My cowl design is coming along reasonably well! I had to rip back and try different things a couple of times, but that is OK. It has been an interesting process so far. I still have a bit to go, but not too much more. The first Year of Techniques project came out today, but… Continue reading Almost FO Friday
I got a little bit done on the cowl design today. Not a lot, but some. It’s just about to get interesting, I think. I hope, anyway!
That pretty yarn I started designing my cowl with – It does not like to be frogged. Not at all. And since this designing thing is likely to be a bit of a process, I frogged as carefully as I could, then put it aside for once I have the design finalized. I’ll use it… Continue reading Do Over
Before I stop going on about VK Live in San Francisco, I did want to tell you about the two other classes I took. Saturday morning was Color Interaction in Fair Isle, which was taught by Mary Jane Mucklestone. She gave us each 6 skeins of Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift (there was a materials fee for… Continue reading VK Live 3 – Last Post on This, I Swear
It’s been a little while since I posted last. There are a couple of big projects I’ve been working on – Wink, Waiting for the Rain – but they, and posting, got put on the side for the past week. The design bug bit me again! I had a lovely skein of yarn from my… Continue reading Design of the Time
As I mentioned in my last post, I recently took a design class with Kirsten Kapur, and designed and completed a hat. (I also designed a shawl, but it is not knitted yet). And the process (for me, anyway) went beyond the class. I had a finished hat at the end of the class, but further… Continue reading Hats Off to You!