I am thrilled that Stash and Burn chose to interview me for their 50th podcast episode. Jenny and Nicole's relaxed style made me feel right at home. I think I really sound like "me". Check it out. http://www.stashandburn.com/2008/03/episode-50-turn.html I like blog posts with pictures, so here's a photo of a tiny bit of my stash.… Continue reading stash and burn excitement
A few months back Margery was coming up on a "birthday worth noting" and a few of us who love her wanted to mark the occasion by knitting a little something. Thus the idea for this afghan was born. Granted, it was a rather insane thing to take on in December, right before Christmas, and with… Continue reading M’s birthday blanket
We are very lucky to have Becky as an intern in our design office for the Spring semester. We work her hard. She runs from winding yarn into balls and keeping our sample drawers in order, to swatching our stitch ideas to answering consumer e-mail. On top of all that, I asked her to write… Continue reading Thanks Becky!
John in his finished sweater: The boyfriend sweater is finished. Yippee!!! Even his sisters may have to admit that he looks pretty darn good in it. 3/28/08 - John’s sweater pattern is available now free on line:http://www.berroco.com/exclusives/john_sweater/john_sweater.html
I thought you might want you see a little of the back story for the pullover mobius from the objet d'art story of norah gaughan vol 2. My original sketch: My first idea for this story was "twisted twins", with pairs of sweaters or sweaters paired with other pieces. In this case my expanded definition for a twin… Continue reading mobius