My current work in progress:

1. Segel, designed by Lea Viktoria, knit from Miss Babs Yummy 2-Ply Toes in the "Draco" gradient set on a 3.5 mm (U.S. size 4) needle.
2. Myriad stealth projects.

Yes, Knitted Shoes

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My knitted shoes are done. To recap, I stumbled across a tutorial on how to knit your own shoes last month and couldn’t resist. I acquired a pair of Converse Chuck Taylors and jumped in with both feet. (See what I did there?) I created paper templates for all the pieces that I had to […]

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Totes Adorbs

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I was just sent another new booklet from Annie’s Knitting: This is Sassy Knit Outfits for 18-Inch Dolls by Jeanne Kussrow-Larsen. It is available for sale via that link in either hardcopy or electronic format. As the title of this blog post suggests, this book is totes adorbs! There are patterns for six complete outfits […]

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Knitted Shoes?

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As I mentioned in past blog posts, I happened across this tutorial for knitted shoes on Ravelry a little while ago. This is just the sort of project that appeals to me, so before I knew it, I had a new pair of Chuck Taylors and some sock yarn, ready to go. I purchased black […]

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Progress

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I accomplished a lot of knitting this weekend. First of all, I finished my Camp Loopy III project, Brickless: This is a large piece, 120″ long on the top edge and 20″ deep at the deepest point. I think it turned out well — I an very happy with the combination of yarn and pattern. […]

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So Much to Knit, So Little Time

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The title of this blog post sums it up. Lately that’s the way I’ve been feeling. I see so many things I want to knit but the pesky day job is really getting in the way of getting a lot of knitting done. Of course, it is the pesky day job that pays for the […]

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