Posted in September 2012

Originally posted on Streetcolor:
Luke Haynes – textile artist and quiltmaker  – yarnbombed this house / storefront on Capitol Hill in Seattle , Washington on Sat .  Sept 25 with a group of 17 yarnbombers . The yarnbombing was to prepare for the opening of bookstore . 3 Great Things About This 1 . This…

Crochet in Italy

Crochet in Italy

I’ve witnessed some quite amazing crochet in Italy. Things I would love to be able to make and do. Crochet still bewilders me and I am barely able to do a basic stitch. Physically I understand the idea of how the fabric is made, with one continuous loop instead of many (as in knitting). I … Continue reading

So I know it’s not quite Headband Season yet

So I know it’s not quite Headband Season yet

But I couldn’t help myself. I knit this last night as I caught up on some American television (clearly taken advantage of my last few days in Italy). This is an extremely easy pattern, and my first on circular needles woo! Get ready for some webcam fashion shoot! I’ll try and take high quality photos … Continue reading

About not having a camera…

I am so frustrated!! I have four FINISHED knitting projects I want to share, but I only have a webcam as of now. If you’ve read my previous posts you know that both my iphone and my camera got stolen while I was traveling. Tragic in many ways, but now I can’t blog! I know … Continue reading

Fun story about knitting and traveling!!

Fun story about knitting and traveling!!

Actually it’s not really exciting, but if you want to hear a little bit about my knitting while traveling, then read on! I was originally trying to knit something slightly complicated. It was going to be another knitted bathing suit, black this time, and more geometrically inspired. A few days into Paris though I realized I wasn’t … Continue reading