I did it! This is my Ravelympics project for Team Rubberneckers. Pattern: Rusted Root Size: XS (28″ – 32″) Yarn: 4 x Knit Picks Cotlin in Moroccan Red Needles: 4.5mm for body, 4mm for ribbing Modifications: 1) Added hip increases. 2) Picked up additional 6 stitches on each sleeve to close the underarm gap, knit […]
Can Lis finish this before the end of the Olympics? Stay tuned to find out!
So what’s the cure for crochet frustration? Yep, you got it. A spanking new knit project. Just before the Ravelympics no less. That’s right, I like living life on the edge.
I’ve been dying to start on a crochet project for quite a while (last crochet project was the Lace Skirt a gazillion years ago!). I had my heart set on the Butterscotch Cardigan from Interweave Crochet Spring 2008 but I can’t quite seem to decide on a yarn. I tried swatching with Brown Sheep Cotton […]
This project has been hibernating for more than half a year since I first started it in October last year. I stopped mainly because I had 2 skeins of the yarn in the same dye lot which should give me a pair of normal length socks and I didn’t want to knit 2 pairs of […]
As you can see, the knitting’s already done. In fact, it’s been done quite a while ago. I haven’t gotten round to putting on the buttons because I’m not sure I like how it looks on me. I did the longer version in the pattern and on hindsight, I think I prefer it shorter. Plus […]
Being relatively new to knitting (only picked it up last year) meant that I’m only slowly coming round to knit patterns that were wildly popular months or even years ago. One of such patterns is the Central Park Hoodie which was published in 2006. I love hoodies and wear them all the time. Well, only […]
Previously, every time I wanted to buy some Knit Picks yarn, I’ve always joined a spree. This time, I decided to do everything myself. Knit Picks doesn’t ship international so I had to use VPost (third party shipping service). From ordering to receipt of delivery, it took about 2 weeks. Not bad at all. However, […]
When do you consider a project as fully completed? Immediately after the knitting’s done? Or when ends are woven in? How about when it’s blocked? For me, it’s all of the above plus when it’s been photographed. That’s when I consider the project as fully completed and I can change the project status on Ravelry […]
I doubt every knitter/crocheter out there post about their every yarn purchase but since I’m already taking all these pictures to update in Ravelry, I might as well make a post. Plus, I like seeing all the pictures in one post. After all the reds I’ve been using for my projects recently, I decided to […]