I need your help

In October, I won the quarterly challenge prize through the (AWESOME) knit all year community blog that I’m part of. Part of what I won was 10 balls of some lovely merino from WEBS. I have been trying to decide what to make with it, and I think a sweater is in order, but I need help deciding what to make. Here’s where you come in 🙂

I’m going to list the patterns that I’m thinking of, and I’ll number them to make it easy. Just post a comment of your top 2 or 3 (in order) and I’ll tally the votes and see if it will help me make a decision. OH, and I guess it’s just a bonus that these comments are eligible for entries in my contest for November. All of these patterns I either own already, are free, or I don’t mind purchasing, so don’t let that be a factor.

Thank you so much to all of my readers, I had no idea there were so many of you out there. Happy knitting!

1. Wicked (Worsted Weight Version)

2. Opulent Raglan

3. Bella Paquita

4. Sweater with Wide Collar

5. Textured Tunic with Side Buttons

6. Cropped Sweater

7. Central Park Hoodie

8. Sweater w/round yoke (by rebecca)

21 thoughts on “I need your help”

  1. 1st choice #7, Central Park Hoodie – warm and functional, but with plenty of style and appeal.

    2nd choice #3, Bella Paquita – softly feminine, can be dressy or casual.

    3rd choice #1, Wicked – sassy and layerable.

    I also thought that if there is enough for hoodie, there might be enough for two of the others, like #s 3 & 6.

  2. Bella Paquita gets my vote too! I hadn’t seen it before, and it’s really lovely, so thanks for pointing it out!

  3. My first thought: definately #3 – Bella Paquita. SO lovely! The others don’t even come close. So thanks for the link; I’ve saved the pattern to my hard drive!

  4. My first choice would be #3 Bella Paquita and second choice is #7 Central Park Hoodie. I’ve been thinking of making that myself. Debbie

  5. I say CPH, or Bella, or the sweater w/ round yoke — so simple, so elegant, such a go-to. Also, the CPH may take more than 10 balls — cables and hoods take a lot of yarn.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s