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Handknit Socks

Handknit Socks

Finally finished knitting this pair of socks for my husband exactly one year after I started them. I learned a few lessons along the way: My husband has giant man-feet. Socks take a really long time to knit. No matter how much fun/easy it is to knit socks one at a time,...

posted on: Aug 6, 2010 | author: Kate

6 of 31: A Little Knitti...

6 of 31: A Little Knitting

The crown of a hat in the works.

posted on: Aug 6, 2010 | author: Kate

Zoom!

Zoom!

Sometimes making things yourself does more than satisfy the crafter inside. Sometimes it can really save your family some money. In this case, I wanted to save a little money (not to mention trips to the store)  by making my own Swiffer cover. Swiffers are meant to...

posted on: Jun 15, 2010 | author: Kate

Lizard Ridge Blanket

Lizard Ridge Blanket

It took me just under a year to knit this beautiful afghan, but I did it! If it had been my only project, I could have done it in 2 months. Of course knitters are not notorious for being monogamous with their projects, and neither was I. Toward the end I got excited...

posted on: Jun 27, 2009 | author: Kate

Italian Tubular Cast On

I really should blog  more. But I hate blogs where people whine about how they haven’t blogged so I’ll not do that here. I started making Endpaper Mitts for my friend Molly last night. The first thing it says is to use the Italian Tubular Cast-On to cast on 56...

posted on: Feb 27, 2009 | author: Kate

A Shout Out To Handknits...

A Shout Out To Handknits & Their Knitters

I love to look at my friend’s knitting projects. So much hard work goes into knitting and so few people really enjoy the item other than it’s knitter. While looking on Ravelry, I saw LoopyKnitter‘s My So-Called Scarf and it prompted this entire...

posted on: Jan 17, 2009 | author: Kate

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