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Knitted gifts

You remember the 1898 knitted cap I made for Mr. Aitch with overdyed yarn?  Well, it needed some fingerless gloves for company.

I didn’t have enough yarn leftover and I knew I’d never get the same color to match.  186 more words


The Nature of Errata: The Apparently Cursed Edwardian Fingerless Gloves

Errata are the bane of the designer’s life. I’m thinking about it because of the Edwardian gloves pattern which has resurfaced, and needed my attention this week just as I was hoping for a few days of no knitting. 2,523 more words



I worked these up in less than a day! They’re a modification of another pattern – I couldn’t find my size 6 dpns, so I had to choose between finding a new pattern (and possibly new yarn) and working them flat (and doing math). 324 more words


FO - Yes, I've been knitting!

Hi All,

I’m back again and am not sure I’m going to make it to the end of the year with all the catching up; however am trying my best :) Next up on the plate is a hat that I blogged about earlier this year. 612 more words


Knock Their Ski Socks Off With These Stocking Stuffers

These awesome accessories will get skiers of all ages excited to hit the slopes, whether you stuff them into stockings or put them under the tree. 195 more words

Ski Wear

Suwon Mitts

Happy to announce the release of my next pattern. :-)

Suwon Mitts is a crochet pattern featuring knit cable-like stitches. Usually cables in crochet involve post stitches like fpdc / bpdc. 47 more words


The Prairie Series - now available at Alberta's Own Market in Canmore, Alberta

Our new Prairie Series is now available at Alberta’s Own Market in Canmore, Alberta (Canada). Knit in the tones of natural sheep wool, the Prairie Series reflects the simple and serene lines of the prairie landscape. 79 more words