Abuku knitting with Quince
Amirisu No. 5 is out, but did you all take a look?
I put the URL of the online shop on the side of each pattern, but it seems that some people have not noticed it yet.
Here, we will introduce each pattern and the yarn that you can buy at the shop! Delivered in series.
This is a piece using Quince's Chickadee
. After knitting from the bottom up to the armpits, it is integrated with the sleeves and knitted with the yoke. Finally, the placket pattern is knitted separately and bound to the body.
The pattern on this placket looks like Abuku. Tokuko is the godfather of the pattern.
Chickadee is a Sport Weight yarn. It is a recommended yarn that combines the excellent color development and ease of knitting that are characteristic of Quince.
The abuku pattern stands out only when it is knitted with Chickadee, which is elastic and has a strong twist!
Approximately, you can knit if you have 6 to 8 skeins.
The specified color is Belize. Hmm, refreshing~
For purchase, go to the amirisu shop
. Ravelry also offers KAL. looking forward to.