Completed this scarf in only two hours on my circular knitting machine! I used black and gold cascade yarn and I think it turned out ok. I had one area where the yarn didn't catch on about 6 hooks so I went back in when I finished and kind of sewed it together on the... Continue Reading →
This is a girl's hat for ages 1 to 2 years old with two small buttons. I adjusted this pattern by using a 5 mm hook instead of a 5.5 mm hook.
This has been an undertaking! My mom gave me her old double strand of beads with a vintage onyx clasp from the 60's to clean up and repair. Unfortunately the beads were so old, the coating was coming off so I decided to get all new beads and learn how to knot them. After a... Continue Reading →
I'm finally getting around to posting his finished scarf. This is from one huge hank of bamboo wrapped wool yarn I got from the Fibre Studio Shop in Charlotte NC. I think it was 720 yds. I can't find the label but remember it was five ply sport weight. The yarn was a little difficult... Continue Reading →
Made this wonderful scarf from a vintage crochet stitch book an it turned out really nice. Must use this yarn again!
I got a wonderful gift recently! My common-law sister-in-law sent me 4 skeins of this beautiful black yarn and told me to make myself something, so I've started it! The yarn is wonderful to work with and is making a beautiful scarf. It's called Mirasol Akapana and it is 65% Baby Llama, 25% Merino Wool,... Continue Reading →
I put this hat together in about 3-4 hours. Here is the brim finished on the adult size loom. From No Needle Knitting Here is what the inside looks like while the knitting is in process. From No Needle Knitting I used Yarn Bee Boucle Traditions Brushed yarn in cranberry and black doing two strands... Continue Reading →
Last week I finally made a lunch hour trip to In the Loop on Devine St. in Columbia. I found some beautiful burgundy colored kid mohair by Nashua Handknits. I decided I'd combine it with some black Yarn Bee Brushed Boucle and see what would happen. From No Needle Knitting I used a Darice small... Continue Reading →