Vine Yoke Cardigan by Ysolda Teague finished out of some stashed Berroco Ultra Alpaca. A few modifications but fit seems to be okay once I shrink it in the wash!
There comes a time in every knitter’s life when she (he) has to decide whether to rip or to persevere. Whether to knit that old but super popular pattern just for the sheer simple reason of “I want one too!” (said in a slightly whiney voice) or not. Whether to jump on the proverbial ‘trend’… Continue reading an oldie.
This was one of those projects in which I just kind of started knitting and decided as I went what I wanted to do. I started with a large garter stitch tab because I love the look of them when they are huge. I worked increases at the edge every row using yarn overs but… Continue reading asymmetry.
Taking a little break from all of the Tour de Fleece stuff for a moment ... This project is a throwback to something I finished quite a while ago. I heavily modified the pattern and my notes are in this blog post here. I knit this while pregnant with James, who at the time was… Continue reading squishy cuteness.
Guess what? I have a finished project that has nothing to do with spinning or breed specific wool or anything! It’s a complete deviation and I luuuurve it! Pattern: Esjan by Stephen West Yarn: Berroco Ultra Alpaca in colours 6205 Dark Chocolate, 6214 Steel Oats & 6201 Cream Needles: 8.00mm Knitter’s Pride Cubics Platina… Continue reading cool west.