scrunch - verb
1. To crush or crunch.2. To crumple or squeeze; hunch.
scrunched - past tense of scrunch
The scrunched is my latest top down sweater project made with Ysolda Teague's pattern "Lauriel" from her book LITTLE RED IN THE CITY.
To keep it simple, my Ravelry name for this project will be "Lauriel".
As an aside (that is not really an aside), I am still not convinced that top-down seamless sweaters are best. I did buy a 32" long circular needle to replace the 24" long one in the photo, but everything (knit at the correct gauge with a yarn that has a 'springiness' to it) is still unpleasantly scrunched and tight.
My own thoughts are that an hour's worth of seaming can be well worth it, if it makes all of the knitting straightforward and pleasurable. Am I alone on this?
scrunchable - capable of or suitable for scrunch(ing)
The scrunchable really is that -- a scrunchable scarf made with yarn containing stainless steel. The yarn is from Habu Textiles, the pattern, "Hakusa Scarf" designed by Kristin Johnstone.
To keep it simple, my Ravelry name for this project will be "Hakusa".