One of the greatest pleasures of being a knitter is the ability to create gifts for the ones we love. Whether it's a hat or a shawl or even a small bootie, using our hands to create things always adds that extra special touch. Jean Moss of Sweet Shawlettes does it again with her newest … Continue reading Book Review & Giveaway: Great Little Gifts to Knit
I'm happy to release my latest pattern the Hudson Cowl! I don't know about you but I am pretty much done with winter! I cannot wait to see grass again and flowers and sunshine. Hudson Cowl Finished Measurements: Cowl comes in two sizes - 25"/16"length circumference for a close fitting cowl or a 52"/9.5" long cowl … Continue reading New Pattern: Hudson Cowl
My second knit for Baby H is this hexagon crib blanket which I call the Sky Blanket. When I was contemplating making him a blanket I knew I wanted it to be a bit out of the ordinary. After searching a few patterns on Ravelry and seeing some inspiring pins on Pinterest I fell in … Continue reading New Design: Sky Blanket
A project for my friend Thea @ Baby Cocktails. To be published soon! A perfect mindless knit after a long excited night! Love to all my friends in the US! So Hopeful. So very Hopeful.
Photos by Nathan Rega, Harper Point Photography My newest design in the Winter issue of Knitscene - the Gate Sweater. Sweater Details:Sizes 30 (35, 40, 45, 50)" bust circumference; shown in size 35"Yarn Valley Yarns Northfield (70% merino, 20% baby alpaca, 10% silk; 124 yd [113 m]/50 g):• camel, 7 (7, 8, 8, 9) skeinsGauge 20 sts and 32 … Continue reading New Design: The Gate Sweater
Several months ago my friend Jess emailed me with an idea. Seeing that at the time we were both on our seperate coasts how fun would it be to do a knit along with the Rocky Coast cardigan. Our own coast to coast knit along! Of course I loved it but soon thereafter we found … Continue reading WIP: Rocky “East” Coast
Oh hi. Miss me? I miss you guys too! As a way to maybe make you all stick around, I give you a shot of this pie I made today. Yea, I can't wait to eat that with a gallon of ice cream, too. Behind the blog there has been a TON of knitting going … Continue reading Hello there!
Mr. H and I have begun our cross country drive to our new home state, Massachusetts. While I am so happy to be headed east it was extremely difficult to say goodbye to San Francisco. I have made so many great friendships in the short time I've lived there that it made saying "see you … Continue reading The journey begins.
I'm working on a few new projects including this new design - an airy top-down pullover. The yarn is Giselle by Classic Elite, a wool/nylon/mohair blend. I hadn't worked with mohair in a long time and almost forgot about it's sticky nature. It brought me back to memories of knitting Birch and having to cast something … Continue reading WIP Wednesday: Knitting A Cloud
Source: no6store.com via Margaux on Pinterest When I see something like this on Pinterest I think to myself - this is SO easy and yet so stylish. (not to mention it's grey!) So of course I feel the need to knit one of my own. A simple garter triangle shawl - yarn is Kogarashi … Continue reading Garter Stitch