Posts tagged pattern

January 28, 2013

Olivia’s Raglan Jumper

I started this at the beginning of the month because I wanted something that I hadn’t actually finished before. I still have my Winter Jumper that I’m only a quarter of the way through and I saw that this wouldn’t take me all year to do. So I bring you, Olivia’s Raglan Jumper.

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January 16, 2013

Winter Capucine

Here is an uber quick knit that was completed in between finishing the bottom of Ollie’s raglan jumper and starting the sleeves. I just wanted something that would only take a couple of hours and would turn out cute. I’m more than delighted with this pattern. I altered it slightly by casting on more stitches […]

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November 20, 2012

Lifestyle Toe Up Socks

So I finished the newborn sock I started two days ago. Instead of following the pattern (as usual) I deviated and used the No Muss No Fuss short row heel from the Lifestyle Toe Up Socks pattern that I had used previously. Well this time it was successful. Yay me. So instead of making a […]

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November 19, 2012

Socks for a Newborn

So over the last week or so I have started a couple of new projects. I have on my needles, a baby blanket that is coming along nicely. It’s being made from Moda Vera Pure Wool in a lime green colour. The second project I only started last night out of pure whim and it’s […]

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March 31, 2011

Can’t stop progress!

With a couple of false starts (such as twisting the WIP when joining the round on circular needles, not realizing that make one actually meant make one, not knit one), my bag is coming along quite nicely and quickly! The cables are actually very easy (in this pattern anyway). I don’t have a cable needle […]

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November 19, 2010

Catherine’s Wheel baby Afghan Update

Just a small post to update how the Catherine’s Wheel Baby afghan is going. Its a really smooth and easy pattern to get a hold of and the project grows fairly quickly. I’m really happy with how its coming out.

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November 3, 2010

Baby Scratch Mittens!

I cant say that I know for sure that bub’s will be needing scratch mittens but its better to have them just in case! I didnt want to sit down and knit or crochet any but wanted to sew a couple so I found an unreal tutorial that had a template (as I had no […]

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