Seattle’s trying doggedly to turn the corner into spring over the last few weeks. It’s been warming up (sorta), and we’ve even been having little spurts of sunny weather. The daffodils are desperately trying to bloom, and the tulips are struggling to recover after the cold snap and snow we got a few weeks ago. It’s just about time, too, since tomorrow is the first day of spring! (At least according to the calendar.)
And, of course, since it’s Seattle, we’ve been having lots and lots (and lots) of spring rain. We’ve had light drizzles, intermittent showers, and little drips. It’s poured, we’ve lived with days of low, overcast skies, and steady drenching rain. In other words- it’s real wet around here.
So let’s celebrate those spring showers (and hopefully the flowers that will soon follow) and look at some lovely, rainy knitting projects.
I really like how the open, drape-y front reminds me of water cascading down a mountain stream. Plus (and this isn’t rain-related) the interesting short-row construction on the front of this sweater is super cool!
Chance of Showers by Heidi KirrmaierThis lovely lacey scarf is too cute! The all-over lace pattern is beautiful, and reminds me of a cross between raindrops and snowdrops- perfect for this time of year!
April Showers Scarf by Purl SohoThis is another lovely spring-y cardigan. I love a sweater with interesting details in unexpected places, and the gorgeous lace panel on the back of this cardigan is just to die for. I could definitely see myself wearing a sweater like this some time this spring (OK, maybe a little later this spring, it’s still a little chilly).
Rocio by Joji LocatelliHow’s spring progressing in your neck of the woods?