Monthly Archives: June 2013

Flower of the Sea

I love it when a project turns out better than expected. This is my Fiore di Mare¬†Shawlette, knit in On Your Toes Bamboo in the ivory colourway. I was not at all sure if the finished piece would be, well, … Continue reading

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Knitting Tips

Knitting projects can range from the simple potholder of a beginner, to a beautiful shawl knit from such fine yarn that it can fit through a wedding ring. And while these projects might look as different as night and day, … Continue reading

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Just a Peek

In order to avoid yet more embarrassment, I’ve been working hard on my Ornament SAL for June. Want to see? I really do have much, much more done than just this corner. In fact, I just need to do a … Continue reading

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Three Onesies

It seems this is the month for stitching on things other than linen. Last week I stitched up these three onesies as a gift. They are stitched on real Gerber “Onesies”, short sleeve and very light-weight. Perfect for the summer. … Continue reading

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TUSAL – June 2013

What?! It’s time for June’s TUSAL? Somehow I completely missed May’s. I think it was because I was busy trying to get Project 36Five up and running. My little ORT collector holds all the bits from both May and June. … Continue reading

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Rose Keychain

One of the newest trends seems to be stitching on bamboo, wooden or plastic forms that have pre-punched holes. Red Gate Stitchery was at the Creativ Festival back in April, and she had a while bunch of different shapes and … Continue reading

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Hands and Feet

I’ve been knitting for hands and feet lately. The other week I finished a pair of leggings for a little girl (no pictures, sadly), as well as these gloves: The pattern is Green Thumb by Diana Foss (available from Ravelry … Continue reading

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