Honey Cowl is probably one of the most popular cowl patterns (together with Gaptastic cowl) on Raverly. It was on my knitting list even before I took up knitting! I won’t dwell on the details…It’s the short version. No changes! Il modello Honey Cowl è tra i più amati su Raverly (insieme al Gap-tastic cowl). Era sulla mia lista di progetti prima ancora che cominciassi a fare la … Continue reading Honey Cowl: Argentina dreaming
I did it! I made a bra!!! It’s Ohhh Lulu Jasmine Bra. Given it’s my first bra ever, I am very happy with the result. It’s fully lined. And it fits! Pattern matching should have been better but I didn’t have much fabric left. As someone who dislikes underwire bras (tell me I am not the only one, please!) this is a really nice pattern. Ce l’ho … Continue reading My First Bra: Ohhh Lulu Jasmine Bra
Back in October I visited Abilmente craft fair and discovered a small Italian business that produces its own yarn in Italy: The Wool Box. Linda from The Wool Box was wearing a gorgeous capelet made with one of their yarns and I fell in love with the design. Though my knitting knowledge was was limited to knitting and purling…I walked out with this unbleached natural … Continue reading Knitted Capelet – The Wool Box pattern
After finishing Miette, I was determined to learn continental knitting…and with Christmas approaching I thought I could make a cowl for my sister and mom. Last year, I had sewn wool cowls for them and they asked for more. Admittedly, sewing wool is much faster than knitting! My sister is wearing the Mock Brioche, Mock the Cold cowl I was drawn by this pattern because it … Continue reading Tweed Knitted Cowls – Christmas presents
How was your New Year’s Eve? Big parties, fireworks, a family gathering or just some great crafting time? Whatever you did, I’d like to wish you a happy and healthy 2014! We had a small family gathering with way too much food…if that wasn’t enough we just got done eating lunch at 3pm today…I’ve been eating non-stop for the past…ok, let’s not count! Remember the … Continue reading Happy 2014! First project of the year!