One of those projects that you never feel you’ve made any progress on despite hours and hours of knitting time.
I can’t believe that it is finished. While watching a movie last night, I wove in all the ends of Aidez and it is done. It fits like a charm. I modified the construction of this sweater but not the sweater itself. My gauge was different at 14 stitches to 4 inches. My row gauge… Continue reading c’est fin.
I have had some questions about whether Charlotte is fitting into our little family and how it’s going. She is doing really well. We have had her for about a month now but we both feel that she has always been here. It’s great having a friend to run with, as well – I find… Continue reading settling.
The yarn that I chose for my Larch Cardigan reminds me of softwood – soft colour, texture and loft. Larch is also a softwood so I am happy that I chose this yarn for it! I haven’t knit one of Amy Christoffers’ patterns before but I have already downloaded and swatched for White Pine. The… Continue reading softwood.
I was completely inspired to knit these when I saw ElsaLemon’s Delicious Knee Socks out of Noro Kureyon Sock in colour 217. Unfortunately, Kureyon Sock is being discontinued by Noro so it is becoming more and more difficult to find. A friend at work found two skeins online from Little Knits in Seattle, WA, which… Continue reading super serious.
One of my favourite things to do is cook but I haven’t really shared that hobby with you since I started this blog. It was something that I intended to do but then I lost the cable to my camera and I don’t like having my “nice” camera in the kitchen. Then we moved and… Continue reading apple crumble.
A very close friend of mine needed a toque for the winter months in Toronto. She had seen one in the Maritimes that she loved but hadn’t bought it so was doing without a toque. If you’ve been watching the weather channel this past month, you will know that all across our dear country, there… Continue reading to a dear friend, with love.