Aperture, now with a gradient!

Aperture, now with a gradient!

As mentioned previously, I adore my first Aperture shawl. It continues to be my go-to for taking to my office while I avoid shivering under the air conditioning vent. I knew I would probably make another, but didn’t think it would happen so soon. When packing...
Pile of lace

Pile of lace

I’m back at working on Aperture Shawl after a break to solely focus on Over the Top Top. While Over the Top Top (what a mouthful) is blocking, Aperture Shawl has moved back into my field of attention. I really enjoy working on this and can’t wait to see...
The backup plan

The backup plan

My backup yarn is in place. In my last post I discussed worries about not having enough yarn for my project and ordering a solid version of the color I’m using (Dream in Color Smooshy in the kettle dyed Melon Bomb). As shown, the Melon Bomb I ordered is not the...
The softest Ishbel

The softest Ishbel

This is my fifth Ishbel shawl to make, and it’s definitely the softest yet. I used some Bittersweet Woolery Glamour Gams yarn in Iceling. I love the subtle blues and greens and the color shifts are not so abrupt and full of contrast that they detract from the...
Some half-assed finishing and bread talk

Some half-assed finishing and bread talk

Hey! Want to see a picture of an almost done sweater? This Little Oak for Charlotte has been blocked, kitchenered, and has all the ends woven in. Guess what is not quite done? Yup. Those buttons are just placed there for show. For some reason, having good intentions...