Scrappy Knit Shawl Pattern

I accumulate odd bits and ends of yarn skeins at a rapid pace, so it's fortunate that I love upcycling and recycling projects that take advantage of "waste" material and turn them into something gorgeous and useful <3 My favorite way to use very small bits of yarn over the years has been the knit... Continue Reading →

Winter Poncho Pattern

True to form, I've circled back around to reworking an older design at almost the exact anniversary of it's original release. Five years ago in January I released the Boho Fringe Poncho as my tenth paid pattern. Today, I'd like to introduce this same design as it's been reformatted, tweaked for improvements, and released FOR... Continue Reading →

Sundogs Throw

Recently as I was attempting to cram coax yarn into my shelves while my friend Arika looked on and giggled, I got inspired to do a little stash-busting. Instead of continuing to struggle, I threw out some spare skeins out on the floor and together we crafted an eye-pleasing sequence of colors just for the... Continue Reading →

Scrappy Knit Duster

A few years ago I espied some beautiful images of knit ruana-style shawls and ponchos that used striking color striping in a simple stitch pattern. The knit stitches were loosely made, giving the garment a pretty drape, and the simple tie-offs from color changing formed a natural fringe with a western look. The artist using... Continue Reading →

Skinny Scrappy Scarf!

My lovely friends have often shown up at gatherings exclaiming "I have yarn for you!" - and this is a situation to be thoroughly enjoyed. However, I can't always find a use for every single one of these yarns, among them long-forgotten cheap acrylics from granny's attics, abandoned yarn sale yarn, and other orphaned skeins. Some... Continue Reading →

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