I Do Shrug from knitty

I Do Shrug from knitty

I Do front

 

I Do pose with plant
The model in the pattern was posing with a flower. I chose a broad bean plant instead.

 

I Do back2
The colour is really off on this one!

 

I Do back

 

I Do grafting detail

 

I Do pattern detail
Close up of the pattern detail.

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Item name: I Do shrug
Recipient: Me
Pattern: I Do from knitty.com
Yarn: Sirdar Breeze DK (60% cotton, 40% acrylic) 216 g total (approx. 622 yds/570m)
Needles: 4 mm straights (one sleeve metal, and the other bamboo)
Size: Erm … Mostly large I think!
Dates: June the 25th 2005 (!) to 28th of March 2006 (not constantly worked on).
Modifications: Yarn substitution and knit flat not in the round.
Notes and comments: After discovering that I couldn’t do purl lace in the round, I converted it to knit in the flat. In retrospect, I should have added two edge stitches (I would have made seaming it a heck of a lot easier).

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13 thoughts on “I Do Shrug from knitty

  1. I have looked with want in my eyes at this shrug more than once…but maybe in the future….now I know who to hunt if/when I get stuck. Nice picture of a beatiful woman in a wonderful knit. I used to grow broadbeans long ago, they make wonderful soups when fresh….

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  2. I think that’s the first shrug I’ve seen that I actually like!

    You are SO CRAZY the broadbean! PAAA HHHAAAA HAAAAAA! hilarious b/c the look on your face is so serious…. omg

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  3. That look really pretty 🙂
    We must be psychic or something, my post today is about a shrug as well! ( but no broad beans I’m afraid

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  4. Wow, it looks fantastic!
    I’ve eyed this pattern too, but the purls kept me from knitting it(and well all the other projects I’ve got on the needles).
    I may come back to you to ask stupid questions should I ever attempt to knit this shrug.

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  5. Hi Amy,

    Gorgeous knitting on a gorgeous girl. Love your hair cut. The broad bean picture is hilarious!

    Virginia in Australia

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  6. Your shrug is stunning on you Amy, well done!

    You asked about my Embossed Leaves socks…the pattern is from winter 2005 IK.

    Thanks for visiting!

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  7. Hello from Austria! Wow, that shrug is truly beautiful, suits you perfectly indeed! I’m a lace-knit-addict and this pattern is so gorgeous!

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  8. Lovely shrug and you look fab in it! Oh, and I think I prefer the broad bean – much more original and, besides, it made me smile and the flower didn’t. 😉

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  9. Hi, I know it’s a long time since you knit this (it’s beautiful by the way, well done!) I am trying to knit one for my friend to wear on her wedding day and am coming up against major decrease obstacles!

    I know I’m supposed to decrease in a row that includes YO’s by simply omitting the first or last YO but I can’t get it to work. Because I am reducing the number of stitches in my row, I can’t then fit a whole pattern repeat in before I reach the end (am doing the right sleeve). Which means that on some rows I’m having to decrease more than one stitch without even omitting a YO (e.g. the pattern is [S1-k2tog-psso, k4, yo, k1, yo, k4] around and by the time I’ve done S1-k2tog-psso I’m at the end of the row and have decreased by 2 stitches…)

    Am I making any kind of sense?! I hope so because it’s driving me crazy! Any help gratefully received!

    Rachel

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