This pattern is fun for me, so I wanted to put it out there and hope others enjoy it too. It's done in sock weight and I've made 2 and I need to make some more for Christmas gifts. Find it on Etsy Find it on Ravelry
I finished it and it sure did eat a LOT of wool! Made with acrylic yarns leftover from other projects. Somehow, I had a whole rainbow but for the lime green, they were all in my yarn tub.
Made from Noro leftovers and Paton's Kroy (held double) I made a stash buster scarf that will look great with my winter coat. Modifications: Picots along he edge of shells and used the pattern’s notes to widen the scarf. Pattern Info: Find it on Etsy Find it on Ravelry
This was a project I hoped to make on a recent car trip we went on, but I was too car sick and nothing was helping this time. The yarn is Wollmeise leftover from the Ladrada Shawl. The pattern was enjoyable, and even the lace part didn't need a whole lot of concentration, so that's… Continue reading Aqua Peasant Shawl
This crocheted red and tan shawl is made from various gifts of threads I've received over time from some lovely friends. The body is a combination of a cream silk thread and a tan cashmere fine laceweight. Both were on a cone and I wasn't sure what to do with either, but I liked them… Continue reading Red & Tan Shawl
You may remember Zoey, our sweet little rescue dog who loves my knitting (she's showed her love for it many times over). Remember her? Well, I knit her this great little felted leash pattern in many colors of Cascade 220 so she could be even more beautiful out for her walks. I have a top… Continue reading Zoey’s leash
I tend to make some of the same things over and over and that's when I know people might also enjoy the pattern. If I can't make it at least a few times, in several yarns, I doubt people will enjoy it. Here is the Blossomy pattern, again, in some leftover Madelinetosh Sock from Annalisa's… Continue reading Black Cherry Scarf
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?
A class sample for the Knitting Garden and uses up some JoJoland Melody Superwash in various pinks and purples. I started with 2 rows light mauve, next 13 rows of a busy pink mix, finishing with a dark violet and navy edge of 2 rows. I blocked it with points and I think it turned… Continue reading Raspberry Frill
Tried a destash version and really liking it enough to keep it for myself. The pin is one of my own creations from some mahogany found in my garage with a small Celtic style finding. This pattern is now available: Find it on Ravelry