My current work in progress:

1. Boxy, designed by Joji Locatelli, knit from Handmaiden Mini Maiden in the "Polar Sea" colorway on U.S. size 4 needles.
2. Myriad stealth projects.

Enough for Now!

Meet Jean-Claude:

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He is Souris’ boyfriend.

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I made him a purple cable-knit sweater. I think he looks very debonair in it!

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And with this I am done (for now) with kitting adorable little critters from Julie Williams’ patterns. That is subject to change at any time, of course.

I have made the August dresses for Dottie and Inga — can’t forget that:

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Now that it is August, I am working on my Camp Loopy project. More on that next time!

Two years ago today, My buddy L-B and I took a road trip to West Virginia and returned with this little guy:

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And here he is today:

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Happy Loki-versary!

Out of Control

That’s me, out of control. Meet Fifi:

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I enjoyed knitting Florian the fox so much I had to make a girl fox. She is a bit larger than Florian because I knit her from aran weight yarn: a leftover partial skein of Rowan Harris Aran, a now-discontinued yarn. It’s a great foxy color, is it not?

That’s not all:

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This is Souris, a sweet little girl mouse. Her dress looks very French, no?

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I can quit any time.

A coworker arranged some of my critters so you could see all their little tails:

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The animals live in my office because Loki does not know the difference between them and cat toys.

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“Who, me?”



You will be relieved to hear, I am sure, that Angelique now has a dress she likes. Her lace dress, my own design, with the bodice based on the Seasonal Dresses pattern by Julie Williams, is knit from Dream in Color Smooshy with Cashmere. Angelique feels very elegant in it. But that’s not all . […]

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Question: what do you do when you have almost full skeins of grey Rowan Kidsilk Haze and Baby Merino Silk DK leftover from knitting a little Loki cat? Answer: You knit a bunny, of course! Meet Angelique: She is called Angelique because she is fuzzy and sophisticated, therefore I think she is French. Angelique still […]

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A Little Ragdoll


I got my yarn for my lilac point Ragdoll kitty! This is Rowan Kidsilk Haze in the White, and Smoke colorways, to be knitted held together with Rowan Baby Merino Silk DK, in the Snowdrop, Dawn, and Rose colorways. My hope was that the Kidsilk Haze would give my kitty a bit of fluffyness. Here […]

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