My newest pattern, Fabulous Flats, is finally here!
Cozy up in these classy cabled flats! These slippers boast a stylish cabled band, seamless construction, and an extra comfy double-knit sole.
You're going to love them! Knit a pair for yourself or someone else... they make great Christmas presents! ;) (Can you believe
Just in time for spring...
Introducing... the Lovely Lizzy shawl! Like that classic heroine, Lovely Lizzy has old fashioned charm with timeless appeal. Delicate lace meets with unique cabled borders, asymmetric shaping, and flattering lines to refresh the classic romantic wrap.
Introducing... Honey Trail!
Introducing... Honey Trail ... the perfect fall/winter shawl! Lovely cable and garter stitch texture, seamless sideways construction, and awesome length for endless wrapping possibilities!
This shawl features Knit Pick's Paragon Sport yarn. A silky soft blend of merino, baby alpaca, and mulberry silk.
The Cloud Nine Ballet Slippers pattern was featured on Craftsy's Off Our Needles Youtube show! Super exciting! :)
Pattern KIT featuring Craftsy's Cloudborn yarn: https://www.craftsy.com/knitting/kits/cloud-nine-ballet-slippers-knitting-kit/487454
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I recently collaborated with Craftsy to turn a few of my bestselling patterns into kits featuring Craftsy's yarn! The kits currently available are: Cloud Nine Ballet Slippers, Baby Belle Sweater, and Lollipop Skirt!
Save 50%! If the kit uses their Cloudborn yarn and this is your *first* Cloudborn purchase, get the kit for 50% off with code FIRST50 at checkout! Hurry, this offer is only available for a limited time!
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Introducing...Color Me! A lace and stockinette shawl that's specially designed to work with single (450 yd) skeins and showcase your favorite gradient or multicolored yarns! For full details, go HERE.
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Knit Picks for their blog! Click the picture below to read the full interview.
Ravelry pattern link: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rain-or-shine
Woodstove Season Cardigan
It seems like I'm constantly finishing knits for myself in the wrong season. Winter knits in summer. Summer knits in winter. :) This time, though, I DID actually finish this cardigan in winter. Unfortunately, it also just happened to be the wrong season of life: I was 8 months pregnant and couldn't button it. ;) (I tried wearing it open, but it just looked funny with my baby belly.) And, once I could button it, the tulips were blooming and it was just a little too balmy out for a wool sweater!
So, it sat in my closet waiting patiently for this fall and winter. I have to say, though, that it was worth the wait. I've really enjoyed wearing it! I love the fit and style. Goes with so much!
It really was a fun knit, too. It's knit top down, all at once (with raglan shaping) and it was awesome to be able to try it on as I went and make a few adjustments as needed! (More on the adjustments I made here.) No seaming at the end, too - perfect!
Project: Woodstove Season Cardigan
Pattern: Woodstove Season
Yarn: Knit Picks' Gloss Heavy Worsted (discontinued) - "Parsley"
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