Fresh off the needles! A Plymouth Encore wool hoodie and it's perfectly roomy and warm and best of all - washable. It's finished and fits without a pattern, just some math! 🪡🧵🧶🐑
In the last month I've made quite a few things. I was overwhelmed with work drama so I tuned out from everything - facebook and other sites - for a bit and really just enjoyed the quiet. So meditative to bring life down a notch and just enjoy the scrumptious and squooshy yarns and the… Continue reading Quiet time produces so much joy
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
I've made this a few times - LOVE the pattern. Great baby gift. I found the fabric covered buttons on Etsy at HowBeadyful and they are the 1/2" ones. Too sweet. One is a baby gift, I have the others on reserve as stand-by baby gifts I guess. Like the 2 pink ones I've made… Continue reading Autumn Leaves Baby Sweater
Who doesn't like to look like a jolly pink elf for winter? It's a pretty sweater, but my choice for the sleeves may look a little weird, but I like it anyway. Made from the Simplest Sweater pattern, which is free. Modified a little by lengthening the sleeves, doing seed stitch of the hem and… Continue reading Jovi Pink Puff Pullover
Yesterday I completed my Camp Loopy 2013 challenge. The Gaia cardigan in Cascade 200 superwash. The price is around $11 a skein, but for the rich colors, I feel it's a reasonable price for wool (not 'yarn'). Sure, I could save a lot of money using craft store acrylics (I call these 'yarn'), but for… Continue reading Camp Loopy 2013 has ended for me
It's true - Zoey is a free house elf now! Since we moved the sofa away from the front window to make room for the Christmas tree, we have let her roam free a few times when we go out. Here is our sweet little Miss in her pink sweater.
For challenge #2 I made an everyday sweater, in white. I know, 2 white sweaters in a month? That's absurd - you betchur sweet yarn balls it is. Never again. Now I'm off to find something more colorful!
Why did I pick a white yarn again? Hmmm.... Hope that's not going to be a problem. The trick may be some colorful stitch markers then. Something to look forward to making my rounds. This project will take place June 27-July 27 and has to be a minimum of 800yds to qualify. I’ll be making… Continue reading Camp Loopy Poject #2
This was a fun pattern, the Common Ground hoodie, and I chose Cascade 200 regular (yes, the felting kind because I live on the edge). I had 10 skeins in plain whit and really wanted to use them for something big. If I get a stain or spot, I will just dye it if it's… Continue reading Uncommon Ground Hoodie (minus the hood)