I have this problem with falling in love with a stitch pattern and then using it for everything. In attempt to break out and continue to expand my skillset, I’m trying out a completely new project. New stitch pattern; New article of clothing; New construction method. I am designing my own hooded cardigan, and if … More Hooded Tweed Cardi (#wip pt. 1/4)
Each member of my immediate family has some kind of crafty talent. Dad’s a graphic designer and product photographer, big sis is a wedding and portrait photographer/videographer, and momma, well, she’s a potter! She has been doing pottery for about 7 years now, growing her repertoire and experimenting with designs and techniques, much like myself. … More Meeting of the Crafts
Two years ago I set out to make myself a scarf. I had every component planned out. It would be a blanket scarf, made from Loops & Threads Woolike, using the diagonal basketweave stitch. I had this very clearly established when I started, and it was meant to be a brainless knitting project I could … More The 2-Year Scarf
I must have made over 200 socks by now for my charity project, all with heel flaps. This was the way I learned to knit socks, and it just stuck with me. Until recently, I never entertained the thought of using a different method. Not too long ago, I crossed paths with a lady who’s … More The Perfect Pair of Socks
Quick project I whipped up for my aunt’s birthday. She likes cute little trinkets and anything sugary and sweet, so this was perfect! Tiny amigurumi is something that intrigues me, as difficult as it is to do. Not my go-to project for a relaxing day in, but I’m always happy with the final product.