Lately I’ve been working on a few projects, mainly this brioche scarf for my mom’s birthday at the end of November.I adore the gradient of the main yarn color. I’ve messed up a couple times, but nothing too major. I think it gives the scarf character 😉 It’s going to be gorgeous once I block it!The pattern is “Soutache” by Carol Sunday. I don’t remember what the yarns are off the top of my head, but drop a comment if you’re curious and I’ll find the tags!I’m still deciding whether I’ll leave the ends open or turn it into an infinity scarf. I’m thinking it might be slightly too short for an open-ended scarf. I’d appreciate any opinions on this!Have you ever tried brioche before? Do you have any patterns I should try? Drop a comment! 🐑
Hey guys, today’s post is a quick brainstorming post for my own purposes, as I’m thinking of posting some knitting videos to my youtube and I’m coming up with some ideas. Let me know what you think and if you would be interested in videos like this!
- Yarn Stash
- Future Projects — planning using yarn and patterns
- Current WIPs
- Blocking finished works
- Punk knitting! Fingerless gloves, leg warmers, chokers, and other accessories
- Watch Sophie learn a new technique!
- Drunk Knitting
- Replying to livestream forum posts on ravelry
- Talking about knitting to boys on tinder
- Watch me teach a friend how to knit!
- My sense of style — trying on clothes, makeup, and accessories
- Movie-inspired knitting
- Knitting model photography
- My favorite magazines
These would be shorter, vlog-style videos. I could also post tutorials, although there are a LOT of those online already. I kind of want this to be a fun, personable channel.
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Hey everyone, I thought I would share some older finished projects. I asked my family members to send me photos of things I’ve made for them in the past.
I don’t have the names of the yarn I used for most of these on me right now, but if you have a question about any of them leave it in the comments and I can find out!
The hat above were both made with self-striping yarn — pattern-free! They were some of the earliest knitted goods I made, and were given to my mom.
Not a great photo, but this is a hat I made for my step-dad this past christmas! It was the first time I used stranded knitting and I definitely had some difficulties with it.
Stay tuned for more finished project updates!
Hey everyone, sorry for not updating in such a long time! I have been knitting a lot but too busy with school to keep up with this blog.
Right now I’m working on a lavender sweater for my sister as a gift for her high school graduation. I copied the pattern from an issue of Interweave Knits.
I’m going to make it 4-5 inches shorter on the bottom, since my sister likes slightly cropped shirts.
This is what I have so far:
I’m really loving the cables on this pattern!
I’m using a basic acrylic yarn, one of the Caron one pound balls. I usually prefer wool or cotton to acrylic, but one of my professors had some extra yarn and offered me some, which of course I couldn’t refuse!
P.S. I’ve been carrying my projects around in this adorable canvas bag from my favorite yarn store, Yarn in Montpelier VT. Check them out if you live in the area!
Hey all! Sorry for my absence, I actually wanted to finish some projects before posting my next update but that hasn’t happened.
I was working on this scarf using gorgeous cotton yarn from the Great Adirondack Yarn Co., but I had to unravel it because I was making it too wide and I wouldn’t have had enough yarn to complete it. I was thinking of buying more of it, but this particular colorway is out of stock everywhere near me. Sigh!
In other news, I did end up scooping up some more Crystal Palace yarns from my LYS, so I’m all stocked up on those for the time being (possibly forever). This picture is very purple but it’s the only one I have at the moment. More to come.
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Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more projects I’ve been picking away at!
Today I finished my first sock that I’ve been working on.
It’s not perfect but it’s a fine first attempt. I’m planning on making three more socks with my remaining yarn in this colorway, so two of them will be more refined and one will be about identical. That should be some fun knitting during my 6 am shift tomorrow!
After work tomorrow I will also be stopping by Yarn in Montpelier to pick up some more of the Crystal Palace Yarn I love so much. One of my friends actually wired me $6.80 because I mentioned I wanted some more.
More updates to come! Hopefully the next few socks will go quicker!
I’ve never knitted socks before, but I have just started my first pair and I’m pretty excited about it.
After this, I am planning on knitting some as holiday presents for my family members. Right now I am using a pattern I got from Must Love Yarn, a great LYS in Shelburne, Vermont. I got it for free during the annual Great Northern Yarn Haul! Check out my ongoing blog post about the yarn haul pinned at the top of my blog.
Yarn in Montpelier still has some of the Crystal Palace Yarns in stock, so I’m planning on heading there and scooping some up before they disappear forever. Here’s a bonus look at the ones I currently have that I might grab matches for:
Sorry everyone, no post today as I have been very busy with work. My schedule makes it difficult to find time to sit down, let alone at a desk and with internet access. I’m in a hotel this week and the wifi is very bad here.
I will be trying to get a post up tomorrow. I have some exciting stuff in the works, including a update to the yarn tour, lace swatches, a scarf, and making my own patterns! Stay tuned!
Until then, enjoy this picture of some gorgeous yarn I recently picked up.
Hey guys! I have a lot of progress to report but I haven’t had much time to sit down and write it out, so for now I’ll just talk about this winter hat I’ve been working on.
I finished the (very simple) lining and next I will move on to the wool outer shell.
Hi everyone! I’ve made some progress on that practice raglan sweater I’ve been working on.
As I suspected before, the collar is way way too big, but honestly it doesn’t matter that much. I’ll either take it in after the sweater is finished, or I’ll unravel the sweater and redo it. Either way, I just want to get the sweater done because it’s mainly for practice and to make sure I can really do it.
As you can see, this is also for practice doing yarn overs and lace knitting.
I’m also working on some other lace practice, so keep an eye out for my post about that!