59 rows of 610 sts in: -my god what in the world would possess me to start a project like this- This cardigan is a bit of a gamble. By that I mean I’m putting a lot of time and effort into making it, yet I am not 100% sure what the final product will … More Hooded Tweed Cardi (#wip pt. 2/4)
With the seasons changing and the temperature warming up, I’ve been looking into some summer projects. I tend to focus on toys and amigurumi in the warmer months since it’s too hot for knitted clothing, but when I found some crochet chokers online, it sparked my curiosity! A little while ago I followed a pattern … More New Choker Designs
A friend of mine from California casually asked if I could make him a pair of socks after seeing my last pair, and I obliged! I was happy to have the opportunity to try out some new patterns, particularly playing with different colors. I am finally getting to upload this post now that they have … More West Coast Best Coast Socks
As the weather starts to warm up and the sun starts to show up a little more, people are starting to strip their layers. While I’m still bundled in my knitted infinity scarves, I find myself looking around at people who might as well be in shorts and a tee on their way to the … More Spring’s got me choking, and not just from allergies!
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)
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