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Happy Holidays!

A very, very quick post to wish all my readers Happy Holidays!
My Holiday gift for you this year is a new free TC pattern, named “ 136 more words

Tunisian Crochet

Cute Cowls

After finishing a ton of washcloths for my friend’s open house last week, I started knitting cowls. I needed a change and thought I’d see how my wavy checkerboard stitch pattern would look in cowl form (I currently use it for washcloths and baby blankets). 185 more words

Knitting

Knitting--Easy Neckwarmer--Free Pattern

There are so many free patterns available online and one of my favorite sources is Marianna’s Lazy Daisy Days.  A lovely lady in England provides a large file of free patterns, most of them for babies and pre-schoolers, but also has an occasional pattern like this… 173 more words

Free Pattern

Finished: Cashmere cowl, Rikke hat and handspun.


pattern Pudorosa neckwarmer by Lia Moya
I used 24 grams of the 100% cashmere. Needles 3,75mm

So stylish! This will be very welcome in the Fall in the city. 351 more words

Finished

15% off April sale at IcyHandmade!

The internet is already awash with April Fool’s jokes, but this particular post is most definitely not a prank. As we’re slowly creeping into spring in the northern hemisphere, I’m having a 15% off sale across the affordable knits section of my Etsy shop. 274 more words

Knitting

Gear Review: The Original Buff

Throughout high school, I saw my cross-country ski friends sporting buffs at practice. I thought they looked like neat little neck warmers and frequently wanted one while skiing in single-digit temperatures, but I had no idea of their warmth and versatility until this fall. 646 more words

Climbing

Finished: Party Paws, one sock and the Cashmere Neckwarmer

I had loads of knitting time last Saturday! I took a long trainride to a house that was filled with knitters, pie and cats and we did nothing but pet cats, eat pie and knit. 686 more words

Finished