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Field Of Pumpkins

How about a pumpkin pullover for a little pumpkin in your life? Field of Pumpkins, a children’s pullover design, is now live. You can shop the pattern here in my web shop, on Ravelry or on Payhip. Field of Pumpkins is available in 15 sizes ranging from Preemie to 10 years (these ages correspond loosely […]

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A young toddler wears a teal and gray hand knit sweater with butterfly motifs in the yoke

Little Monarch

Please enjoy an automatic introductory 20% off the Little Monarch pattern through Sunday, May 9, in my web store, Ravelry or Payhip. When I released the adult Monarch pattern earlier this year, I received a flood of requests for a children’s version of the design. I immediately set to work. The sample below, modeled by […]

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The Sophie Sweater: A New Free Kids’ Pattern

With both shame and pride, this is one of those completely spontaneous projects that arose from a KAL. I’ve gotten much better at knitting only my new designs and planned projects, but when I saw pictures of the Knit Collage Fall KAL for 2019 floating around on Instagram, I really could not help myself. I […]

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Kia Socks

I am a terrible sock knitter. I like knit socks, but I find that I do not enjoy the process of knitting them. Perhaps it’s because I almost always knit them two-at-a-time, a method that sometimes seems like more work than it’s worth. Perhaps it’s the small needles worked in the round (magic loop in […]

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The Post-Christmas Christmas Gifts Post

This year I did not knit or make any gifts for friends, which is very unlike me. We’ll chalk it up to all the new knitwear designs in which I’ve been immersing myself. (I have another one that I’m hoping to send out for testing shortly in the new year.) Other than my mom’s Portage […]

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Rainbow Dress Redo: Hot Pink Edition

This second edition of Sophie’s Rainbow Dress is not just any remake. It’s a revamp! If you follow me on Instagram you may have caught me mourning (tongue-in-cheek) the, erm, death of my daughter’s first Rainbow Dress. I had knit it for her when she was four years old, and despite the subsequent additions of […]

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Sophie’s Apple Picking Socks

When I gaze upon this yarn, I think of sunny days and rainbows and spring. When I both gaze upon and say the name of this yarn (“Apple Picking”) completely different images are evoked: autumn skies, going back to school, playgrounds and–not surprisingly–apples. The yarn brand is Must Stash Yarn, a company out of Texas […]

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Jelly Roll Sweater

Congrats to Isabelle Brunette for being the giveaway winner! Thanks to all who took the time to comment below. I will be replying to each of you soon if I haven’t already. One day a few weeks back as I was aimlessly rummaging through my stash, I unearthed a couple of skeins of yarn from […]

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Sophie’s Handspun Windschief

When Tour de Fleece came around this year I wanted to spin in solidarity with other fiber enthusiasts around the world, though I was too late to sign up for a team. My hands were already full with knitting commitments, but I made time to spin one of the many rovings (and tops and rolags) […]

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Sophie’s So Faded

I’m fairly new to Andrea Mowry’s knitting patterns and only became familiar with her earlier this year when she released the Find Your Fade shawl, which uses a very similar fading process to the So Faded sweater pictured above. I have found that I am strongly attracted to knitting any kind of fade or blend. […]

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