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Knitting: Mittens
The inspiration for this mitten came from a bunch of small yellow flowers that I saw growing along the railroad tracks at Pennington Station along Lake Bennett in Yukon Territory. I liked the way that their extra long stems snaked around each other as they made their way up to the blossom. This mitten is the fibery translation of those little ye...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
I’ve been intrigued for some time by the idea of cables moving in unexpected directions and blossoming into flowers. This hat is the product of that obsession! Worked from the bottom up, this piece shows off beautiful cables that radiate from the crown. This hat is especially lovely knit up in Capra, as the yarn is so soft against the skin.
Knitting: Tote
Named for the interesting ridges that form in the sand at the mouths of glaciers, the Alluvia Felted Tote is the perfect accessory for fall! Worked in the round from the bottom up, this tote utilizes an exaggerated pleat stitch that forms the folds of material that become the felted ruffles. With so many shades of Wool of the Andes Worsted from ...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I’ve been intrigued by the idea of cables suddenly moving in unexpected directions and sprouting into flowers. Perfect for springtime, when everything turns green and the world is in bloom!
Knitting: Cowl
Tagish, Yukon Territory, is just a short drive up the Klondike Highway from my tiny Alaskan town. It’s also my absolute favorite spot in the world for fall colors. The fireweed turns a deep red and the aspen a bright yellow, creating a cascade of autumnal wonder on the mountainside.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Inspired by fall in my favorite northern locale, these mitts are meant as a complement to the Tagish Cowl or are great as a standalone piece.
Knitting: Scarf
Pairing the squishy softness of Fisherman’s Rib with a diamond lace pattern, Taiya Scarf is sure to keep you warm on chilly autumn nights. This project is perfect for beginner lace knitters and yet is interesting enough to keep a more advanced knitter on their toes.
Crochet: Throw
Please let me know if you find any errors in this pattern. Thanks! And enjoy!
Crochet: Purse