Green Ridges Scarf

Keeping this post short and simple. I made this scarf as a Christmas gift and just figured I’d share the pattern in case anyone else wanted to make one. Green Ridges Scarf Materials: Worsted (4) Weight Yarn US10/6.00mm Knitting Needles Scissors Needle Directions: CO 35 Row 1-6: K1, *P1, K1, repeat from * across, turn.…

Advertisements

Chunky Pumpkin Hat

There really was no rhyme or special reason for this newest hat design other than the fact that it’s October and Halloween is on its way. Now, if you ask my son, all the hats I make are for him. If he knows I’m making a hat or sees a finished one, he seeks me…

Finished Friday: July 14-July 20th

This week’s Finished Friday post is brought to you by a little boy who requested Batman! My son has loved Batman since as far back as I can remember, so, naturally, when I asked him what kind of sweater he wanted, he said “a Batman one.” Ooooookkkkk… How in the heck was I going to…

Finished Friday: May 5th – May 12th

It’s Finished Friday again and I managed to complete a project I started back on February 22nd of this year! This was supposed to be a relatively quick project, but I get project sidetracked A LOT! Tada! This is Eldfell. She is a beautiful pullover knit in bulky weight yarn. The original pattern calls for…

Finished Friday: March 17th-23rd

It’s been a bit since I posted a Finished Friday! I’ve been doing more spinning than anything lately and I’m completely absorbed in it! The whole process is so relaxing! Not that knitting and crocheting isn’t relaxing, but there’s something about completing the whole process from carding to spinning to completing a project that is…

Belated Valentine’s Hat

Yep, yep. As the name I’ve chosen for this hat states, this hat was supposed to be released on Valentine’s Day, but it was late…obviously! It’s a simple knit hat that uses 2 different colors for the heart chart. It’s perfect for beginners and experts alike. No frills, just a cute hat! Belated Valentine’s Hat…