A new tea cozy for the teapot. This one is made of 2 granny squares to fit each side, then seamed in anyway I could come up with to keep the 2 pieces together. The rose in a Irish rose, free patterns for this are everywhere online. I had the teapot on my desk the… Continue reading Tea and Roses
Find it on Etsy Find it on Ravelry I've been making this scarf for a little while and I'm really enjoying it, so it's now an available pattern. So far, my favorite yarns to make this in are Berocco Folio and Tosh merino light. Both very different yarns - the Folio is an elegant and… Continue reading Spice Cake Scarf
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.
This Windowpane Scarf was so easy to make and the yarn creates all the "WOW". I had this yarn sitting around for a while and lately, I've been on a mission to use up my older stash when possible. I can't say I'm on a "yarn diet" because, as with ANY diet, I am not… Continue reading Windowpane Scarf
I was able to use up some older stash in this shawl that kept asking, "What's my purpose? Why do you buy so much sock yarn and never use it?" Ugh. I really need to shop less and create more - possibly even destash a bit. I just love all the sock yarn colorways people… Continue reading Irish Fantastica Crocheted Shawl
Added one of my picot shell borders. I love the Seraphina shawl - if you haven’t made one - DO IT - This is my 10th! The yarn was dreamy. Use the link above to get any details about the project.
This yarn is amazing - so soft, but it's a bit fragile, so I crochet with it. It feels like it may break when blocking if you do knit with it, so maybe be extra careful. The picture doesn't do it justice, but I had to snap one and it was near 90 out (yes,… Continue reading Alpine Frost Wrap/Scarf