I don’t know how I did it, but Project Mohair is finished. I’m so relieved, so very, very relieved. It took a lot of non-stop knitting, a lot of focus, a lot of blood, sweat, and tears, and a lot of coffee, but it’s over. The night before it was due, I stayed up literally all night, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’ve always thought of myself as a process knitter, that is someone who enjoys the act of knitting for the knitting not necessarily the final product. Mind you, I enjoyed the product as well, but that wasn’t my motivation, or so I thought. If there’s one thing that Project Mohair has taught me, it’s that I’m definitely […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Just published a new pattern! Quick Gift Drop-Stitch Mitts is a fingerless mitts pattern. It starts with a simple cabled cuff that’s knit flat and then grafted together, then stitches are picked up and knit along the edge of it to create the mitt in the round. The bulk of the pattern is made up of ribbing […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This isn’t a brand new pattern per say, but it is newly released to Ravelry and very near and dear to my heart. Infinite Cables Cowl was my first magazine pattern, back from a couple of years ago. It was back when the magazine, Love of Knitting, was still owned by New Track Media and before […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When it comes to the things most knitters are passionate about I find I don’t often share the same drive. I enjoy knitting – it’s very cathartic and kind of cool (what isn’t cool about essentially tying a giant knot and having it end up as a sweater?). I enjoy watching a garment or stitch […]Continue Reading... No Comments.