Dorene Delaney Giordano

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Knitting: Christmas Stocking
My journey of knitting Christmas Stockings began when my son and his wife were expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a new family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A Christmas stocki...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
My journey of knitting Christmas Stockings began when my son and his wife were expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a new family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A Christmas stocki...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
My journey of knitting Christmas Stockings began when my son and his wife were expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a new family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A Christmas stocki...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
My journey of knitting Christmas Stockings began when my son and his wife were expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a new family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A Christmas stocki...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The original stockings were made for my son and his wife, who were expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a few family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A stocking is timeless and eve...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The original stockings were made for my son and his wife, who were expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a few family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A stocking is timeless and eve...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The original stockings were made for my son and his wife, who are expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a few family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A stocking is timeless and ever...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The original stockings were made for my son and his wife, who are expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a few family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A stocking is timeless and ever...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The original stockings were made for my son and his wife, who are expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a few family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A stocking is timeless and ever...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The original stockings were made for my son and his wife, who are expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a few family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A stocking is timeless and ever...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
“I feel pretty. Oh so pretty. I feel pretty and witty and bright. And I pity, any girl who isn’t me tonight”
Knitting: Scrubber
The original pattern for this tawashi is from a Japanese book (Japanese Magic Scrubber book ISBN 978-4-8347-6294-7). Rhonda White had made an adaptation that I think is just the cutest! However, to me, the design appears “unfinished”, as there is a distinct right and wrong side to the pattern. My OCD peeked its ugly head and I toiled until I cam...
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Stocaí Sláinte Mhaith (Good Health Socks) was inspired by Dani Berg’s “Cabled Thank You Socks”. A basic k2,p2 rib is enhanced by the most basic of all cables. The result is pure simplicity at its finest - perfect for a man or a woman!
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The original stockings were made for my son and his wife, who are expecting their first child, my first grandchild. I wanted to make something that would truly commemorate the blessed event, as well as to embark on a few family tradition. I decided to make a Christmas Stocking for each of the “new” family members. A stocking is timeless and ever...
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The Christmas Stocking is worked from the toe-up, in a true proportionate sock form. None of that stubby foot-things here! Pattern includes ten pages of instructions/charts, a charted alphabet for you to add any name that you desire, and notes on how to “tweak” the pattern to make it into a pair of socks.
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf was designed and made for my International Scarf Exchange 4 Pal. It combines two of my great loves – cables & lace. I used Jaeger’s Como, which produced a scrumptiously, luxuriously, squishy scarf.
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The Christmas Stocking is worked from the toe-up, in a true proportionate sock form. None of that stubby foot-things here! Pattern includes ten pages of instructions/charts, a charted alphabet for you to add any name that you desire, and notes on how to “tweak” the pattern to make it into a pair of socks.
Knitting: Christmas Stocking
The Christmas Stocking is worked from the toe-up, in a true proportionate sock form. None of that stubby foot-things here! Pattern includes ten pages of instructions/charts, a charted alphabet for you to add any name that you desire, and notes on how to “tweak” the pattern to make it into a pair of socks.
Knitting: Scarf
This was one of the first scarves that I made. I looooved the scarf that Nicky Epstein has on for the cover of her “Knitting on the Edge”. I designed this scarf specifically to accompany my Aran knit sweater. They look stunning together. But the scarf does well, all on it’s own, with any sweater or coat.