Saturday, January 30, 2010

Baby knits

Since I mostly only post things about my shop, I decided to blog about something personal. For anyone that doesn't know, I am almost 34 weeks pregnant. We are expecting a baby girl on March 16. For the last month or so I have been working on some stuff for the baby. I have never really designed clothes for an infant, so this is a first for me. I am really happy with how everything turned out though. I made a cute little pink slouch hat for her too, but I hope to photograph it on her.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Hyacinth soft and fuzzy versatile moebius wrap - OOAK - FREE US SHIPPING

As you can tell from the other items in my shop, I don't usually use fuzzy novelty yarns. However, once in a while, I do enjoy experimenting with them. This one of a kind hand knitted moebius wrap can be worn multiple ways. It is super warm and extremely soft. It was worked entirely in garter stitch on large needles. Yarn used is a bulky weight 33% wool / 67% nylon blend. Color is hyacinth. One size fits most. Check it out here:

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The Cocoa Cowl

This versatile cowl is a great way to add warmth and style to any outfit. It was worked in a soft and fluffy texture pattern. Made from 100% acrylic yarn in chocolate brown. Can be worn multiple ways around the neck, or pull it down over your shoulders. Check it out:

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Candy cane red faux cable fingerless gloves

These bright red fingerless gloves will definitely draw attention. They feature a pretty faux cable pattern with an eyelet at the center of each twist. Made from a very soft 100% superwash wool yarn. Will stretch to snugly fit up to an 8 inch hand circumference. Approximately 7 inches long. Color is candy cane red. Check them out here:

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Nutmeg merino wool textured fingerless gloves with asymmetrical cable detail

Fingerless gloves are a very stylish way to keep your hands and arms warm while maintaining full usage of your fingers. This particular pair was made from 100% merino wool. They feature a braided cable panel placed asymmetrically next to the thumb gusset. Color is nutmeg. These armwarmers were designed to be snug fitting. Will stretch to fit up to a 10" forearm. Approximately 11.5" long. Check them out here: