Month: September 2016
This Chicken Gyro Salad by Smitten Kitchen was a perfect weeknight meal on the back porch. I added feta for my own flair with this recipe–and the tzatziki was bomb. Please make this.
fair isle, in progress.
Here’s progress on my First Fair Isle Sweater by yu co, featured in Amirisu magazine. I actually had to rip a few rows back because I forgot to change my background color to the cast iron, and I want to follow the fair isle pattern as written. This is the project I’m working on for…
woolens x weeknight dinner.
Jared Flood’s new book is a dream. As if my obsession with Brooklyn Tweed yarns and patterns could get any stronger, enter Woolens. If you haven’t grabbed a copy, please do. It was a great pairing for a fish vera cruz weeknight dinner on the back porch. The recipe is from America’s Test Kitchen Best…
Literally–and figuratively! I decided to knit my nephew a Christmas in July sweater by Tanis Lavallee this July–and guess what? I’m gifting it to him for Christmas. It’s all come full circle. I decided to use up my Knit Picks Palette fingering yarn–which I have 100 hues of and is perfect for the little bits…
This August, I finally started Amirisu’s First Fair Isle sweater as part of the So Very Shannon Brooklyn Tweed sweater knit along. I bought my L0ft yarn in the above colorways for this sweater back last winter and am finally getting around to knitting this up. The palette is perfect for my fall wardrobe–I just…
I love making homemade dog treats for my pups. Please make these homemade peanut butter bacon biscuits for the canine in your life. You–and they!–won’t regret it.