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 →
I had some beautiful silk and wool yarn blend that I decided to make a tuck lace shawl out of on my brother KX350 knitting machine. I used 60 needles and started with an E wrap and did the first 10 rows plain then for the tuck lace stitch I put on hold every third... 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.
I was able to make this very basic and easy winter hat with a pom-pom and it only took about 45 minutes. I used lion Brand yarn wool ease thick and quick. I also found this video tutorial on YouTube that gave me the basics on how to create the hat. You could really make a lot... Continue Reading →
This is a wall hanging I made in a basic Tunisian crochet stitch. I made it from an Italian wool and stained the wood to go with the tones on the yarn. I also added hanging brackets to the back of the top so it could be easily hung on the wall. I might have... 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.
Finished this set in two days. I decided to try and felt them and after two washes I got a nice effect.
I used this wonderful Lana bambu yarn to make this scarf. The stitch is a half double crochet through the back loop which makes little ridges and gives the fabric a wonderful texture.
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 →