The Striped Hats pattern by Quince and Co. is for sure my favorite pattern this winter. It’s simple, easy to memorize so the project is good for travel or knitting in public, and they knit up in a day or two. Plus, the color combinations are endless and you don’t need large amounts of woolContinue reading “f.o. | striped hats.”
Originally, I started this hat with the intention of gifting it to my sister in law for Christmas. However, once it was done, its slouchier style felt a little too funky for her more conservative taste. Alas, new hat for myself, which fits like a glove and has just enough hip to it. Varia’s ombreContinue reading “ombre.”
I spread out a gorgeous pile of Malabrigo Merino Worsted recently purchased at Windsor Button in the hopes of finding inspiration for several fall to winter wearables: hats, mittens, and triangle scarves. I think Malabrigo Merino might be my favorite yarn, for its subtle color changes, soft as butter feel, and general purpose usability. ThoughContinue reading “designing, 9.9”
I love how the Malabrigo Worsted I was working with recently draped across the Adirondack chair and around my coffee mug. This is quintessential of what my knitting sessions look like.
I finally got my hands on some delicious Malabrigo yarn! Drools! While these two kettle dyed and handspun in Uruguay skeins really made my credit card sweat, let me just say, it.was.worth.it. Malabrigo yarn is smooth and soft as butter; a pure Merino worsted weight yarn well worth the $12 a hank; and might IContinue reading “Malabri-n-go Me This!”