Category: Knitting

Another Pair of Socks Finished

While putting together the photo history of this little pair of socks, I realized their construction process was more eventful than normal, or at least as eventful as knitting during meetings, conference calls, and waiting time can be.     There was a long day when I did a meeting by conference call. I do not recommend this. Followed by…

Dishcloth Confession

Confession time:   Until recently, I’d never successfully knit a dishcloth from the classic Grandma’s dishcloth pattern. I’d tried, but for reasons I’m not completely sure of, I just had a mental block about it. I went on to knit other successful projects. I became completely obsessed with the garterlac dishcloth. I loved the pattern and after knitting dozens and…

Temperature Scarf at the Halfway Point

  June felt like a cold month as the green spattered throughout the month would indicated. I’m starting to feel like I left too much of a temperature range for each colour (some of the yellow felt colder than the scarf looks). Something to keep in mind if I ever do this again.   There’s a little part of me…

Temperature Scarf in May

As May rolls along, orange (plus 20) creeps into the scarf. You can almost believe that summer is coming. 😎

Here Fishy Fishy

One of the things on my knitterly bucket list has been to try test knitting. The process of how patterns are developed intrigues me. Since I’m not designing my own patterns, this seemed like the next best thing. There are groups on Ravelry that link up pattern designers with people willing to test them. I’ve been lurking in the groups…