This was meant to be a fun fur and fringe yarn skirt. As is frequently the case, somewhere very early in the project, I botched it. I must have twisted the cast-on row around when knitting the first or second
I always said I didn’t want to make a million scarves, as a knitter. OOPS! What can I say… they’re just easy. At least this one is different – and I’ve kept on my usual trend of anti-adherence to the
To round out the year on a high note, I figured I’d post one more before the celebrations begin. I spent a couple of months diligently knitting this long I-cord. It was an experiment, to see what I-cord is like
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
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I’ve been absent the past month. I graduated, went camping in Awenda for a weekend (first camping trip in… 3 years, I believe? it’s been a while), visited my parents in Ottawa for my dad’s 65th birthday celebration, and worked
Today, I present to you my version of Suzie Blackman’s Staggered Rib Scarf. When I was at Michael’s during one of their yarn sales, I came across this particular shade of Bernat’s Softee Chunky yarn that was going to be
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