I'm happiest when starting a project, and even more so, while I'm ending it - especially while blocking, when I can admire the fruits of the hard (but enjoyable) work that I put in over the past few weeks (or months, in my case.) And it is with a happy grin that I present my … Continue reading East Beach Tee
Still knitting this one. I'd thought I would wear it at least once before the year ends, but now I'm not too sure - I have a competing ongoing activity, my art journal project. (Speaking of the year ending, where did 2019 go?) The good news, though, is that there will be absolutely no yarn … Continue reading WIP: East Beach Tee
Looks like my chosen two colors for the East Beach Tee are not meant to be. Regardless of the combination I came up with, it turns out I cannot make this project with these two - I'd fall short on one color every time. So I frogged some of the project, and changed the contrast … Continue reading East Beach Tee – Third Time Lucky?
If there's such a thing as a Contemplation-in-Progress project, then that's what I'm working on. And sporadically at that. I actually haven't knit or done any kind of yarn related work at all for more than 2 weeks now. I've been doing some programming for myself, and it was going so great that I didn't … Continue reading Back from a Detour
Looks like I managed productive bursts of knitting towards the end of my current project, and completed it as a surprise move! I'm as surprised as you are - I certainly expected this post to be an I'm-almost-there one. This shawl is inspired by Puck's Tunic from Susanna IC. I knit the shawl with sections … Continue reading Puck’s Tunic Inspired Shawl
My current project, a shawl for my sister, is inspired by a tunic. She really liked the pattern when we browsed through magazines for potential candidates, and I just have to multiply the pattern by N to make a shawl from a tunic, right? 🙂 Puck's Tunic is designed by Susanna IC. (Remember my Oshara … Continue reading Puck’s Tunic Inspired Shawl – WIP
My Kashmiri Shawl is now done! The shawl is a pattern from Lana Jois, to which I've made very minimal modifications to better suit the yarn and my preferences. Ever spent ages trying (and failing) to capture in pictures just how lovely you find your project? I keep thinking the pictures just don't do … Continue reading Kashmiri Shawl