Apologies to those who subscribe with an RRS feed aggregator. I’ve been updating the broken links on my blog so that they point to the new website. You’ll have a lot of blog posts you’ve already seen piled up in your aggregator. I finished this pair of socks some time ago and promised a picture. I haven’t worn them yet, but this week for sure since the weather’s changed. They’ll look great with a pair of jeans. Project specs: pattern: generic top-down sock with a star toe divided into 6 sections (my own) yarn: Opal read more
Holli Yeoh patterns are now available for purchase through Ravelry. My Ravelry store is now stocked with my four top sellers: Ruby, JoJo, Avery and Candace. I included two more patterns–Annie’s Mittens and Guess Who?–which, along with the four others have the highest Ravelry favourites ratings. Right now I’m testing out how well it works to sell patterns on Ravelry. I’ll add more at a later date.
At a recent Guild meeting, Margaret showed me the vest she knit using my Aidan pattern. I really love seeing other people’s colour choices. I think Margaret may have bought the yarn from me and I love her colour combination. I never thought of putting those two together! Margaret also shared with me a wonderful story about her visit to Button Button – a Vancouver store full of buttons. There was another customer there looking for buttons for not one, not read more
We love Hallowe’en around here and it’s just around the corner. Celebrate in style with this sweet Jack ’o Lantern on the back of baby’s sweater. $49 (plus shipping) This pattern is available as a kit only. I found the perfect Hallowe’en yarn with orange stripes and it pairs wonderfully with the coordinating black solid. The Jack ’o Lantern chart is designed to be knit on the back of the Candace cardigan, replacing the rectangular patch detail as read more
The summer has flown by and school has already started. It’s time to write my summer vacation report. Besides working on the new website design and logo I actually had some time to have a little fun too. In July we drove down the Oregon coast for our summer vacation. I had grand plans to do a lot of knitting and brought a lot of yarn with me. But, for the most part, the roads were too twisty for me to knit in the car, our days were filled with fun and read more