Monthly Archives: November 2016

My answer is wool and cables

Knitting friends, I don’t mind saying that November has been a little bit crazypants. Perhaps even more than a bit crazypants. Crazytrousers, even. My day job is non-stop busy during the day, the real world feels less than reassuring, and I’m starting to do a mental holiday count down towards the holidays. (I have not […]

Catching up, part 2

My knitting blog friends, I do owe you a bit of catch up. One of the first things I’d be remiss in mentioning is that a pattern I had the privilege of designing this past year is now out in the world – I’m pleased to show you Francoise, a vest pattern which is one […]

Around and around we go

It’s that time of year again. The weather turns cooler again, pumpkin spice creations are inexplicably everywhere, I return from Rhinebeck…and then cast on a Pi Shawl. I just can’t quit with the Pi Shawls. They are pleasing to bundle up in as a kind of carefree accessory, and the simplicity of the construction means […]