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
I knit a shawl which I really love, but I’m having trouble figuring out how to wear it. Help me, please!Read More: The September Shawl
My new pattern involves a colorful yoke that is simpler than it looks.Read More: Knit a Porthole Pullover! (Coupon inside)
There’s a new pattern on the way, and this is the prototype: my rainbow yoke September Sweater.Read More: I finished my September Sweater in August
I admit it’s a little early in the month to be completing the September Sweater, but that’s what happens when you get eager and start working on it in early August!Read More: Caribou, or my September Sweater 2015
Time for a little sweater show-and-tell! The pattern is Sea Stones by Melissa Schaschwary.Read More: Hudson River Stones
The September Sweater is complete! Come see!! I’ll even share my pattern with you 🙂Read More: September Sweater 2013
I know it’s not September yet, but my hands had nothing to do the other night, and now I’m almost done knitting the yoke. I chose the ribbed yoke over the leafy one.Read More: Ribbing, it is.
I’ve made three swatches, and now I have to make up my mind: what kind of yoke shall I knit for my new sweater? I’d love to get your opinion, too, even if you don’t knit. What looks nicest?Read More: Ruching, ribbing, or leaves?
Wherein I explain the difference between having cyclical interests and being well-and-truly obsessed. And then I show you the obsession that has me in its grip.Read More: Obsess much?