Oshara Shawl

I completed the Oshara Shawl MKAL, and I'm in love with the shawl! My joy is threefold - that the shawl turned out alright though I didn't know what I was going to make, that my choice of colors turned out alright just brilliant, and that my slight modifications to the pattern turned out alright. … Continue reading Oshara Shawl

A Texturilicious Cardigan

I guess it was too much to hope that I'd complete this project last year, but it's finally ready. Well, almost ready, since I feel the sweater could do with more buttons but we've not ordered any. However, it's wearable now, so can I consider it done already? 🙂 The cardigan used up almost 1400 … Continue reading A Texturilicious Cardigan

Textures and Mistakes

I've reached the armholes of the textured cardigan, and wow, was this an engaging knit or what! The continuous change in textures between the body and the cables and the sleeves made sure there was never a dull moment so far. Engaging or not, mistakes happen, and I had to rectify them. Usually, every few … Continue reading Textures and Mistakes

A Texturilicious Start!

After a successful stripey top, it's time for a new project! The project on my needles right now is a cardigan for my sis that I started this week. Earlier, I mentioned a delicious orange yarn that we thought of working with, but I couldn't really come up with something that would do justice to … Continue reading A Texturilicious Start!

Textured Blouse

Can you believe it, my mom's blouse is ready! I think this is the quickest I've ever produced a garment. 🙂 While the knit itself was pretty boring because (a) simple pattern and (b) this project occupied every free moment I had, I'm satisfied with how it turned out. The texture is just awesome! I … Continue reading Textured Blouse

Some Progress, and a Restart

The Progress -- Through Thick and Thin I completed the front of my stripey top, and joined the two pieces too. So technically, it's now wearable. 😉 I can't wait to complete the sleeves so I can actually wear it. This is the easiest project ever when it comes to seaming the sides. No pins, … Continue reading Some Progress, and a Restart