• Whitewash Cabled Socks

    ravelry link pattern | bff by cookie a yarn | madelinetosh tosh merino light in whitewash needles | us 1 double pointed needles modifications | none plant | monstera deliciosa These socks and I have been through a lot together. I cast on during a flight to NYC with Jon back in February to see […]

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  • Stone Lake Sweater

    The Details Pattern: Stone Lake Sweater (rav link) Yarn: Purl Soho Line Weight in Sea Salt & Dark Loam Needles: US 7, 8, 9 Shoes: Dieppa Restrepo Penny In Progress Photos | #stonelakesweater on Instagram Sometime last year between knitting my Benton, Stonecutter, and Bellows I got it into my head that I wanted to try to design and […]

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  • Three Hats- Love, Like, Hate

    Well hey there, it’s been a while! I’m trying to ease back into this blogging thing – it really does become hard to start back up once you’ve gone a while without writing anything. So to get rolling, today I have three previously unblogged hats for you and for one reason or another, I’m not […]

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  • Brooklyn Tweed Stonecutter

    After a year of on again, off again, then totally on knitting, my Stonecutter (ravelry link) is done and photographed! I am absolutely in love with this sweater so get ready because I’m about to wax poetic all over this sucker. Lets start with the basics… Pattern: Stonecutter by Michele Wang for Brooklyn Tweed Yarn: […]

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  • Where to Find Ribbing Worldwide

    I’ve gotten a lot of questions about where to buy ribbing since publishing the Linden pattern. I have a few places that I’ve been able to find ribbing but I knew there were more out there so I asked you guys in a previous post where you’ve found ribbing you liked either online or in […]

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  • Stonecutter Progress

    I don’t know if many of you guys knit, but I’ve been working on this sweater, Stonecutter, for something like a year, which in sewing terms is a SUPER long time. I took basically the entire summer off because the yarn was not pleasant to knit with in the hot, humid Chicago summer, but after […]

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