Hello Gorgeous. Pattern: Rock Island by BrooklyntweedYarn: Sundara SilkNeedles: US 6 Raveled After knitting what seemed to be the longest edging EVA, this shawl moved along nicely. It helped that the knitting started out with the most amount of stitches. By the time I got to the garter stitch section it felt like I was running … Continue reading Red Rock
I know you've been waiting impatiently for some Red Rock pics. My goodness it's a gorgeous shawl. I just need you to bear with me a little bit longer. I've been busy with a slew of friends who have made their way to SF to visit! There's simply not not enough time in the day for … Continue reading Hi.
Perfect for a beginner or an experienced knitter. Rows are knit in the round and the pattern is very memorizable! YARNRoad to China Light, Fibre Company (65% Baby Alpaca, 15% Silk, 10% Cashmere, 10% camel, 159yds.) 2 skeins, color Garnet or your favorite fingering/sport weight yarn. NEEDLESUS 6 (4mm) 24in circular needles or whatever you need … Continue reading Felicity Cowl: Pattern is Here!
Since I haven't done Project Spectrum before I thought it would be fun to dig up my other projects that fit the red theme of this month. It looks like I am a fan of the color. Who knew? Probably all the bottles of Pinot Noir and Cabernet I ever had. Red Rock is blocking!
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Red Rock is moving along alibet at a slower pace. It felt like FOREVER getting that edging done! I am shocked that I didn't have any major mistakes and counted those repeats correctly. I thought for sure I would have had to improv some extra stitches in that piece! I'm sure you're wondering why I don't … Continue reading Keep on Rocking!
Do you know Sundara? Of course you do. She's that fabulous indie dyer who produces coveted skeins of yarn that go on sale and sell out immediately. Well, back in 2006 (I feel weird that I have to say "back") I emailed Sundara to have her dye fire engine red yarn for a scarf I … Continue reading Project Spectrum 5: Red Rock
The year was 2006. I was just starting to fall in love with knitting and decided to make the then "have to make it now" shawl Birch (which is now a free download!). Many balls of Kid Silk Haze were purchased and knitting commenced. If I can remember correctly you had to cast on something like … Continue reading Flashback Friday
From the first moment I saw this sweater I knew it had to be mine.It's a wonder what they put in those photos over at Quince & Co. because they truly have me with every single one! Pattern: Belfast Hoodie By Carrie Bostick HogeYarn: Quince & Co. Lark, Chantrelle, 12 ballsNeedles: US 9 & US … Continue reading FO: Belfast Hoodie