Today my sweater was completed! My sister sewed in the zipper and voila! I made up my own pattern and used about 7 skeins of this wonderful wool/alpaca yarn that I got on sale a few years ago at 9 skeins for $20!!!
I had such a memorable experience at my first Northeast Men's Fall Knitting Retreat at the Easton Mountain Retreat Center in upstate NY! It was such a great combination of weather, location, people, food, and fun that I certainly won't ever forget it. I really didn't know what to expect since I had only ever... Continue Reading →
I found these giant skeins of universal yarn at the yarn shop in Myrtle Beach and I usually don't use acrylic yarn but the color-way on this one was too good to pass up. I used two skeins of this yarn for an extra wide scarf. I used a K crochet hook and a basic... Continue Reading →
I made this in just a few weeks with Plymouth Yarn cotton forget me not. I didn't use a pattern. It ended up taking almost four skeins.
This is a beautiful crocheted linen stitch scarf made from four skeins of Noro silk garden. It only took a few weeks to make and the color combination turned out really nice!
This wrap is a wavy pattern that I basically just made up. I purchased this beautiful ultra light lopi at the southeast animal fiber fair and it was dyed in dewberry so the color is very unique.
I was pleased to share this scarf with the staff at Luna Lola and the have it on display in the store! I used two skeins of this really nice Rowan felted tweed and a basic V stitch with an H hook. And I even blocked it!
I actually made this shawl all in one day. I made it while I was at the Purl's Yarn Emporium spring knitting retreat in Black Mountain North Carolina. There were three skeins of this yarn on the gift table so I used it with a 5 mm hook and worked up this basic shawl all... Continue Reading →
I started this scarf back in November when I was at a conference in St. Louis Missouri. It is now April and I have finally finished it! The yarn is a wonderful blend of baby alpaca and bamboo and they are naturally undyed fibers. The yarn is incredibly soft and was very easy to work... Continue Reading →