Knit-Look Super Bulky Slouch

I just finished this knit-look super bulky slouch but I think it looks more just like a hat. The pattern by Jennifer Renaud was really interesting because of the way the rows increased and decreased. I used two skeins of Mamacha Peruvian alpaca wool blend that is super soft! I also used a 9 mm... Continue Reading →

Idea for poncho

I have 7 skeins of Noro silk garden and started thinking I’ll make a poncho! It’s turning out nicely but I’m going to have to get more yarn and figure out more things as I go along. I’m using a linen stitch and so far I like how it’s going! Stay tuned…

Macchiato sweater

This is my first top down crocheted sweater and I think it turned out great. I slightly adjusted the pattern and used a plain HDC stitch instead of the one called for. You can find the pattern and yarns here.

Noro Cowl

Here is a cowl made from one ball of Noro Okunoshima which is silk, wool, angora, and mohair. I love the color combination! I made up the pattern but it’s mostly half double crochet and bobble stitches.

Purple mini Afghan

I am happy to report that I have finally finished this mini Afghan. I used three different yarns. I used the Queensland wool and cotton blend that was 1500 yards and came in four colors in one cake. Then, I used a mohair and silk blend from Orion fiber arts from New York and then... Continue Reading →

Baby blanket in pinks

I made this simple baby blanket in a linen stitch. No pattern either 🙂 the yarn is acrylic (3 large skeins) and an I hook. It only took about three weeks which is quick for me.

Green mini bean scarf

I finally finished this scarf! It was one of those long term projects that seemed to go in and on forever. The yarn is super soft and I finished it in Pineapple Soak then hand blocked it on towels. Turned out pretty nice 🙂

Colorful cowl

This was a quick creation I was able to make in an afternoon. The stitch is half double crochet through the third loop or crochet knit stitch in the round. I used Sirdar Aura yarn and the color way was great for this project.

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