This week’s pattern is a scarf, partially because I can’t find my hat(?) and also haven’t knit the smaller (kid-size) version of the hat yet.
Daily Desk, 02/02/21.
remain terrible at blogging/this whole thing working on some shawls also hats also some others things plus kids’ clothing so I feel deeply unproductive, but 2/4 yarns in the photo have been knit up, and projects have been started with the others.
I’ve got a lot of projects at the almost-finished stage, which is deeply distressing in a lot of ways! Also just renewed my cheapish WordPress subscription, so am experiencing low-level angst about how terrible the blog and site look and how infrequently I really use them. MEANWHILE: November saw two completed design projects: Liner NotesContinue reading “Just barely squeaking by with a November post!”
Alfa Cowl. I’m a bit late with this update: Alfa Cowl is my take on a simple diagonally-knit kerchief-style neckwarmer concept. It’s not very diagonally knit. It’s a little bit diagonally knit, though.
Skep Cap 1!
A new cowl pattern! The Emerger .PDF makes the cowl shown in two different sizes, in one or two skeins of fingering-weight yarn. (Most fancy yarns come in 350+ skeins, so two skeins will be plenty. With the sock yarn shown, two skeins is enough to make both sizes—one each.) Emerger Cowl.
Beach Bunny Yarns now offers a kit for Morpho! This is pretty exciting: I’m not super strong with variegated yarns, and the samples are gorgeous in a way that almost baffles me. The dyeways and the design work remarkably well with each other. MEANWHILE, on the personal knitting/design front, I am having the entertaining experienceContinue reading “a kit option, new things.”
Gopher is available now on Ravelry! It’s got a little in common with Manta, in that it uses a similar exploded-shape concept (Manta is a kind of broken square; this is a kind of wrecked rectangle, I guess). The slightly weird shape lends itself well to wearing; there are a couple of ways to styleContinue reading “Gopher.”
Coming soon! This shawl is an expansion of the Dog Days 8 pattern—essentially, I was working up a second sample, but I had ~500 yards of worsted-ish yarn, and wanted to keep going. This is a cotton blend (it’s Caron Cotton Cakes or something else big-box; it’s surprisingly enjoyable to knit with), and seems likeContinue reading