My current work in progress:

The Throwback by Andrea Mowry, knit from Blue Sky Fibers Woolstok Worsted and Spincycle Yarns Dream State, using 4.5mm and 5mm needles.

FOs

I finished a couple of things last week. Like this: This is the Wood Warbler Cowl, designed by Martina Behm. I made mine from Socks That Rock Heavyweight on a U.S. size 7 needle. A fun and fast project! Next up, these: These mitts are made from the Hedda Mitts pattern, designed by Trin-Annelie. I made […]

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The Joy of Garter Stitch

I spent most of this past week on a non-public project, and when I finished that, I started this: This is Martina Behm’s Wood Warbler Cowl, originally published in Jen Arnall-Culliford’s A Year of Techniques. It’s the design on the cover. The pattern calls for DK weight yarn, so into the stash room I ventured. […]

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The Shift

Here’s what I did last week: This is The Shift, a cowl design by Andrea Mowry. I’ve turned into an Andrea Mowry fangirl, it seems. Her patterns are very well-written and her designs are pretty. What’s not to like? I used Spincycle Yarns Dyed in the Wool sportweight wool yarn in three green colorways: Deep […]

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Rose Cardigan

I finished my Rose Cardigan Friday night: This was a very fun project with an interesting construction: it is knit in four quadrants, which are seamed together. It’s worked sideways, starting at the wrist, and incorporates 4 colorways, each one fading into the next. The pattern, available on Ravelry here, was very detailed and very […]

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Rose Cardigan: Coming Together!

First of all, congratulations to Lauren Kowalczewski who is the winner of my giveaway of a copy of Wool Studio: The Knitwear Capsule Collection from Interweave. Thanks to everyone who left a comment! I have now entered the really fin part of my Rose Cardigan: the finishing bits! I’m doing it a bit differently than the pattern directs. […]

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