My current work in progress:

Rona, by Alice Starmore, knit from Alice Starmore Hebridean 2-Ply, using 3.25mm needles.

Alert the Media: I Knit Something

January was an inauspicious month for me, knitting-wise. I started three good-sized projects, got at least one-third of the way through each one, and abandoned each one. Real-life nonsense has been interfering with knitting on a regular basis, and that is my excuse. But look — I managed to crank out an FO before the […]

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When Will I Learn?

My 2019 knitting has had an inauspicious start. Shortly before the new year, I started work on Big Love by ANKESTRiCK, using one of the suggested yarns — Ístex Léttlopi. After working on it on New Year’s Eve, I quickly realized that the resulting sweater would be far to warm for me, given the thickness of the […]

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Gradient Style

Happy New Year! What better way to kick off the new year than with a book review and giveaway? This is Gradient Style: Color-Shifting Techniques & Knitting Patterns by Kerry Bogert (Editor), published last month by  Interweave. As you are no doubt well aware, gradients are a huge popular trend right now, so this is […]

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More FOs

I’ve finished a few things since last Sunday. First up: This is the project I showed the const-on for last Sunday. This is Chezzetcook Inlet by Natasha Daurie, another design from Kate Davies’ book Milarrochy Heids. I also whipped out this: Cover Your Plans by Martina Behm, a knitting cover for my knitting planner, from a fingering weight […]

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Tettegouche Set

I finished my Tettegouche Hat early last week: As I mentioned in my last blog post, this is Tettegouche by Virginia Sattler-Reimer, a design from Milarrochy Heids. I used a natural colored Koigu KPM as the background color, and a Koigu KPPPM “Pencil Box Set” as the foreground color. And I made the matching Tettegouche Mittens, with a twist: […]

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