This pandemic is hurting people all over the world right now. Although we are among the most privileged, anxieties and stresses have us reaching for the certainties of very simple knits.
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Sometimes I am too much. I am a person filled with big ideas, and rarely the sense to assess the time reality of them. This year my plan to *not* to knit sweaters for a Christmas photo kinda failed.
This is a step-by-step tutorial on the Beloved Bonnet pattern. Grab your pattern, yarn, and needles, and let’s go!
I really really really love handspun yarn. A day will come, I suspect, when I will direct a slice of my time and attention to learning and practicing spinning regularly. Now is not the moment, but that doesn’t dampen my enthusiasm for the end result of hand spinning!
An i-cord is just a little tube of knitting. It is a great way to make tie for any knit item that might require it. You can use this technique to connect up your mittens so they don’t get lost, create ties for the Cable Me Softly booties to keep them on the wiggly baby feet, or make the ties for the Beloved Bonnet.