The Mountain View Cardigan

The Mountain View Cardigan is a long cardigan that skims past the hips and can be worked in a light weight fiber (green sample is knit in Euroflax sportweight linen) for a crisp, drapey cover-all for those warm summer nights. Alternatively, a wooly sock weight yarn (smoke grey sample worked in Lorna’s Laces Shepherd [...]

Contest Winners

I drew two contest winners using my trusty random number generator in octave.
rachael redrabbit8584-at-aol-dotcom
and amanda kisforknitter-at-gmail-dot-com
I’ll be emailing you both now for your pattern choices. Congratulations and thank you everyone for commenting.

Almost there….

I think I’m on track to release the new design by tomorrow; so if you’re interested in the contest, please leave your email on this post. And thanks so much for your supportive and lovely comments.

Sneak peek of new design

I just got the photos back for my newest independent design from my lovely model, Jess, and her photographer and husband, Vitaly Fomin. More details to follow, but for now, here’s a sneak peek.

To celebrate my newest design, I’m going to hold a contest. Comment and I’ll draw a name out of a [...]

Twist Collective – Anniversary Issue

The new Twist Collective went up last night and I have a little cardigan in it – Peyton.
It uses Kollage Creamy yarn which, when I opened up the box last spring, I looked at with a healthy dose of skepticism — yarn made out of milk protein? But I’m officially converted. Creamy has [...]

Uhura

I’m super behind posting about my Summer Twist project, Uhura.
For this camisole, I got to use SWTC’s Terra yarn. I had used it for Broderie and I loved it. I find Bamboo too drapey and heavy to use on its own, but paired with cotton (and at a finer gauge), it makes a [...]

Breaking out a new Bag

I just picked up this adorable Namaste Zuma bag on Friday from Marie and I’ve already busted it out on Sunday. Usually it takes me a long time between when I purchase something and when I actually use it. Don’t ask me why; it’s a really strange quirk of mine. But my [...]