Something Blue is a shawl made for a bride… or for any one else with chilly shoulders. Hope you enjoy this free knit pattern based on two traditional Dutch lace motifs.
Want to try knitting in the round with double pointed needles? Yes, yes you do. Its easy, but if you’ve had trouble its becasue you are totally overthinking it. I’ll show you how to stop that.
I’m busy with beads as I knit up a little coin purse. It was hard to put it down and write a post about it. Just love knitting with beads.
The sun is out for the first time in a month and I’m playing hooky. There is yarn and coffee and cookies and a lovely warm summer day.
For all interested in knitting up lace, I’ve got two wonderful and free resources to tell you about. Here are patterns, history, and help.
Let’s have a sale. Let’s have a new sale every day this week. And let’s start with hats.
I like hats.
Finishing up the Meshed Hat knit-along, a color and cabled hat. Its time to do the decreases, block the hat, and try it on.
I’m making my new Meshed Hat and you can join in the knit-along (even if you aren’t knitting one) because I’m taking a stupid amount of pictures.
Since the invention of knitting 1000 years ago (probably) we’ve been bugging each other to do knit-a-longs. They keep us on track. So join me in a knit-a-long for the Meshed Hat and we both may finish something this month!
All yarns come to and end… and then they must be dealt with. Here is how you can weave in yarn ends as you knit!