Category Archives: finished objects

Wool & Honey Sweater

Hello fiber folk! I realized that I never posted about my most recent sweater: the Wool & Honey pullover that I knit as a sample for the yarn shop of the same name! Wool & Honey has a great online … Continue reading

Posted in Andrea Mowry, Brooklyn Tweed Loft, commissioned project, community, finished objects, FO, knitting, pattern, sample knitting, sweater, unicorns, Wool & Honey, yarn, yarn review | 1 Comment

Sock Meditations

I have now knit 10 socks from the same pattern, Susan B Anderson’s “How I Make My Socks.” I have heard knitters complain about second sock syndrome (or second mitten syndrome). . . but I have yet to experience it. … Continue reading

Posted in designs, feet, finished objects, keeping track, meditation, pattern, socks | 10 Comments

Christmas Finale!

As you may recall, last Christmas I gave my family gift cards for knitted objects. I managed to finish my mom and Jen’s hats, my auntie’s mittens, and, yesterday, just before the year-long deadline, I finished Angie’s mittens. She requested … Continue reading

Posted in craft, design, duplicate stitch, finished objects, gift, holiday, mitten, small projects, technique, Walking Dead | 6 Comments

Drying (Amy’s) Socks

I’m happy to say that Amy’s socks are complete and super cute! (Hi Amy!) That makes for 5 pairs of socks this year (about 4 in the past 3 months)–I think that’s a pretty steady output. I feel confident enough … Continue reading

Posted in finished objects, hack, knitting, self-patterning, self-striping, socks, technique | 8 Comments

Finished Objects Coming Attcha!

Happy Tuesday! Finally some Finished Objects, instead of WIPs or UFOs . . . First, the Love Tangle Blanket:   Next, the Regia Self-Patterning Socks:   I will admit to loving the picture of the sock bottoms with S’s face … Continue reading

Posted in blanket, finished objects, FO, knitting, self-striping, socks | 3 Comments