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You may have noticed I have a thing for chunky knits these days. I find them extremely satisfying to knit
Remember when I talked about how long it takes me to knit every damn thing? MAJOR EXCEPTION: chunky knits! Gimme
I am the most flip-floppy knitter. I get so excited to start a project that I inevitably spend a bunch of
Hi all, Amy here. Thus far in Montreal, 2019 has been, in a word, cold. Heather showed you how to
Some of you may remember when I started my most ambitious knitting project ever because in my overly ambitious way I
I am so, so guilty of the cardinal sin committed most frequently against makers, which was asking another maker to
It’s been a few weeks since my last Snoqualmie knitalong post… I was hoping to be a little further along
Now that you’ve had a chance to work on your swatches and figure out your gauge, it’s time to finally
The knitalong moves onwards! Last week we talked about the wool and additional supplies you need to get started on
Welcome knitalongers! Before we get started on our Snoqualmie Cardigan, we need to gather some supplies. The nice thing about
Before we get started collecting supplies for the Snoqualmie Cardigan knitalong, I wanted to talk the designer, Michelle Wang. I’m
If you haven’t noticed, knitting is my jam these days. There is something so soothing about it. Even when it’s
Wrapping up my mega chunky Wool & the Gang projects for the year, let me introduce you to the ultimate
Or, how I handknit the hugest sweater of all time by making it 30% too big. Warning: the following post contains
If you’ve been following me on instagram, you may have noticed there is a WHOLE lot of knitting spam happening
Fall came in like a lion. A big jerk lion. In Montreal, there wasn’t a smooth transition and an Indian
The internet is a funny place. A few days ago, Jen at Grainline posted her fall knitting dream list. Jen
Hello friends. I just finished the most epic sewing trip ever – simply waiting for a good time to document
After another vicious round of closet purging, I am down to a small (for me) wardrobe of things I will