Splurging on Yarn


I may have had a delayed birthday celebration yesterday at the spa, and may have stopped by my local LYS (Knitting Temptations) on my way home. I DID go in with a plan... I knew with 100% certainty that I needed to select a yarn for the Spritz Stripes KAL that Carol will be hosting in April. I decided to go with Madelinetosh Merino Light in Moorland:   I also had decided recently that I wanted to knit Aisé, so I went with Madelinetosh Dandelion in Thunderstorm. Karen (owner of … [Continue reading...]

2015 FO #3: Dilih Wrap


Apparently when Ady Bee was closing up shop over at KnittinK I decided to buy ALL the bulky yarn. I found another skein of She Hulk Bulky (in Desire) and it very quickly became the Dilih Wrap. While this is something I find I am just a wee bit too curvy to wear, I had a desire to drop stitches (!!!) and this fulfilled it. The wrap will soon be gifted to someone more suited to wear it. However I do love the colors... This mix of teal, purple and gray, so very me. Hopefully the … [Continue reading...]

2015 FO #2: Topography Kerchief


While stash diving in January I found a beautiful skein of KnittinK She Hulk that was just screaming for a project. I saw a Topography Kerchief being talked about on Instagram, so I jumped right in. What I found most interesting about this pattern is that you select a color to feature. I focused on the […]

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2015 FO #4: Springy Cowl

Photo by Yarn Ink

Note, this is my first ever published pattern on Ravelry! Springy Cowl For this project I moved a little out of my color comfort zone. I had been watching the updates from Yarn Ink and the Twisted Earth color way just kept pulling me back for another look. I succumbed and bought it on the […]

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First 2015 FO: 22 Little Clouds


My blog may be quiet, but that is only because I am so busy knitting, traveling and fighting a horrific cold. I finally have a bit of free time, so this can only mean it’s time to start sharing what I have been working on. My first FO (finished object) of the year was previewed […]

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