Don't you just love cables? I sure do! I have no idea why either. I've made the Plaits and Pines hat before, so you may have seen it already in my Ravelry projects. That time I held yarn double, but never again for cables. It made things more fidgety and slowed me down a little… Continue reading Another Cabled Hat
This is a free pattern found on Ravelry and this one is made from Feza Softie. I love that it makes the decorative edge as you go.
Various dishcloths for gifts and such. Patterns used: All Washed Up and Baby Fern Stitch Dishcloth
It's easier for me to commit to printing, painting and some minis than knitting right now with all my aches and pains, so this is a Christmas ornament for a friend. She received it today, so I can post a photo. It's just a painted cabinet from a craft store and I printed some tiny… Continue reading Tiny Christmas Ornament
Made a top from old-weird-splitty-linen-yarn (MaggiKnits Maggi's Linen) that I really needed to either use, or toss. No pattern, just my crazy idea, but I cleared out a good amount of drawer space in my yarn dresser. (Just in time to stash some hand dyed from a friend) "Yarn Diet? What's a yarn diet?" Like… Continue reading Summer Linen Destash Top
My sister has become a photographer, so I'm trying to make sure she has some prop hats for the newborns. So far we have these ..... (click here for my ravelry projects for patterns and yarn details) A stocking hat with interchangeable pompoms.... Save
The Ishbel by Ysolda Teague is my go-to for special occasion gift shawls. Love this pattern. Before I know it, I'm at the lace sections, so it feels quick to knit up. This one is in Cascade Yarns Heritage Silk, @880 yds. LOVE this wool, soft and pleasant, but light. Added beads to the YO's… Continue reading Wedding Ishbel for Sarah