New Pattern Release!
Honey Do is a versatile cap, suitable of either guy or gal, and works up quickly in worsted weight yarn. With a generous ribbed brim to keep ears warm, and a fun slip-and-tuck pattern to keep it interesting enough to zoom to the finish but easy enough that you won’t be glancing back at the pattern constantly. Use my Circular Tubular Cast On if you’re up for learning something new, or stick to tried-and-true long tail cast on; either way you’ll end up with a fabulous fitting hat. Four sizes, from infant to adult large, will cover all the noggins in your nest.
Have you seen the March issue of Mothering Magazine? Normally, we look forward to Mothering, but I was especially excited to get this issue. That sweet little girl on the cover? Isn't she stunning?! And the lovely little hat she's wearing - it's our Pilot Cap! There's a blurb inside about a mama knitting the hat for her friend's daughter, and then a link to us. So, if you're visiting from Mothering - welcome! I hope that you enjoy what we've got here, and find some lovely projects for your family.
Now that we've finally turned the calendar to post-Christmas, I'm itching to get started on warm, woolie projects without a deadline. Perhaps you're also thinking it's time for the stick and string to get working on some cool weather goodness? Maybe a few pairs of longies to keep your wee babe warm on chilly evenings? Or a Beachcomber sweater for your fall hikes?
Perhaps you'd like a small and portable project for those stolen moments betweenhomework and dinner? Lucky for you, we've released the 2008 Sock Club patterns from the Vault. Not into sock knitting? (It's okay, I forgive you) Maybe slippers are more your style? How about working up a new pair of mittens to replace those that got buried under the snow pile last winter, and avoid the mad scramble at the first flurries? Perhaps someone you love needs a new hat?