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Lunaris Shawl Progress & What's New In The Queue (Some Crochet?? Really? Really!)

I’m making pretty good progress on this shawl. I think I’m just so excited to be working on something smaller than an afghan that I don’t want to put it own until it’s done and then move on to something else. 227 more words


My Sense of Direction Mitts - A Look into the Design Process

My Sense of Direction Mitts is a good candidate for looking into the design process, as I can directly connect many of its design features with a specific influence or inspiration.  626 more words


A Finished Hat and The Beginnings of A Shawl

Finally finished the Tuva hat pattern I started like 6 months ago, and had to put aside in order to finish the afghan. I really like how the colors in the yarn worked up in the pattern. 365 more words


Appalachian Trail Koozie

We played Secret Santa at work this year. I drew a colleague who had recently taken off six months to hike the Appalachian Trail. (2200 miles!) For one of his gifts, I designed a koozie with the Appalachian Trail symbol. 13 more words

The magic of the Wool Eater Blanket

Ever since I first laid eyes on Bavarian crochet, I knew I would love it. I didn’t know how much work or how much less work, to be precise, there was really to it. 451 more words

Passionate Red

Color work is turning out to be difficult for me to talk about.

Basically all I can say is that I spent a month with Lord Black and found that he wants me to continue working with him the whole time I’m working with the colors. 164 more words

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Book Review: KNITSONIK Stranded Colourwork Sourcebook

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned this book in the same post as Sequence Knitting, then went on to only review the latter. Now it’s this book’s turn. 886 more words