Ah, knit alongs

Ah, knit alongs

I love knit alongs. They come with a feeling of community and connection to people far away. They inspire me to stay on track and complete a project in a timely fashion. And best of all, they give me a lot of knitting inspiration! Check out some of this gorgeousness...
Silken spring sweater

Silken spring sweater

My latest Featherweight Cardigan is complete!┬áThe yarn is Speck silk, by The Loom, color 11. I used about 6.5 balls of the yarn. I made the body to about 13″ total and the sleeves that long as well.┬áThis is a wonderfully light piece. Though it’s my third...
Sneak peek

Sneak peek

The Featherweight Cardigan is coming along. The last two versions I made were longer, but this time I decided to go with something that hit closer to my natural waist, as intended by the pattern. I made it a total of 13″, which is not a cropped sweater for many,...
In the mood for shawls

In the mood for shawls

Ashburn has been a delightful project so far. I knew I wanted to make another shawl while I was working on Marin, so I perused Ravelry for some inspiration. As soon as I saw the pop of colors and drape of Ashburn, I knew it had to be mine. It was also a great excuse...
All of the colors of Spring

All of the colors of Spring

The Marin shawl in Rhichard Devrieze Peppino (color: Flowers) is finished. This feels like the perfect thing for spring. The weather has been mostly lovely here with cooler mornings that require longer sleeves and some afternoons that don’t. Having a cadre of...