Month: January 2017

Knotted Cable Dishcloth

I finished another dishcloth this week from the Knit Picks Clean and Crafty collection. The Knotted Cable Dishcloth was posted two weeks ago and I was a little hesitant to start another cable project after just finishing the cable cape. However, the pattern was easy to follow and (almost) memorize. While it’s a little larger than I normally would like…

Cable Cape

I’ve felt for a while like I’ve been in a knitting rut: I’m not really trying new things; I have my go-to projects and patterns and I haven’t really strayed far from them. I want to try this year to attempt new patterns through I know there’s going to be plenty of the old standbys as well.   I have a…

Snowflake Dishcloth

I live under the delusion that sock and dishcloth yarn do not count as stash.  And while let’s just say there does come a point where the line of ridiculous is a long ways in the rear view mirror.

This Little Fishy Went to Market

“But Americans don’t own the fish in their oceans anymore, not really.”   Every now and then (not nearly often enough) I read a book and just think: “Yes. This.” It just speaks to you. “The Fish Market: Inside the Big-Money Battle for the Ocean and Your Dinner Plate” blew me away.   I get this book may not be…

Royale Treatment

Sunday night I cast on a sock before I had finished the first.  I told myself it was because I was traveling this week, but secretly I’d received new Knitter’s Pride Royale needles and was anxious to try them out.  I had some interchangables I’d tried and really liked so I was anxious to try the double points. The first…