Tag Archives: girl’s cardigan

Mossy Bells

This was the yarn that told me rather emphatically what it wanted to be. “I want to be a cardigan.” No problem. “I want to have cute details.” You got it. “I want to be knit in 2 different directions and be done bottom up, but still seamlessly.” …Uh, what? Well, if you’re wondering if […]

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Little Miss Mopsey, re-released

Back in June, my pattern Little Miss Mopsey was released by The Sanguine Gryphon. Unfortunately, that company will be dissolving into 2 separate entities, which means pattern rights reverted to me. I haven’t had the chance yet to make all of the changes I have planned–although just today I wound up some Cascade 220 Sport […]

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If my daughter picnicked with Monet, what would she wear?

This was the question I asked myself when I saw the summer design call from Sanguine Gryphon posted on Ravelry. The theme was English Garden and the very first line was “A Monet painting come to life.” I love Claude Monet. If I could (literally) lose myself in his paintings, I’d do it in a […]

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Like a diamond in the sky

Notice anything different? Like the new blog header? When I first started the blog, I wanted a header that showed off my designs…but I didn’t really have any to show off that would make a pretty header. Well, with the release of my first two designs published by someone else, that’s changed. Introducing Diamond in […]

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