Cozy Baby Cardigan

After almost a year of not picking up a pair of knitting needles, I’ve recently rekindled my love for knitting. My timing could be better (nothing says late spring like a knitted cardigan, right?), but at least I’ll be prepared for the fall. Initially I planned on making a summer cardigan for my daughter — … Continue reading Cozy Baby Cardigan

Ruffle-Sleeve Top

Today I bring you a pattern that isn’t for babies (surprise!). There will definitely be more of those in the future, but I’ve also been sewing some things for myself. This beautiful Ruffle-Sleeve Top is actually a free pattern — and if that doesn’t sell you on it, read on for more gushing. I’m currently … Continue reading Ruffle-Sleeve Top

Comforts of Home

Today marks day 56 of social distancing, quarantining and staying safe at home. I’m thankful for so many things right now, but this time hasn’t been easy. I’ve been finding comfort in little things that I have control over: delicious food, a cozy space and making all the things. Are you even in quarantine if … Continue reading Comforts of Home

Cable Studies

This post is a bit different from my usual “patterns”. The more I delve into knitting patterns, the more I realize that my pattern writing is seriously lacking. They help me recall projects, although a more experienced writer would cringe. But I digress… I’d really just like to share some of the new cables I’ve learned … Continue reading Cable Studies

Big Blanket

Well, it’s been quite a while since I last blogged; mostly due to the fact that it’s summer time and I rarely bring out the yarn in the summer. As I was sitting around today spending some quality time with Netflix, as I do (it’s Saturday…), I realized I have so many projects tucked away … Continue reading Big Blanket

Brioche Scarf

Brioche stitch, where have you been all my life? Dramatic? Maybe, but I’m seriously obsessed with this stitch. I have a confession to make: I often browse the knits in stores and try to dissect them. Without looking like a nut, I try to figure out how it was achieved, and the brioche stitch was … Continue reading Brioche Scarf