Month: April 2014

  • Frolic Spoils

    I dithered about whether or not to go to the Knitter’s Frolic. In the end we headed up in the afternoon, and it was definitely more subdued and less crowded (more parking spaces!). Of course, I don’t need any yarn, but it’s not like anyone really NEEDS yarn. I haven’t been to the Frolic in […]

  • Starts and Stops

    This week I worked on this scarf – it’s really simple, but I like it a lot! It’s similar to Just Enough Ruffles, so I’m hoping that those of you who liked JER will like this one too! It was super quick – worsted weight and 5.5mm needles is a heck of a lot faster […]

  • New Pattern: Laurentian

    Hey, it’s a new (and actually seasonally appropriate) pattern! Laurentian is a swingy, springy cardigan-shrug hybrid. The ribbed back and shoulders are worked as a top-down, seamless raglan shrug with short rows to shape the curved back hem. Then stitches are picked up all the way around for the garter and drop stitch pattern that […]