Spring has me itching for lace! This year I was able to get these obligatory Mum & Daughter shots of me and Neve in matching sweaters!
A few weeks ago I combined my speckle obsession with my current need to constantly knit sweaters for my kids. I knit Hunter a bright and cheery speckled Lush sweater!
We’ve been talking all about spring cleaning this week, about caring for and storing your knits, and about spring cleaning your stash too!
Sometimes people ask why we’ve gone so ‘all in’ with the baby knits. Or they think that Tin Can Knits only designs for babies and children.
Making 2015 the ‘Year of the Sweater’ here at Tin Can Knits was amazing. We heard from so many knitters who completed their very first garment, gifted sweaters to loved ones, and those dedicated knitters who completed 12 sweaters (or more) in just 12 months!
The final step in most knitting projects is blocking, which settles the knit stitches into place, stretches and reveals lace patterns, and allows your yarn to bloom and the collection of knit stitches to become a unified piece of fabric.