Category Archives: singles

Episode 16: Gansey’s, Giveaways, and Girlfriends

Episode 16 is sponsored by Ranching Tradition Fiber. Read on to learn more about the GIVEAWAY!! In this episode, I talk about Gansey sweaters (and socks!), my Ella Cardigan WIP, some FO spinning projects that are all about color maintenance, … Continue reading

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CrAzY singles!

First, thank you all so much for your well wishes–I’m happy to report that I am on the mend! No more fever, at the very least. And I feel like less of a pariah online, as there is NO chance … Continue reading

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FO: Meandering . . . Cowl

This was the shawl that turned into a scarf that morphed into a cowl. So much . . . magic? I found Meandering¬†in an abandoned WIP bag when I cleaned up my yarn room this past weekend. It is made … Continue reading

Posted in cowl, FO, found, knitting, lace, pattern, scarf, Schafer, shawl, singles, unexpected, yarn | 6 Comments

Spring Single

Happy May, everyone! This is 4oz of mill ends from The World of Wool (I purchased a few pounds from a group on FB about a year ago). On their website, it’s called “Botany Lap Waste” and it’s a big … Continue reading

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Little Yarns

I am not very good at just messing around with fiber; I like to have projects and goals in mind . . . but I’m trying to teach myself some new tricks. So, I decided to chain ply the multi-colored … Continue reading

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