New Pattern: Sukha

So very happy to introduce Sukha today! This sweater took me far from my comfort zone – er, pink! But I just love the result. The yarn purchase was one of those spontaneous-I’m-having-a-rubbish-day decisions, and I came home and swatched…

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Hole and Sons Pure Wool

A few months ago Claire of The Woolly Thistle approached me to say that she had her hands on the VERY last few batch of Hole and Sons gorgeous Pure Wool. This yarn created quite the following in 2014 through Ben’s…

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☀ FLASH SALE ☀

  After months, and months, and months of rain we finally have a forecast of sun, for, no joke, more than a week!! And so I feel there’s no better reason for a FLASH SALE! (Someone’s feeling cheery!) ☀ You can get…

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Sweater Knitting!

Having had plans to cast on my Sister’s Miss Bracken for the knit-along last week, I got a bit distracted*, but today I found an hour to sit down and do just that! Such a fast knit, I’m already done…

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Bracken Knitalong!

March 1st! Time for a new project don’t ya think? I’ve decided to host a Bracken KAL! Over the next eight weeks let’s knit some Bracken sweaters together! You can choose the original child’s Bracken, or the adult version, Miss Bracken.…

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New Pattern: Menhir

When it rains it pours (literally and figuratively)! I have yet another new pattern to share today – Menhir. Menhir was released this past weekend at A Verb for Keeping Warm‘s booth at Stitches West, and is part of part of…

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New Pattern: Miss Bracken

Over a year ago I released Bracken, a sweater I designed to meet a real need in my daughter’s wardrobe. I was looking for a quick and simple project, resulting in something that was easy to wear, but with just the…

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MAINE knits: A giveaway!

I have the absolute pleasure of sharing a wonderful book with you today – MAINE knits. Written and compiled by Beatrice Perron Dahlen of Thread & Ladle, it is a gorgeous book highlighting the talent and beauty nestled in Maine. There are quite…

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Seasons of change

While it seems the search for balance in life is a continuous (and illusive) thing, the end of 2016 came with an opportunity for us to really look at life. We moved house. We traded our 40 acres of dairy farming…

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