this Thorobred is not a horse

Thorobred pattern 206, circa 1980’s

The search continues….have you seen this pattern, published in New Zealand, or better still do you have it? Please contact me if you have any info on where I can find it, I’d really appreciate your help 🙂

At iKnit this week…

Karen models hers FO Baktus in Touch Yarn.

Baktus

Raewyn models her tapestry-look gauntlets.

Palm side, as lovely as the top.

Ashleigh’s gauntlets made by Karen.

Raewyn’s top is taking shape, like the bead work.

Wendy’s WIP textured jersey: cosy is cool….and a mix of possum/merino/alpaca is very cosy. Yarn from Skeinz.

Raewyn’s just bought her very own spinning wheel, this super soft Polwarth yarn is hot off the press.(Polwarth is a breed of sheep that was developed in Victoria (Australia) during 1880. They were of one quarter Lincoln and three quarters Merino bloodlines).

Bus Stop Scarf : Karen’s WIP this week, yarn Zealana.

Alpaca  fingerless mitts by Raewyn, fibre supplied by her friend’s alpaca’s and spun by Raewyn.

Luke geared up ready to embrace the elements in his recently acquired Cousteau Cowl, made by me.

I worked on my Mannequin Vest project this week, will Post pics next time.

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2 thoughts on “this Thorobred is not a horse

  1. I found your knitting pattern book with the Thorobred S. shawl-collared cardigan in it. It’s on eBay Canada. The item is 290803172782, the seller is gundarddave. Good luck!! Amazing I just happened to stumble on your request when I was Googling that yarn.
    xox
    Robin

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