Color explosion, the hoodie version

Color explosion, the hoodie version

Okay, are you sick of hearing about hoodies? Because I’m not done yet. I started my R&R Hoodie on August 15th, and aside from working on a few scant rows on some socks that Zooey tried to separate from their skeins, I have been in solid hoodie mode for the...
The wee hoodie wearer

The wee hoodie wearer

Though my R&R Hoodie¬†has been finished for about a week, it is much easier to get pictures of a small person in hers. I finished putting in the zipper on Charlotte’s hoodie on Saturday and got her out in the slightly wet mid 60’s (Fahrenheit) degree...
Finishing touches

Finishing touches

I am completing not one, but two R&R Hoodies this week and I can’t wait to show you more! Zippers are no longer a fear of mine after sewing in the one on my finished hoodie. I followed the zipper tutorial for this hoodie by Tanis Fiber Arts and that was...

It’s not a bra

I couldn’t help myself from starting a baby version of the R&R Hoodie well before mine was close to finished. I knew as soon as mine was underway that I would like to make these for Zooey and Charlotte as well. I decided to start with one for Charlotte since...

Are we there yet?

This version of a Barn Raising Quilt of mine is about halfway there. I keep assuring myself that if I get really sick of it I can do a few more squares and just call it a lap blanket, but I think I will persist. I was trying to carry this around instead of socks, but...
One at a time

One at a time

When it comes to sleeves and socks, I almost never do things one at a time. For the R&R Hoodie that is my SSKAL16 project, I made an exception.¬† Since this yarn is hand dyed and I’m working on a large garment, to avoid pooling it’s best to alternate...