In the past I showed you a few of the ganseys I knitted - see picture for 2 of them. I followed my grannies' ideas and kept to the tradition of Scheveningen. I got an email announcing an American book on the subject. see link. There was something n
Thanks to Mops for posting her picture of the Virus meets granny square shawl. Just after I saw it, I was given a huge bag of yarn (as if I needed more!) which was a late friend's stash. Mops picture inspired me to search for the pattern and I discove
During my trip to France we covered quite a few kilometres in the coach. I crocheted another Virus meets Granny Square shawl, this time in blue. Made several balls of 2 strands of yarn before we went away - which reduced my almost inexhaustible stash a bi
This one is similar to last one, but made it a bit shorter and wider.....this vest will go for sale at my shows in the fall.........I have so much knitwear in inventory, I could open a boutique...LOL...Am trying a new venue so hoping it will be well atten
Made this top some years ago from an italian pattern in italian .Had som problem with translation to swedish. But made it in the end. You can find free patterns now in english to download beginning at page 25. pattern was knit and then drop one and that m
For needlework I'm better at simple patterns these days. Found a few easy ones that are a joy to stitch. Now that the heat has hit in California, it's the perfect time to block anything (yes, working with yarns when it's 90s and into tapping 100s seems
Want to show how easy it is to make potholders. i use 100% cotton. and a circleknit. (don´t know the right word) Well you knit round and the crochet the two layers together. So easy. And you get rid of your leftowers yarn.
Finished a little vest......it is designed to hang open below the bust.......am going to do another one but make it shorter and not as form fitting.....these look so cute with a tshirt and jeans.......