I found some sale yarn I bought months ago and thought I'd try it on my knitting machine. The result? A great little summer scarf. Here's a description of the yarn: Rowan Purelife Revive Yarn - Color: Marble; Color Number: 466; Dye Lot: 3604; Yarn Weight: DK / Light Worsted ; Fiber Content: 36% Recycled... Continue Reading →
This morning I decided to try and use my brother KX-350 home knitter knitting machine to make a baby blue child's hat with a pom-pom. I could not find any patterns so I made this one up from looking at various videos online. For this hat I used 70 hooks and for the brim I... Continue Reading →
finished this in a couple of weeks 🙂 I used two strands of acrylic yarn in light blue and very light blue in a linen stitch and a size K hook. The border is one row in single crochet then a row of double crochet then a single row of single crochet. ... Continue Reading →
I was able to finish this beautiful scarf in only two evenings. I used two skeins of Lamb's Pride in this wonderful shade of blue. The stitch is a linen stitch.
this is the first time I've made a scarf in linen stitch the above color is more accurate than some of the other photos
Here's a hat I made using a free newborn full length half double crochet pattern from http://oombawkadesigncrochet.com. It was very easy to create and I think will work great for a newborn!
This is a girl's hat for ages 1 to 2 years. I found this great button at Purl's Yarn Emporium in Asheville. I don't remember what size crochet hook I used 😦
It only took me about two months of off and on working on this crib sized baby blanket. I did not use a pattern. Instead, I just used a basic basket weave stitch in basic acrylic yarn. The border is a very light blue in a half double crochet stitch. I hope it lasts for years... Continue Reading →
This is a jumble of nylon, silk, cotton, merino wool, and microfiber. It turned very bumpy but soft from the sublime merino wool. See photos for yarns used. I also used a bamboo 8mm hook and the stitches are all half double crochet.