My current work in progress:

1. Ashburn, designed by Melanie Berg, knit from Woolfolk Tynd in colorways 6, 7, and 8 on a 4 mm (U.S. size 6) needle.
2. Myriad stealth projects.

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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Asymmetrical?

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It’s August, and that means it is time for Camp Loop project #3! Here’s mine: This is Brickless, designed by Martina Behm. I am knitting mine from Mrs. Crosby Carpet Bag, a DK weight 80/20 merino/silk blend, in the “Boston Fern” colorway.  I’m using a 4 mm (U.S. size 6) needle. This wrap is rather […]

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Gradients: The Obsession Continues

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It’s true — I might be just a little obsessed with gradients right now. I just finished another fast project knit from Freia Handpaints, this: This is a cowl knit in a broken rib pattern, using Freia Handpaints Ombre Worsted in the “Blue Velvet” colorway on a 5mm (U.S. 8) needle. I really, really love […]

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