Charlotte, finished objects, knitting, projects, sewing

Finished Objects!

It's been a while since I had any of these, isn't it?First up, I made another Charlotte. For this one, I used a different yarn and a smaller needle size for a slightly different fit. These photos were taken before blocking. Once it's dry, I'll get some nicer pics that I can add to the… Continue reading Finished Objects!

cardigan, knitting, London Calling, projects, sweater, wip

Body Work

I finally cast off the body of the London Calling cardigan!Now I just have the sleeves...and the collar...and the button band...and the finnishing...I might be at this a while yet.

projects, quilt, recycling, scraps, sewing, wip

What I Made on My Day Off

That would be the top portion of a quilt, made from my old work shirts. The patterned material is from my favorite pillow sham which met an untimely death.Somehow, I wound up with exactly the right number of blocks. No leftovers, none missing. When I get more fabric, I'll add to it (this is about… Continue reading What I Made on My Day Off

gifts, knitting, love, projects, rainbow, wip, yarn


You can't tell anyone.I'm making a present.I can't tell you who it's for, or what it is yet, because she might be reading this. I don't know.But oh my god, I love this yarn:Bernat Mosaic in "Calypso", just for the record.RAINBOWS!!!

knitting, London Calling, projects, wip

It’s That Time of Year Again

Remember this?It's the sweater that never ends: London Calling.For those keeping track, this would be my fourth year of working on it. Last year, if you recall, I discovered that the cables on the decreases of the shoulders did not line up, so I started over and decided to make the entire thing seamless (or… Continue reading It’s That Time of Year Again

afghan, crafts, crochet, household, knitting, projects, shrug, socks

UFO Sightings

I made a few small dents in the UnFinished Object bin over the weekend. On Friday, I cast off the dish mat that I started just before we moved into our current house--back in November, I think. It's been languishing for a while. First because lack of yarn, and then because I just plain forgot… Continue reading UFO Sightings

crafts, dish mat, household, knitting, nook cover, projects, shrug, socks

Odds and Ends

I've done a little bit of shuffling around on my projects this week. I usually try to keep no more than 3 active knitting projects going at any one time, since that seems to be the limit of my attention span.My nook cover--which you'll hear a lot more about once it's done--is on hold at… Continue reading Odds and Ends

knitting, projects, socks

Finally Finished!

Some knitters can knock out  a pair of socks in a week or two.According to Ravelry, these socks have been on the needles for about two months. I like to knit socks. I really do. But I only make about two pair a year because they take me forever.I might be faster, except that lately… Continue reading Finally Finished!

color, knitting, projects

4KCBWDAY4 Color!

What are your favourite colours for knitted or crocheted projects. Have a think about what colours you seem to favour when yarn shopping and crafting.Only after writing this part of your post should you then actually look to see what colours you have used in your projects. Make a quick tally of what colours you… Continue reading 4KCBWDAY4 Color!

infographic, knitting, projects

4KCBWDAY3 Infographic

Today's prompt is to create an infographic describing something in your knitting. For mine, I plugged a couple of numbers into Excel and hit "insert pie chart".I went through my project page on Ravelry to get the numbers, though I suspect they are slightly skewed. I have a bad habit of not adding things to… Continue reading 4KCBWDAY3 Infographic