Month: November 2010


Hey all! Fellow Americans, I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving, and readers from elsewhere, I hope things are going swimmingly for you in general! We had a very pleasant holiday, and I joined in the holiday festivities with a

Posted in Sale


I’ve fallen behind in keeping up with this blog, which is a shame, as it’s something I really enjoy working on. However, I am going to take a current illness as an opportunity and update just a little. This is

Posted in Rocky Mountain Dyeworks, Rosa, Self Designed, Shawls

Something special

My husband and I met at art school. We were both illustration majors, but his real interests lay in animation. Because of this, every so often, for holidays or birthdays, I’ve sought out unusual or inspiring animation for him. We

Posted in Miscellany, Yarn


The Sunniva pattern is now available! Finally! Sunniva was designed to fill a wardrobe gap and close a gap. I love button down blouses and cardigans as wardrobe staples, but the unfortunate gaping that occurs at times can make them

Posted in Original Pattern, Pattern for sale, Sunniva, Sweaters

See and do

This is much later than I intended it to be, but better late than never! Back over the summer I was lucky enough to do some test knitting for Stephen West‘s Westknits Book One, which came out last month. Stephen

Posted in Finished Projects, Scarves, Shawls, Test knitting