Although I'm more of a knitter than a crocheter, it was love at first sight when I came across this book preview for "Crochet with One Sheepish Girl". Take a peek below and you'll see what I'm talking about!
I am both happy and sad today, because this is my last post on this forum. This blog has served me very well, and I have loved writing on it. But it's time for a new beginning.
This is the announcement you've all been waiting for....my new website www.niseyknits.com. This website has taken over a year to get off the ground, and at times I wondered whether it was the right thing to do. However I really really wanted one place where you could find my designs, my finished items and me, and the blog was just not cutting it for me.
Now this website is still a work in progress, but most of the main parts are finished, so I thought I'd share it with you. The design work and the building of the website was done by Sierra Fong and Mike Chen of Atmosphere Websites. I love, love, love their work! I'm still working with Sierra on a few more design items and hope this business relationship continues because they do amazing work, and their support is phenomenal ( I know because I…
I have to unfortunately disappoint you all because I cannot make that big announcement I talked about in last week's post. It's not ready yet. However, I would love some help from you today if you would bear with me. Please take this quick poll I put together (and feel free to be as silly as possible) with your answers. I can't wait to read your answers.
See you next week!
It's another beautiful collection from the in-house design team at Brooklyn Tweed. Y'all know how much I love the work done by Jared Flood and his team. His yarn lines Shelter and Loft look pretty darn good, and I'm kicking myself for not having a skein or two yet to try out.
Well, Mr. Flood and his team over at Brooklyn Tweed have given us a wonderful way to welcome fall (A.K.A knitting season) with 18 mouth-watering designs in the BT FALL 12 collection. The patterns in this collection make such good use of the Shelter yarn brand that you want to buy a few skeins in EVERY color available (or maybe it's just me? )
The first number that caught my eye was the Gelsomina Aran pullover by Veronik Avery. Those traveling stitches at the front, that rich deep blue color, the moss stitch used all over to give such awesome texture! I tell you, I fell head over heels (or needles over yarn?) in love with this pattern.
Oh, and there are cuffs to match this awesome pullover.