One Down, One to Go

Finished a sock for my littlest. Isn’t it cute? Yarn is my own hand-dyed in my Bouquet colorway (check the shop – link above – for availability). Pattern is a franken-sock. Part Susan B Anderson, Tin Can Knits and the Rose City Rollers pattern.

Rose City Rollers

Finished my ankle socks and LOVE how they turned out! They fit perfectly and feel amazing. There’s something so luxurious about hand knit socks made exactly for your own foot. The yarn is mine own and the colorway is called “Tequila Sunrise”. There’s only one skein left on my standard sock base (superwash merino/nylon) in…

New/First Knitting Project Bag

Until now I’ve used primarily gallon ziploc bags for my knitting project bags. Then I saw this little beauty in a shop update for the great Fat Squirrel Speaks – Amy Beth – and had to have it. Isn’t it adorable?! Woodland creatures and mushrooms! ❤

My Fiber-Filled Week

I realize that I post a lot about my yarn-making to places like Instagram and Facebook, but I always forget to post here to my website. I will try harder to do better moving forward. Thank you for your patience while I find my site-based rhythm. 🙂 This week has been full of fibery goodness…

Dueling Reyna Shawls

I have twin fifth graders. My boys are sweethearts, but they’re also full of energy and not exactly the easiest students for their teachers. Instead of a gift card or wine as a gratitude gift, this year I decided to knit them Reyna shawls instead. School for us ends at the end of May so…