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Finally Finished!

The Primavera socks are officially (and finally) done! It feels like I’ve been knitting on these things forever, which isn’t too far off, since it took me about seven months to get them completed. Overall, they turned out fine. I’m not wowed by them or anything, but there isn’t really anything wrong with them. Now […]

Hobo Bag with Cables

A few months ago, a friend’s daughter asked if I would knit her a bag. She really didn’t have many requirements, she just wanted to a blue knit bag. Now, I’m pretty picky about who I knit for, but her mother is on my “knit-worthy” list, and she is a delightful young lady, so I […]

FO – Vanilla Latte Socks

It took awhile, but I finally have these socks finished! I started them way back in June, and it feels like I’ve been working on them forever. The pattern is Vanilla Latte Socks¬†and I knit them in Baah! by La Jolla in the colorway Make My Heart Sing. Despite taking so long, I’m super happy […]

Grace Clutch as Promised

Here it is, knit, blocked, and assembled! The bag is a bit on the floppy side, but it is a gift for a friend, and I’m letting her make any decisions on lining the bag. Overall, I’m happy with how it turned out. I’m still planning on making another bag, for me. There are a […]

Finished – Roundabout Socks

The Roundabout socks are off of the needles! I’m happy with how they turned out. The yarn and pattern worked really well together. They were a pretty easy knit, and the pattern repeat was easy to remember. The pattern was Roundabout Socks, and I knit them in Bohemian 80/20 from Bohemia Fibers. I knit an […]

Done and Done!

I have finished BOTH¬†Shark Attack blanket and the Padfoot Birthday socks! The Shark Attack blanket has been finished for a couple of days, but I was waiting to get some pictures of Kiddo with the finished product. However, Kiddo has been sick and is feeling less than photogenic lately, so I will have to get […]

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