I first picked up the sticks in about January of 2010, but I only began logging my knitting progress on February 9th, 2010, in my first post at Knitravel: Knitters Delight. 4 years later, I’ve decided to do an anniversary
This was my original swatch for the Accidental Moebius Scarf. The swatch seemed about right, but somehow didn’t translate well to a larger item – stretch factor? I will have to knit another, and stretch as much as I can,
I started and finished these very quickly, for me – over the 2013 Christmas holidays. They are to go with my Bronwyn Capelet, which has been on one of my circular knitting needle chords for a couple of years now
Due to the holidays, I have many updates coming up. Whee! I finished this scarf, in Ice Yarns Mambo Turquoise, just in the nick of time to gift to my mum for Christmas this year. Check out the Ruffle Scarf
Christmas in Kemptville has been lovely this year. We got a large dump of snow right before Christmas, as I predicted to my mother who was worried up until late last week, as they hadn’t had any snow at all
I think I need to start using this place as a way to track inspiration for projects. I spend so much time scouring Ravelry, looking for the perfect pattern for yarn I have in my stash, or things I really
I’d been watching the pixiebell Etsy shop for a while, as I love the hats posted there. Eventually, there was a sale, so I picked up 3 patterns to knit for myself (and possibly others). Well, this week in Quebec
So, after lamenting how long it takes to begin a new project, I finally came across what I figured would be the perfect pattern for the yarn featured in my previous post, Lang Yarns Flores in purple. I had picked
Late last week, I decided I would begin knitting with two of the skeins of yarn I bought in Berlin, one light turquoise and one black Linie Toledo. I had planned to knit a light, lace wrap for our upcoming trip to Greece, and so I set about spending hours scouring the interwebs for an appropriate pattern.
Right before I left Canada, I wrapped up the knitting on my Coachella project. While I was at first quite pleased with myself for having finished my third project, and a top at that, looking at it now, after blocking, I’m not satisfied with it.