Fluff Nugget started!

I intended to start this Fluff Nugget Cardigan on Saturday but I got a little distracted. I cast on on Sunday and have added just a few rows. Part of the reason for the slow start was doing the tubular cast on for several hundred stitches. It looks great but it took an entire evening... Continue Reading →

Acorns Socks started!

I finished one pair of socks, which of course means I needed to cast on a new pair right away. This pattern choice is brought to you by the Nature's Cozy podcast. She showed off her beautiful Acorns socks in a recent show and it inspired me to make some too. The pattern seemed like... Continue Reading →

Colorwave Dishcloth started

I have my next sweater project all picked out, and it has been taking most of my willpower to keep from casting it on right away. However, the pattern I chose uses brioche, which I have never done. So I'm going to make a few small projects like this dishcloth to practice some of the... Continue Reading →

FO Friday: Delightful Dishcloth

It's always nice to have a super quick project after coming down from making something big like my sweater. I started this dishcloth earlier in the week. I wanted something mindless that I could take with me to my first vaccine appointment. This filled that need perfectly, and I got more than half of it... Continue Reading →

Lucky Socks started

These socks were my St. Paddy's Day cast on and I'm just getting around to sharing them. My poor camera skills do not do justice to how beautiful this yarn is. It's a lovely self-striping 80/20 BFL/nylon from Nomadic Yarns in the colorway "Get Lucky." I've been itching to try out some self-striping socks for... Continue Reading →

St. Paddy’s Hat

I was browsing new patterns over the weekend and ran across this St. Paddy's Hat. It seemed like a good way to use up some of the wool I had bought for Christmas Balls that never got made. It also seemed like good practice for doing stranded colorwork. Even though I made several colorwork projects... Continue Reading →

Easy as Pie Dishcloth

I wanted to use up the scraps of cotton I had left over from my tea towel so I decided to make a scrappy dishcloth. The pattern is the Easy as Pie Dishcloth, and honestly... I don't love it. It was definitely easier than the Seamless Circular Dishcloth I've made many times before, but it... Continue Reading →

Pull Me Over started

Here is the reason I haven't worked on my socks much lately. I started this Pull Me Over sweater on Wednesday. Waaaay back in my first year of this blog I posted about finding some gorgeous yarn in a local thrift store. It has been sitting in my stash since then. It has called to... Continue Reading →

1986 Socks started

It felt weird not having a pair of socks going and this yarn has been calling to me for a while so I cast these on. I decided to try toe-up for a change, since I've only made one other pair with that construction. I certainly appreciate not having to worry about remembering how to... Continue Reading →

Tea Towel started

I actually started this project back before I started my sweater, but I never got around to showing it. This is mostly being made so I can use up some of my Dishie yarn without making more dishcloths. I've reached the point where I have too many dishcloths laying around and don't have enough people... Continue Reading →

Cozy Classic Raglan cast on!

I finally cast on for my first ever knitted sweater! The pattern is Cozy Classic Raglan by Jessie Maed Designs. I made one of her patterns before and was really impressed about the clarity and level of detail it had. This pattern seems intimidating but I think it is just because there is a lot... Continue Reading →

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