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…
White cotton baby blanket
Here is a baby blanket in Plymouth yarn cotton. I used 5 skeins and a K hook and a moss or linen stitch.
Double knit ribbed scarf
Here is a pink scarf I made using my knitting board. I used a rib stitch and Abuelita merino worsted weight yarn (2 skeins).
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 →
Peace fleece blue scarf
I created this scarf on my knitting board using peace fleece yarn I ordered from Purls Yarn Emporium and a ribbed stitch.
Colorful woven scarf
This is usually not my color scheme but I've been trying to make more items with more colorful yarn. This was woven on my 20" Ashford Knitters loom.
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.
I finally finished my very first woven project. I now have some experience and will be making many more items on my Ashford 20" Knitters loom. I used a hair twister to twist the fringe and it worked well!
This is a beautiful crocheted linen stitch scarf made from four skeins of Noro silk garden. It only took a few weeks to make and the color combination turned out really nice!
I started this scarf back in November when I was at a conference in St. Louis Missouri. It is now April and I have finally finished it! The yarn is a wonderful blend of baby alpaca and bamboo and they are naturally undyed fibers. The yarn is incredibly soft and was very easy to work... Continue Reading →