Meg Bakewell

I’m one of those knitters who can’t just knit a pattern as written. I’m always combining little bits of one pattern with another or changing things up as I knit. How would it look with beads? A little longer? With a ruffle? Striped? Every now and then I just start something from scratch, and more rarely, I write enough notes on what I did that it turns into a pattern. My favorite objects to create are toys for my kids and wee tiny socks, a small canvas with so much room for creativity.

original designs  

from Meg Bakewell's Ravelry Store
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from A Third Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from Brave Little Knitter
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from A Year of Wee Tiny Socks
from Knitty, Spring 2009
from Brave Little Knitter