Episode 149 Live: Stonecrop Progress & Cheviot

Thank you for being here today, especially those who were able to make it to the Live Stream. I appreciate your time spent here in this place and me. I hope you feel most welcome because you are welcome here.  Enjoy the show! UPCOMING Yarn Substitution Content – May – August 2020 Our mini-series trailer…

Felix Cardigan finished

What do you do when inspiration hits you at like 2am and you’re supposed to be sleeping but can’t stop thinking about knitting a sweater? You lie there, dreaming about said sweater until an acceptable hour to get up and start knitting on said sweater! Yarn: Westcoast Colour ‘PMS’ – Polwarth, Mohair & Silk (discontinued),…

Copenhagen Cardigan | Part II | Execution

Yesterday we chatted about how I started the planning process of the Copenhagen Cardigan by PetiteKnit, so I thought today I would share the finished object! I don’t post as many finished object posts as I used to because of the podcast, but I wanted to start doing so again this year because it is…

Copenhagen Cardigan | Part I | Planning

This little cardigan has been a marathon in the making because I saw a sample at Knit City 2019 with my friend, Mairi, and then continued to think about it throughout the festival. I just couldn’t get it out of my mind. I just loved the look of it and thought the pockets were brilliant….

A Year in the Making: Sparkle Cardigan

Slow cloth is just that: Slow. It takes a long time to make and there is deep consideration of the process. I started spinning for this project last year, on October 1, 2017, to be exact. I finished the spinning in February 2018 after a long final push to get the project finished. It had…

Episode 83 LIVE: A bit of a deviation …

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Live Stream this week! It was a lot of fun and there was a lot of snow talk – never a dull moment, let me tell you! Welcome to new and returning viewers – I really appreciate you taking the time out of your day and…

norah sparkles

Recently, Norah asked for some new sweaters to add to her ‘collection’ – she has a drawer full of hand knit sweaters from when James was a baby and I knit quite a few then for both kids to wear. Sadly, they are now too small but she continues to want them in her dresser…