Yarn Used: Blue Sky Fiber Cotton Worsted in Bone (2 skeins) & Hu Made Cool Cotton Boucle-003 (3 skeins) Size Made: 2 Hello knitters, how are you doing? It has been a while since I wrote a blog post here. Pandemic life hasn't been easy. I figured since I work from home now I would… Continue reading Fiore Top by Irene Lin
Category: With Yarn
Dahlia Tee by Carmen Garcia de Mora
This project was done in partnership with Fancy Tiger Crafts. You can read my blog post here.
Fleurville Jumper by thepetiteknitter
This project was done in partnership with Fancy Tiger Crafts. You can check out my blog post here.
Jolies Fleurs V Neck by Jill Karina
Size: 39.5 Yarn: Knerd String 4-ply Fingering (MC in Peach, CC in Uniform) Modification: None I had the honor to test knit for Jill's newest release: Jolies Fleurs V Neck. The original version of the design was a round neck, top down design. In this v neck version, it was knitted from the bottom up.… Continue reading Jolies Fleurs V Neck by Jill Karina
Ashland by Julie Hoover
Pattern: Ashland by Julie HooverYarn: Brooklyn Tweed Loft (5 skeins in Long Johns, 1 skein in Snowbound, 1 skein in Camper)Size: 2 ( bust measure 39")Modifications: Added body length (shoulder to hem total 27") This pattern was issued by Brooklyn Tweed Fall 15. Part of the Peerie Collection. This pattern can also be made in… Continue reading Ashland by Julie Hoover
Sheltered Poncho by Andrea Mowry
This project was sponsored by Fancy Tiger Crafts. You can read my blog post here.
Ironwork Tee by Dianna Walla from Paper Tiger
Yarn: 4 skeins of Brooklyn Tweed Peerie in Calluna & 1 skein of Spincycle Dyed in the Wool in Sunset StripeSize: 38.75 Happy New Year! This was my last finished project of 2020, though it seems like it wasn't the right time to finish a tee in the middle of the winter. I only used… Continue reading Ironwork Tee by Dianna Walla from Paper Tiger
Casagrande from River Road Knits
I came across this test knit opportunity on Instagram. This was love at first sight. I was first attracted by the ribbon tied back. Then I realized how intricate the sleeve design was. I was a little bit intimidated at first. But once I read through the instruction, I got a hang of it. I… Continue reading Casagrande from River Road Knits
Clairedelune Sock by thepetiteknitter
I got an opportunity to test knit for thepetiteknitter again. This time was a sock pattern called Clairedelune. This was my first hand knit sock. Seems like socks are quite a popular knitting subject in the knitting community. I was very hesitant to knit socks because I wear out my regular socks quite frequently. I… Continue reading Clairedelune Sock by thepetiteknitter
Tecumseh by Caitlin Hunter
The hardest thing for me to do lately when knitting a sweater was to choose the right colors. I am constantly Googling color combos. I want something that standsout but not flashy. It's very time consuming. Of course it doesn't always work out. Then the sweater is buried in a dark corner of my closet.… Continue reading Tecumseh by Caitlin Hunter