Lord help me, I’m suffering from Second Sock Syndrome. In more than 10 years of knitting, I’ve never come down with this affliction, yet here it is. And to make it even worse… IT’S MY OWN DESIGN. But I don’t blame the design, because that […]
Month: March 2015
Introducing the Sailor’s Warning! When there’s a red sky in the morning, slip on this cozy reversible cowl to brave the blustery weather. The Sailor’s Warning cowl is reminiscent of a bright sunrise and features reversible cabled rope rigging. Cowls are knit flat and seamed, […]
Happy Ides of March, everyone! Just wanted to announce that I have just released the Carpool Hat as a FREE download on Ravelry. My stepdad, who is an elementary school principal, asked me to knit him a hat to keep him warm as he greets the morning carpool. Much to my surprise, the hat I designed looks just as good inside-out as it does right-side-out. You can fold the brim to make it fit like a beanie or leave it unfolded for a slouchier look. It occurred to me that it would be just as perfect for harried parents rushing out the door in the morning before that morning coffee kicks in, because no matter how you jam it on, it’s going to look good.
The Carpool Hat is a very easy and quick knit from the top down in chunky yarn. Download for free here!
Another pair of socks for me, my fourth in 2015 – my first-ever Fish Lips Kiss Heel (a $1 Ravelry pattern download) in a glorious self-striping gradient yarn by Knit Circus. I purchased this yarn with an Etsy gift certificate I got for Christmas and knit […]