Style Arc Loren Jacket

When I saw this recent pattern release by Style Arc, I thought it would be the perfect project for me to undertake to do something gradual and methodical, to pace myself with. I'd bought some fabric last year from Minerva Crafts to make a Sew Me Something Bianca but ended up using my childhood blanket… Continue reading Style Arc Loren Jacket

The Cut Above Collection – Cardigan Jacket Part 1

I'm very keen to trial this pattern that I acquired from eBay recently. It's good to find vintage patterns that I can still have a go at making that just fall within the limits of my measurements so will need grading up to have the intended ease of the design, it doesn't seem to work… Continue reading The Cut Above Collection – Cardigan Jacket Part 1

Adapt, Improvise, Overcome

So knitting is currently quite challenging. I'd just started a new project - Erika Knight's Siena top and the hands decided to swell making it difficult to operate. But I'm trying a new way of holding the needle with the work on under my arm and using my left hand thumb to do the wrapping… Continue reading Adapt, Improvise, Overcome

Last Year’s Most Worn

Just a quick post to talk about this (portmanteau alert) coatigan. Made around this time last year and probably worn every day since is the Bianca by Sew Me Something - a pattern which I jumped on upon it's release. I decided to make it from a Danish army blanket which had several properties which… Continue reading Last Year’s Most Worn

New Beginnings With Circular Needles

As touched on previously, I'm on a little journey to expand my methods and try new things with knitting. As someone who learned to as a child I have continued to knit my way through life. However, I've been stuck in a rut of knitting the original way I first experienced which usually involves seamed… Continue reading New Beginnings With Circular Needles