Stitch Play: Telluride

Stitch Play: Telluride

When I knit up a sample of Telluride from Classic Elite Yarns, I wanted a stitch pattern that was as simple and beautiful as the yarn itself. Oh, yes, I think this one hit the mark. Give it a try and let me know what you think! Remember, 2/2 LC is a left-leaning cable, so work it like this: slip two stitches to a cable needle and hold to the front, knit two, then knit the two from the cable

Fée + Giveaway

Fée + Giveaway

Fée is a brand new shawl knitting pattern for you! It was SUCH a fun project to design as I entered in a unique realm of shawl construction and fun. I wanted to play with new shaping and while it looks complex, you’ll enjoy the progression of asymmetry that falls into place in a surprisingly natural way. The results are truly fantastic! Light, airy, delicate, like wings of a fairy. It wraps around the shoulders or neck just perfectly, making it

Shea Scarf + Tutorial!

I am a personal fan of all things uncomplicated, especially when the results are delicate, deliciously textural, and beautiful. Enter the lovely Shea Scarf. Didn’t my model, the amazing Lorien, do a fabulous job? 🙂 This charming little number is knit up in Knit Picks Diadem, an insanely soft fingering weight yarn. It takes only one skein (315 yards/288 m of yarn) and I would rate this perfect for the beginner eager to add a new stitch to the repertoire. No special

Zuli Tunic

My oldest daughter is 8 years old (actually, she’ll be 9 in less than 3 weeks) and recently insisted we head to the yarn store so she could pick some yarn, “I really need you to make me a new top, mama.” I, of course, couldn’t say no to that! Apparently, my fiber calling has neglected the needs of my sweet girls, so I devoted time to knitting them just the right thing (yes, my youngest will be showing off