Wild sleeve love

Though I have sock projects that I technically started before this, I am working in order of excitement as far as blog posting goes. These are the sleeves for an Element by Kirsten Johnstone that I started on December 1st. I almost never start with sleeves, but I was...
Small human in a sweater

Small human in a sweater

Small humans are somewhat difficult to photograph, but they are among my favorite beings to knit for. This little sweetheart is my new niece. I made her a Little Oak by Alana Dakos. The smallest size of the pattern is 6 months, so that’s what I made for this wee...
Backwards, but cozy

Backwards, but cozy

Charlotte’s Gathering Stripes is finished and moments after I placed the buttons on the funnel neck it was on her body. I think it brings just the right amount of cozy. I used a gradient kit by Black Trillium in the Pebble Sock base. The color of the kit is...
Election Day Sweater

Election Day Sweater

It’s election day, United States readers. Please go vote if you haven’t already and you are able. I don’t care who you vote for (well, actually I do but I won’t go there), as long as you get out and vote. Pictured in this sweater, pattern...
Is it ever going to get cold?

Is it ever going to get cold?

I’m working away on a Gathering Stripes for Charlotte. The smallest size is a 2T. She’s quite petite–wearing a 12 month size at 18 months, so I am working this at a slightly smaller gauge (7 sts to the inch) to make up for some of the size...
Socktober?

Socktober?

Happy Halloween, friends! I finished a pair of socks that I started in, ahem, July. Thanks, Ravelry for keeping me accountable! A few years back people focused on knitting a pair in socks and called it Socktober. It seems lately Socktober has come to mean donating...