The White Oak leaf pleased me. The maple leaf (I’m not sure if it’s original was Norway or Sugar, you are supposed to be able to tell by the length of the lower fingers, but mine had crumbled it was Continue reading Fibonacci Sequence to the rescue
The design process ideas (!) of Lucy Hague – so cool, especially when she mentions how math and music relate to her designs. Lovely photos of Kate Davies trip (wow, those mittens) I’m working on some 3rd party submissions this Continue reading Lovely design Links
I’m preparing this set for self-publishing, the hat and scarf have been tech edited, the mittens are still in the works with Maureen Hannon. Would you like to try the patterns before formal publication? I need your knit-ability feedback, lovely Continue reading Would you test knit for me?
Naomi picked up my challenge to make increases out of the Bunny Ears decreases, and we have lots of symmetry options! The photo sample for illicium spend the last two weeks at WEBS. I almost drove the 2 hours to Continue reading Naomi’s 2-to-3 increases! illicium travels!
I caught pneumonia last week, but my husband and I are thankful that our sicknesses were staggered so the household would have one adult at a time standing (plus my Mom a mile a way) but I haven’t done much Continue reading Resting
Illicium is up today in the Twist Collecive! It has complete written instructions as well as complete stitch charts for all three medallion motifs, and a construction schematic with color suggestions and seaming strategy for 6 sizes: Cradle 542yds, 495m Infant Continue reading Illicium – a reversible afghan
Last summer Dan announced that he wanted to take me to the New York Sheep and Wool Festival for our anniversary, and reserved us a room before I could object on practical or budget reasons. Dan took off both Friday Continue reading I got to go to Rhinebeck
The homeschool co-op crochet class ended yesterday. My daughter K wound up joining it in the middle, and has learned to chain, slip and single crochet. She has no interest in following patterns at the moment (well, reading hasn’t kicked Continue reading K is Crocheting!
Knit Edge Magazine 3 is up – and I’m in the Finishing School Section I’ve re-written this web site with php so it’s a whole lot easier to add new patterns, I’ve added the two hat patterns, and changed the Continue reading Three Happy Things
Either all that practice at writing patterns is paying off, or my mind has been in a pattern writing mode this month; two new patterns are at two different tech editors until early March! Perhaps by the end of March Continue reading In Between