There’s a reason why I named this pattern the Everyday Cardigan. It’s the perfect, non-fussy design to wear to work over a blouse, to put on over a t-shirt while hanging out at home, or to pair with a swingy knit dress for a weekend party. I’ve knit several, but this is only the second one I’m keeping for myself. It’s tweedy, and exactly what I was looking for!Read More: It’s a Cardigan you can wear Everyday
Come meet my improvised top-down cardigan with stranded colorwork yoke! It’s a mouthful to say, and a pleasure to wear 😉Read More: 3 Shades of Gray
For Christmas I made up a pattern and knit matching sweaters for two nieces and a doll.Read More: Three Little Porthole Cardigans
I’m pleased to announce the birth of my new knitting pattern 🙂Read More: New Pattern: Everyday Baby!
Colorwork can be intimidating, but you won’t find an easier way to get your feet wet in the technique than stripes and trim on a flat-knit piece!Read More: New Pattern: Striped Yoke Cardigan
I’ve been designing sweaters again. This time, there are stripesRead More: Striped Yoke Cardigan
Lest you think I’ve done nothing but nerd out all summer, here’s something knitting I’ve been working on.Read More: Stripes on the needles
The knitting is complete, so today we’ll wrap things up by talking about finishing: weaving in ends, sewing on buttons, blocking, etc.Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: finishing up!
Woo hoo! After this sleeve, the knitting is completely finished!Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: the other sleeve
This week we’re working on the first sleeve, and working with double-pointed needles.Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: the first sleeve