Some monsters really love food. Iris is one of those monsters. This knitting pattern will show you how to knit Iris the Gourmet Monster, a pattern I designed to feature the amazing yarns from Lorna's Laces. This is a quick, easy, satisfying project that knits up quickly on many yarn/needle combinations. Since it takes 120-180 yards of yarn to knit Iris, this is a great one-skein, stash busting, or scrap yarn project. This pattern is very addicting and you will find yourself knitting a whole bread box full of monsters!
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Yes, there is a bit of a theme here. I really like Joji's patterns. They are well written and stylish with a wide range of sizes.
Startitis is a term used somewhat jokingly among knitters. It refers to an expensive, but rarely fatal affliction that often affects knitters and crocheters where they begin several projects all at one time but don't really make much progress on anything before starting another new project.Yes, I can feel startitis is going to hit me soon. :)