Last weekend was my first ever Knit City! It was basically your typical craft fair/marketplace with only fibre art related vendors. There were also tons of classes and lectures going on in other rooms. Unfortunately I didn’t get to attend any of those this year, but maybe Knit City 2018! I’m no stranger to craft … More Knit City 2017
Once upon a time, Joey went to work as per usual and was surprised to find a little ball of hand-dyed superwash merino waiting for her when she entered the room. With only said unidentified one-of-a-kind ball, she really wasn’t sure what to make, but settled on Life is Cozy’s Stormy Sky Shawl. And so, … More I Won Yarn Chicken
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
…Infinity scarves, that is. These are my favorite type of neck accessory. There’s so much versatility for different styles and varying weather conditions. I made the green one back when I was really into sewing. I remember being out shopping with my mom when we came across an infinity scarf made of t-shirt fabric that … More To Infinity and Beyond!
Mom: “I think I like triangle scarves.” Me: “Oh yeah?” Mom: “You know they are in fashion this season…everyone is wearing them.” Me: “I think they’ve always been in fashion…I remember wearing triangle scarves a few years ago. In fact, I thought they were in fashion then…are you sure they’re still in fashion now?” Mom: … More Reyna Shawl