UPDATE: Thank you all so much for your interest in this pattern. I have already given away the free patterns to the first 5 people who got back to me. The pattern can now be found at my Raverly Store … Continue reading
Well the short answer is…. I’ve been making a baby. The longer answer is… finishing school, adjusting to the idea of being pregnant and then a parent, working like crazy while I still could, making room for baby, knitting, sewing, … Continue reading
When I saw this Imperial Yarn pencil roving I knew immediately what I wanted to make with it. I have owed my husband a new hat for awhile. He loves hiking and camping, so I thought a wool cap was … Continue reading
In my last blog I began the process of creating yarn, from animal to fiber. It has been an exciting and challenging process, and I am loving it. I am however as I mentioned in said blog, a fairly impatient … Continue reading
I sit with my laptop on my lap, coffee fresh from the pot, Pandora playing my David Bowie channel over my tablet, while I look at my phone and find myself thinking of a time before technology. A time where … Continue reading
Some of you may remember way back in May, when I published about my first, and very successful Yarn Crawl. As I mentioned in the post “I may or may not have purchased some special yarn, for a special project … Continue reading
It was a fun knit, and I hope that little baby Logan loves it just as much as I loved making it for him! Continue reading
I finished the gramps sweater by Emily Wessel! It was a pretty easy pattern to follow; it is well written, and the blog she wrote to walk you through it was definitely a life saver more than once :). I … Continue reading
The gramps sweater by Emily Wessel, is one of the cutest little boy sweaters I have ever seen! Shortly after purchasing this sweater I was sent a letter from the designer letting me know that by popular demand they had … Continue reading
Yikes, been there. #whensettlingisnotanoption #knitting #crafting #art
Oy. An hour ago this ball of yarn was an object that I thought was almost finished. And now it’s a ball of yarn.There was no fixing it. This object-that-shall-not-yet-be-named was the wrong shape, and there was no way around it. All 600+ yards of yarn that had been knit thus far had to be rrrrrrripped. I thought I’d be handing this over to the intended recipient tomorrow!
Hard knitting day.