This is my store project, called ‘make up your mind’ from knitty.com. I haven’t been finishing anything lately since I’ve been so busy. Sorry guys!
I’m finally back to work after a serious week of bronchitis. I knit a few feet of a scarf while I was out. It’s so soft :D
Everyone likes new yarn, right? Here’s my most recent purchase.
Update on ‘The Hourglass Throw’ :)
Today was the two year anniversary of my craft blog. You guys have seen it change so much over the past two years, and thank you for sticking through the changes. I’m very grateful for all of you. Thank you guys :)
I’ve made some fingerless gloves called align mitts, by Pink Brutis Knits, with locally spun and dyed yarn from Palmer, Alaska. This artist has tons of cute fingerless mitten patterns. This one is for free here: http://pinkbrutus.com/align-mitts/
This month I taught a class on how to make the ombre cowl by unique dIzigns. It’s a fun and easy pattern to work through. The pattern is free and can be found here: http://www.uniquedizigns.com/p/patterns.html
I finished my moms Christmas/birthday present. It’s not an official picture yet because I still need to block it, but this is really pretty.
I’ve hardly been knitting anything, but I’ve finished the scarf I was working on :) I have two afghans (blankets) and two sweaters in progress, as well as some smaller projects.
I’m making a one by one beanie out of smooshy with cashmere this week. :)
I finally have a day to knit :) my cat has missed these days I think.
I hand-dyed some Alaskan hand spun yarn I received from a friend. The color is a little off in the third photo, but I couldn’t seem to fix it (It’s blue :)). I used Koolaid as my dye base. They smell pretty good :D
I want to show you guys this knitting project I’m working on for class in March and April. It’s called the Hourglass Throw, and I’m doing it in Cascade ‘Eco Cloud’. It’s so pretty :D
I’m back home now, and my black dress form has arrived :D I’ll be taking photos of all my product for my etsy shop this month and will be trying my best to get it open this month. This is a scarf I made for my grandpa :)
I wanted to repost this since the color was off in the first photoset. This is the Cabled Cowl in the book Andes by Debbie Bliss. I made it in Blue Sky Alpacas “Alpaca Silk”. It blocked out beautifully and I can’t get over it’s drape.