Spring is finally here and with it we have flowering trees and shrubbery! This is by far my favorite time of the year, which makes me sad because it’s so short. To clarify, I don’t mean that Spring is my favorite time of year, I mean that flowering tree and shrubbery time is my favorite […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Huge news, my Vogue Knitting pattern and Quince and Co Scarf Book pattern both came out this week! The VK pattern, #16 Double Knit Stole (unofficially titled Adenium) is a double-knit lace stole that officially introduces the technique of Cathedral Windows Double-Knit Lace. I had introduced it previously in Flipping For Pine Cones but […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Scarves are easily one of my favorite knitted garments, as can be evidenced from my patterns: Flipping For Pine Cones, Six Braid Wedding Ring Scarf, Infinite Cables Cowl, Out of Sequence, Seed After Seed, and some as of yet unpublished scarf patterns, not to mention my first design. As such, it seems appropriate that I […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Inspiration comes to me in many forms, knitting magazines and books, nature and art. Rarely does it come to me in a dream. In fact, I can only think of one time it’s happened. I hadn’t been knitting long. I’d recently come up with the double-knitting cable technique I would soon use in my Six Braid […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
One Christmas not too long ago I received a surprising and wonderful present. It was about 2 months after I started knitting and 1 month since my first (forever unpublished) knitting design – talked about in a previous blog post. Let me first start by saying I was young, I was naive, and since I’d […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Once upon a time I had no desire to ever knit. At all. I had an idea of what knitting was, first from my mother then my wife, and I saw all the cool things that could be made with knitting (the Tardis Socks were one of my favorites), but the idea of me taking […]Continue Reading... No Comments.