Category Archives: decisions

Two at a Time: Sleeve Caps

Well, now, happy Wednesday everyone! Here is a shot of my Georgetown— My post’s title is a bit of a misnomer . . . I don’t knit my sleeve caps at the same time, as some folks do with socks. … Continue reading

Posted in cardigan, construction, decisions, design, Georgetown, knitting, plans, sleeve, sleeve cap, sweater, tips, tricks and tips | 5 Comments

It’s All in the Details

Whew. One sleeve and a collar to go on my Ebba Pullover. I’m hoping to finish it this week, which would mean the entire sweater took less than a month to knit . . . that would be amazing. Tonight, … Continue reading

Posted in colorwork, cuff, decisions, Ebba Pullover, knitting, sleeve, sweater | 9 Comments

Variegated?

Today, a simple question: why variegated yarn? Why? Why does it draw me in and make me want to pick it up, to buy it, to imagine it becoming something that somehow magically maintains the look of the beautifully dyed … Continue reading

Posted in big questions, decisions, patterns, sock yarn, Uncategorized, variegated yarn, why?, yarn, yarn-lover | 8 Comments

Going Natural

There are always debates about superwash wool–is it good, bad, ugly, lovely, useful? We know it takes dye well and it can be an excellent choice for garments or blankets or socks that need a lot of washing. But, some … Continue reading

Posted in decisions, destash, experiment, fiber, handspun, natural, stash, superwash | 2 Comments