• Jen’s 2015 Year End Knit Review

    When I was thinking back on how my year in knitting went, I remembered it a bit differently than it actually went. Somehow this past year has seemed to pass at lightning speed, and yet last January seems so far away. Generally I’m a bit of an overly productive person, meaning I feel like I need to […]

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  • 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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  • Seafaring Socks

    New socks from my favorite old pattern, Priscilla’s Dream Socks, this time knit up with tinier needles and yarn. I usually use a sport weight but this time went with fingering. The yarn is Patons Kroy Ragg Shades in Grey Brown Marl (quite a long name there) and woah woah I love these stripes. I […]

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  • Autumn Wardrobe | Autumn Socks

    Another one down on the Autumn Wardrobe Plan, my second pair of socks! They’re the same as the Canadian pair I just finished but with Mustard as the accent color. They are knit in Knitpicks Stroll in Jack Rabbit Heather and Mustard and I used the same pattern, Priscilla’s Dream Socks. I seriously can’t say enough good things […]

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  • Autumn Wardrobe | Canadian Socks

    The first pair of socks from my Autumn Wardrobe Plan are complete and so excitingly named the Canadian Socks (ravelry link), because they were knit in Canada. I also think they look Canadian with the red and natural base. These were a pretty quick knit, I cast on in the airport on the way to […]

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  • Sock Yarn Shopping

    I can’t remember if I mentioned it or not but I’ll be heading up to Victoria, BC again to visit my sister, her husband, and their two beagles in a few weeks so that means it’s time to figure out a travel project. Last time I went I brought these socks and it turned out […]

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