Yeah, I have finished all of the swatches, questions, book reports and papers for the final level of the Master Knitters certificate! Nineteen swatches and I feel pretty good about them. I'm sure some will have to be redone but my skill level has really increased in the last year. Now all that is left is to design and knit a Fair Isle hat and an Aran sweater. You'll be seeing lots of those in WIP Wednesdays.
So here are some of the final swatches.
My first successful attempt at entrelac. Looks cool but you have to be committed - lots of work to get to this.
Double Brioche stitch - the trick here is that a yarn over really is a yarn to the front, not a yarn wrapped. I really liked this stitch, the fluffiness and texture really calls out. I can see this as a great pillow top.
Lace knitting - I love lace and had never done this pattern before. Good thing that I pulled it out for a picture because I had labeled this upside down.
Intarsia of a compass rose. We all need a little guidance on our way.
As it's Friday, you know the drill... head over to Tami's for great and exciting finished objects.