Testing is just about complete and the pattern should be out on or near August 15th. I will make it available here, so I hope you check back. I'm liking this piece much more in Madeline Tosh Merino Light, shown here in Nebula (blue), and Nutmeg (gold) but the green (olive) was 2 strands of… Continue reading Venetian Carnival testing is wrapping up!
This is the Venetian Carnival cowl. A new crochet pattern coming end of August in time for Fall. Recommended yarn: 2 skeins Malabrigo Lace (2 strands held together) or 1 skein madelinetosh tosh merino light (held singly) Get the pattern!: Find it on Etsy Find it on Ravelry
A Holden Shawlette for my lunch buddy in Malabrigo sock. The border is done with leftovers of the same yarn in similar colors.
This is for me, the Holden Shawlette in Malabrigo sock inn a rich brown called Cordovan. I did some math before I began and extended the body of the shawl to... 119 + 1 + 119 ending on the RS row, and on the next WS row, added an inc to each side near the… Continue reading Espresso Shawl
Well, I almost do. I was working on a Kindle cover pattern test for someone, and once I completed that, I thought if I changed it a little, it might suit me better. Ripping down to the provisional cast on of 1 row, I started to just do a plain SS with a plan to… Continue reading WHO has a new Kindle Cover?
It's done and I wore it already. It's dreamy and bright enough to lead Santa's sleigh! Best part - it's even been cool enough to wear it the last few days.
I'm enjoying this yarn quite a bit but then, does Malabrigo make any yarn that isn't fun to work with? I always have trouble committing to the right buttons ...
This was a fun knit and project #3 for Camp Loopy. The requirement for this project was to use 800+ yards, so this was @900. I really enjoyed this pattern (Mr. Greenjeans) and the yarn (Malabrigo Rios in cream and Pimavera). Changed the raglan increases to kfb instead of the yo holes because I think… Continue reading Mr. Greenjeans Cardigan – Project #3
After a good deal of persuasion, my knitting frond convinced me to join Camp Loopy for the summer. What a nice idea and I bet it's a huge revenue generator for the shop. I've never been there, but with all their personal touches to my mail order, I feel like I have - and I… Continue reading Transatlantic – Camp Loopy Project #1
The Ishbel pattern from Yosolda Teague knit in Malabrigo Sock (ochre/primavera).