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Quickie Capelet

How this pattern came together was trial and error. And while the pattern creation took several days, the actual knitting was 3 hours—total. A nice afternoon project with great results. 481 more words

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Then The Behemoth grew, and the orders came in.

As I continue to work on my Stashbuster, now nicknamed The Behemoth, I am also working on some of my commissioned items. How I got commissions is a mildly interesting tale. 586 more words

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The Great New Year's Eve/Day Cast On Event!

That’s a very long-winded way of saying NEW PROJECT TIME EVERYONE!!!

I’ve decided to do a bit of a scrap-yarn-down and the Scrap Yarn Sock Advent Calendar 2014… 120 more words

Knitting

itty bitty mitties

Yup folks, here they are, a tiny scale of a mitt from my Tartan & Tweed I’m redesigning & overhauling , and they’re made of Malabrigo Sock yarn. 52 more words

Jenjoyce Design

A little bit dotty

So I am now a Great Aunt. My niece had her first baby, a girl, this morning. A lovely healthy tall baby with the chubbiest cheeks ever. 339 more words

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Felted Slippers

Back in 2002, I made my husband a pair of the felted clogs that were all the rage then. They were made using this pattern… 504 more words

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Simple stash-buster scarf.

Simple techniques can give simple pleasures.  Here is a very pleasing colour combo and texture using my old trusted stretchy rib. Pick a multiple of three stitches and add two stitches (for one stitch edge on each side), then repeat as follows: K1(edge), *K2, P1* to last stitch, K1(edge). 51 more words

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