Monthly Archives: July 2015
3-Color [Not Quite] Cashmere Cowl by Joji Locatelli using Malabrigo Lace held double. There was nothing about this project that wasn’t absolute pleasure.
Dream in Color Yarn Jilly with Cashmere, named after twelve musicals. I am just giddy with delight! It’s gorgeous, soft as a kitten, and it makes me want to bust into song!
I was on a mission: make a matching set out of a single skein of Mountain Colors River Twist. Achievement unlocked! Cowl pattern: Slipped Stitch Goodin Cowl Mitts: Malabrigo Hand Thingies
Rain City Baby is Holli Yeoh’s interesting pattern that joins the pieces with picked up garter strips instead of seams. This one is in Plymouth Yarn Company’s Jeannée cotton blend; it would be cute in wool, too.
Amazon Prime Day? How about Meadowcroft Midweek? #shoplocal and check out this gorgeous new sock yarn from Meadowcroft Dyeworks. 25% nylon if that’s your preference for socks, 100% gorgeous color for whatever else you might dream up… Father Dave and son Will are a dyeing team working in Pennsylvania.
Take a couple of hours next Saturday (July 18th) and treat yourself to a new technique! Sandy Buzzelli will be teaching the Entrelac Scarf class from 10:00am-1:30pm, so you can get in a little fun learning time and still have the whole weekend ahead of you. Entrelac creates a fabric that looks like woven strips, … Continue reading
It’s 101 degrees out there, so I thought, you know, I should finish a sweater. I even went so far as to put it on. This is my sixth CustomFit sweater, and it is a lightly modified version of Inlet, one of Amy Herzog’s basic designs from the CustomFit Winter/Spring 2015 Collection. My changes were … Continue reading