Posts Tagged“knitting”

Yesterday on my morning walk I found myself reflecting back at the past week. There has been so much going on that I can hardly get it all processed in my busy head. So I thought why not share it here with you to get a better picture of it, as if my blog is my ‘morning pages’. So, Welcome to a week in the life of a maker, designer, teacher, mom, wife, sister and a ‘very tidy house’ lover! Every morning whenever I have a chance I’ll grab a morning walk in our local park, about a 10 minute…

These beautiful Jelly Rolls socks by Mara Catherine Bryner are a special guest on my YouTube channel this week. I finished knitting the toe about two weeks ago and was just about to graft the stitches. I thought it would be a good idea to add the Kitchener stitch on socks knitting into my video tutorials using ​this joyful ​pair as a model.​ Kitchener stitch Is a technique of grafting together two lines of live stitches by creating a new row of stitches between them. It’s the last part of socks knitting, after shaping the toe. It creates a magic connecting the…

Hello my lovely blog readers. I know a big part of my followers are here for crochet and colors and cotton. But you also already know how I love teaching. And that I also teach knitting. So, for those of you who never tried knitting before, or those of you who have tried and the experience has not been so successful. I’d like to suggest you try to learn how to knit with me. Knitting is SUPER easy, simple and meditative. OH and SOOOO so addictive. All you need is a pair of needles, a ball of yarn and a…