Archive for knitty
I’m trying to learn not to be so matchy-matchy. I’ve been hearing lately that it’s very stylish to coordinate one’s accessories, but to match them? Not so much. This isn’t an easy lesson for me, as you might imagine, being someone who has spent much of the last fifteen years attempting to exactly match the [...]continue reading "Turn a Dashing Square"
I just realized it’s been a year since I first picked up the knitting needles. My first project with them was a pair of fingerless gloves, and surprise, surprise, guess what my most recent project has been? Yes, it’s another pair of Dashing. After making three pairs for other people, I was eager to make [...]continue reading "Thumbless Dashing"
I’m thinking I may need to have my “crafty blogger” license revoked. Not counting photography-related posts, I haven’t dedicated an entire post to anything craft-related in almost a month. A lot of that is because I haven’t done much of anything crafty. I’ve wanted to, but I’ve been stalled by the state of my craft [...]continue reading "Dashing Young Things"
I’ve been drooling over this pattern since before I knew my way around a pair of knitting needles, and I finally started a set back in January. This is Dashing, from Knitty. I love them because they are masculine enough that I can make them for those hard to shop for men in my life, [...]continue reading "How dashing"
Last week I alluded to the next knitting project I wanted to tackle. It’s a summer shawl, written for needle-knitters. I have a tendency to think that any project that involves knitting a flat panel can easily be translated from the needles to the loom. To some extent, that’s true, but perhaps using the word [...]continue reading "Getting knitty"