While I've made the Olearia and Edens Eve for Adele, I've also purchased Bloom, which my Aunty Margaret is making for Adele.
When I first spied Darwinia, I knew it would be my next knitting project. My problem with this pattern is kfPSOkb. Now I'm not an advanced knitter, in fact I wouldn't even say I'm an advanced beginner, just a really, real beginner who has deluded herself into thinking she can knit anything!! (Well actually I realised I couldn't knit a Bloom dress, which is why the services of Aunty Margaret were called upon.)
So far this pattern has asked me to do four of these funny stitches. So far I have successfully knitted none. Regardless, I've still managed to fudge my way this far. I'm certainly still a beginning knitter!
Details ravelled here.
By the way, I should note that the Darwinia pattern is wonderful and Georgie's instructions are superb, I'm the one letting this garment down. I'm also very much in love with her new pattern , Sorello, and with all the proceeds of the sale of this pattern in January going to the QLD Flood Relief, I think we should all pop over there and buy it. Again, I think it's a step above my skill level, but how adorable is the back!!!