The tradition continues! This year the cousins are all dressed in Gramps sweaters for September.
I haven’t always knit sweaters for myself. For a long time it seemed like an infinite amount of knitting. But I’m here to tell you, it is indeed a finite amount of knitting and having a hand knit sweater, made by you, is an absolute joy.
Since 2013 the Flax sweater has been knit more than 16,000 times! Here are a few of the fabulous projects we have seen so far.
I have always loved knitting for other people, but I don’t take the time to really knit something for myself. A couple of years ago I decided that needed to change. This is a record of my progress this far.
We’ve been loving the speckles lately, how about you? Do you have a sweet stash of speckled yarns calling out for just the right project? Let’s take a look at the joyful spattering of contrast and serendipity you find in speckled yarns, and look at a few ways you might put those precious skeins to work!
Well, hacking the Flax sweater is officially one of our favourite activities. This one started with a lovely yarn and sort of meandered it’s way to the final sweater.