck way back at stage three. And now to top it off I have found out that my kids measure waaaaaaaaaay below their age sizes and there is no way anyone will be wearing a green size 6 sorello. So, I am going to undo it and start again over the summer.
She is such a clever cookie that Georgie.

willow and moo said...

Tas, it's so totally cute! And I think it suits Miss Mae so well. :)

Clodagh a.k.a. Isra said...

it looks very cute, love the detail. Mae looks pleased too.

Maria said...

Oh my - that is so so so cute - love the little feature on the back

Sue said...

Oh totally adorable. I just need to finish the sleeves on mine and hopefully get some modelled shots over the weekend. I love using the 8 ply Spotlight too and they have so many great colors. Red is best though, and it sure looks great with the reindeer ears too.

Liz said...

Oh that is so pretty!