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Actually these are baby booties that I knitted for some lucky baby that parents’s will recieve as a gift.

This scarf is certainly on the fuzzy side!I got the yarn from what was a local farm that raised Angora goats. It was a challenge to knit this scarf with this…

In light of the holiday spirit, my husband wanted a knit Santa Hat. It turned out quite nicely, actually. I honestly thought tapering off the end of the hat…

Yesterday, I finally finished a Styta Lopapeysa. (Design Here) I made this sweater from Valley Yarn's Berkshire Bulky, a nice soft yarn made from merino wool…

The Reykr hat is a simple beanie that I made using Lion Brand Scarfie yarn. It's soft, warm, and fits everyone! So far I've made three of these hats; one for my…

I made the Tíglar Lopapeysa for my husband. We think he might have a slight allergy to lanolin so I tried to make him a sweater using a traditional Icelandic…

The Dalur lopapeysa design is one of my favorites. This make will mark my second one, now. It wasn't until I got to the sleeves that I learned a different…

Tight Knit What's better than knit on a winter day? That same knit with sequin (and my girl inside)!

It's Friday! After work I did a big grocery shop and got loads of really healthy food and ingredients. I wanted to try out a dinner idea so my shopping basket…

…getting a surprise gift in the mail. My sister is the best! She knitted these socks just for me and sent them down from Massachusetts. Aren't they fabulous? …

I found the perfect yarn at the dollar store. I bought 7 skeins. The only trouble was it is too thin for the sweater jacket I wanted to make. So, I decided to…
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