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Easton is a nod to my very favorite sweater in the whole world - an old sales-bin find. It’s slightly (but not excessively) dolman through the arms, loosely-fit through the shoulders, with extra-deep ribbing and an extra-luscious cowl, out of a soft gray wool. It’s been looking shabbier and shabbier, and I’ve been wanting to design something ins...
Tidal Pool is an updated take on a classic gansey sweater, with a clean silhouette and slight a-line shaping. The scoop neck, sleeves, and hem are trimmed with small amounts of 2x2 ribbing, and textured stitch patterning decorates the top of both the front and back of the garment. 3/4 sleeves and a sport-weight yarn make this sweater comfortable...
I created Curlew for my Spring 2016 make. wear. love. retreat in Pacific Grove, CA. The Monterey Peninsula is temperate and breezy year-round, so wool is always welcome - and this relaxed, effortless-looking cardigan fits in perfectly with the area’s casual ocean-front style.
The coast of Maine is rocky and breezy, and Small Point beach in my hometown is definitely a representation of that. If you’re going to be spending a lot of time on the beach, you want something casual, and layer-friendly. Warm, but not so stiff you can’t throw a frisbee or chase the tide.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Shoshana hat/scarf set is a quick way to get some stylish warmth in the winter time. Knit with bulky yarn, the lace lozenge pattern is both fun and fast to knit. Some fringe lends fun to the finished scarf, and the diminishing lozenges on the hat add an unexpected touch.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top, Vest
Bryony is a fitted, drapey tank top for hot summer days, with an aran braid cable twining around the V-neck and down the back. It is knit in two pieces from the bottom up and then seamed together. An applied I-cord edging is worked to finish the armhole and neck edges. Vertical darts are used for shaping, and are placed to ensure that the cables...