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I made this lopapeysa for the upcoming NFL season. It is Dropar design in Seahawks colors! Perfect to keep warm and celebrate blue Friday with! Go Hawks!

Tíglar Lopapeysa for my friend Ed, in Rasta colors! This is one of my favorite designs. Simple, elegant, and works well with these three colors!

This was one of the quickest sweaters of knitted up, probably because it seems to be the most popular design among my friends. Maybe I'll know it by heart in…

Phew! It has been a while since I knitted a full sweater. We've just been so busy, busy, busy with our anniversary computer project and streaming live on Twitch…

This was a very tough pattern to follow, especially in the book. (I blurred out the image in respect for the designer.) If it weren't for someone else posting…

I have lots of scarves, a pile of them really, and my granddaughter is in heap. I love to knit. Scarves and hats are my favorite to make with nice yarns. 😊

This is a lopapeysa made for my Step Mom using Berkshire Bulky and Plymoth yarns. Pattern here! I'm glad I was finally able to finish this, despite how busy I…

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 finished another Strýta Lopapeysa. This one is for a long time friend of whom I met online through World of Warcraft. He is visiting us this coming…

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…

Dalur Lopapeysa While in Iceland, Shibe and I stopped by the Álafoss factory where they sell handknit lopapeysa and lopi to make your own! The lady working at…

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…
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