We had such fun picking out our favourite Scrumptious 4ply projects on Ravelry this week, there were so many gorgeous finished objects to choose from!
Eventually we managed to narrow it down a little, but we've still got plenty to show you, so let's get started!
As usual, just click on each picture (or any of the links to the patterns used) to see more details of the project on Ravelry.
We thought we'd start with some beautiful garments like this Vitamine D cardigan made by MorganeD. She chose to make Vitamin D by Heidi Kirrmaier using shade #304/Water and we think it's a lovely match of yarn and pattern, the silk in Scrumptious gives the cardi drape, which exactly what this pattern needs, perfect for spring.
This project is more adventurous! Knitted dresses are a lot of work, but this looks like it was worth all the effort! This amazing dress was knitted by BlossomingKnits who chose to knit the Principesa Dress by Sarah Wilson with #305/Purple. The dress also uses Scrumptious Lace for the lace patterned edging (#505/Purple - some of the shades in Scrumptious 4ply are also available in Scrumptious Lace, perfect for projects that need the same shade in two different weights of yarn).
Now on to some awesome accessories (I think we can allow a bit of alliteration on a Friday?) :D
We're coveting this pretty cowl knitted by wilckepedia! The contrast in textures between the cables and lace is beautiful against the garter st background. If you fancy making your own, you might want to take a look at the pattern that wilckepedia used, Change of Heart by Justyna Lorkowska, such a lovely match for #301/Cherry.
I love this combination of two muted shades of Scrumptious (#303/Oyster and #304 Water) that LVallentin has chosen for her Isbutik. So sophisticated and easy to dress up or down (I can just see this shawl worn with jeans or a pretty dress). If you fancy making your own, the pattern she used is the Glacerie Shawl by Hilary Smith Callis. (If you take a look at the pattern page there are lots of striping options to choose from too.)
That's your lot for today! Hope you've enjoyed looking at the projects we picked out and thank you to these lovely knitters for letting us feature their wonderful projects :)