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WIP Wednesday: Barley

Balancing my fatigue/all the time mornning sickness and desire to make adorable things for Jellybean is killing me! I have barely started my hexi-ghan. And by barely starting, I mean I have picked out two colors to alternate stripes in red-ish cotton and purple cotton. 67 more words

Knitting

Tin Can Knits Simple Collection

So still on the same note (regarding my last post), the pattern Flax is part of the Simple Collection by Tin Can Knits. It’s a great collection with a pullover, a cardigan, hat, mittens and etc… All beautifully designed and super easy to knit, with instructions, tutorials and all the help one needs. 31 more words

What's on my needles today?

So I’ve been wanting to knit this pullover for the longest time. I’ve been so busy with the video tutorials AND taking care of my daughter (who is officially on the terrible twos, God bless her) that I completely forgot about it. 138 more words

Facebook can lead to fun and simple lace knitting....

It always starts like this: I do my morning prayers, log onto my laptop and let it do its thing, get a cup of coffee, review my orders that need to be shipped/created for the day, then I venture onto Facebook. 279 more words

Fiber Art

Sunflower and Wheat

//Sunflower Stole: This being my first design, I was pleasantly pleased with how it turned out. I used a handpainted 100% superwash merino, worsted 4-ply  from… 404 more words

Knitting, Crafts, Food

What the girls are up to...

Christine has been busy with her leftover scarves using our hand dyed merino 600 fingering and the linen stitch.

Jeanne just finished her pink sweater using our hand dyed merino 500 sport weight yarn in a perfectly pink colorway. 18 more words

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Barley Hat

We made some modifications. I decided to use sport weight yarn on the hat. You can get the actual pattern at Tin Can Knits. So the mistake I made was counting the wrong number of stitches. 79 more words

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