Swaps are quite popular over at Ravelry. What is a swap? Join a group in the forums that has a theme you enjoy, sign up for a partner, and follow the rules. Usually, swaps have a dollar limit, and requirements, such as an edible treat, a crafted project, and yarn. For example, I recently participated […]Read More Love me a good swap!
I am behind on updating my FO’s, and here are three that I have completed and want to share with you guys. 1. Murky Waters Scarf I’ve knit this scarf a few times, and I felt like doing it again for a Ravelry project. I also spun the yarn a while ago. I think it […]Read More Three Projects
And that’s pretty much what I did this weekend. I also needed squares from my Lovegood blanket over at Hogwarts at Ravelry, where I am a member of House Ravenclaw. Harry Potter for the win! So, I decided on two different squares. The first is a horseshoe cable square. I like it! Cables are fun, […]Read More Bored? Knit a square!
I knit an owl tonight! I actually did for a group at Ravelry, Hogwarts at Ravelry. You guessed, I’m a closet Harry Potter nerd. I’m only now reading the books. I’m on the fifth on in the series, “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.” It’s a bit dragging, but is picking up. Overall, […]Read More Owl Puff
I recently completed a knitting class to learn how to do the Wingspan scarf/shawl pattern that can be found on Ravelry. It was fun and I will post pictures of my project when it is done. I’ll admit something. I could’ve easily have figured out this pattern on my own. The real reason I took […]Read More Camaraderie
Double pointed needles, which shall be called henceforth DPN’s, were a frustrating mystery to me. They seemed clunky and clumsy, and I deliberately tried to avoid using them. But, I had a few patterns in my pattern binder that called for them and those patterns would mercilessly mock me every time I paged passed them. […]Read More Adventures with DPN’s and Tie Dye