These are my favorite colors! Blues and greens like the Caribbean ocean. I found this Madeline Tosh merino light yarn and ended up using three skeins (1260 yds) for this scarf. It’s in an iris stitch and I used a 2.75mm hook. After blocking it I have to say that it’s got a wonderful drape... Continue Reading →
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.
Made this wrap on my knitting machine.
Gray mohair wrap with button
I made this small wrap for a retirement gift. I used Italian mohair and wool yarns crocheting them two strands at a time in a half granny square motif. Then for the border I used two strands of gray wool in a single crochet.
Green alpaca wrap
Here is a traditional wave/ripple stitch using Classic Alpaca yarn in green. I remember getting this yarn at Island Knits last year while I was on Pawley's Island, SC. I certainly recommend visiting their shop while you're at the beach. They have lots of great yarn and friendly staff 🙂
Finished this commissioned capelet
i used two kinds of yarn for this (see photos). sorry, no pattern - just made it up based on a previous one i made. enjoy!
Beach glass pendants
Finished these two commissioned beach glass pendants today!
Brushed yarn wrap
His was a quick wrap to make. I used two skeins of a brushed acrylic yarn.
Finished and delivered this birthday gift! It's a wrap/capelet and I used two strands of yarn for the body: cashmere/merino and silk mohair. I didn't use a pattern either - guess I should write these things down as I do them!