Pattern release : Starlight Scarf and Hat

   It’s always odd to work on knits for the coming season; a hat and scarf in summer? It’s funny to focus on something that doesn’t quite fit into the present. However, one must to get everything together and ready…

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Revisiting : Two Tone Cowl

  I’m so happy to have found the time to revisit this pattern, the Two Tone Cowl! It’s hard to look back on old patterns when you are constantly inspired with new ones, but at the same time I hate…

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Beginning and end

Here on the Northern Coastline of California we don’t really get a true summer. Surprisingly, the typically ‘sunny’ months of July and August are usual socked in with fog, which means that tomatoes and summer squash are a no-grow around…

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A Sheepy Yoke that fits!

There is nothing quite like knitting for a baby. Your own baby at that. I did my fair share whilst pregnant, and took people’s advice and tried to knit projects in a range of sizes so that my baby-to-be would…

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A change in season

Like most other knitters out there, this change of season into Autumn is a sweet time of year. To feel the temperature drop, watch the leaves change colour, and lucky for us experience the first rain of the season we…

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Pattern release : Late Summer Meadow

Introducing my latest pattern – Late Summer Meadow! I love to wear long shawls, wraps and scarves but having an active life, being a mother and farmer, I often get annoyed at draping fabric getting in my way of things.…

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Words…

I can knit, I can work with numbers, but I’m not good with words, and cannot spell to save my life (you may have noticed)! So when it comes to naming patterns I’m often stumped. I’m getting ready to release…

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{Among Friends} All American Club

We are full swing into a kidding season here at the farm which means long, long hours, helping the mamas birth, but more importantly feeding the babies and making sure they grow to be as healthy as possible. Needless to…

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