First items for our Knit for Knysna project. My neighbour has very kindly knitted a little jersey and the woolly hats. I have made the scarves. I am not a knitter and would rather be sewing than knitting.
My new sweater.......I love the shaping of this one...it is hard to tell in pic, but there is a line of cabling on both sides on the upper portion......am showing it buttoned and unbuttoned at the top....hope it sells!
And yet another one.....this top would be a perfect summer to fall transition top as you could wear it with a tank top or if really cool out, with a long sleeve top....the sleeves are like a poncho, but the sides are not open for about 2 inches above the
Pressing sheets. Needed new pressing sheet for the iron on glue stabilizers and Angelina fibers. Found the baking sheets are bigger, cheaper and work just as good. Found one at Ollies for $2.99. Pic is an older one.
This is a modern take on the deep V neck sweater, I have made the V into an attached cowl look.......this will go in my fall show......almost has a bit of a camo look with the way the multi colored yarn flowed.....
I like to embroider but I also like to create something with my cameo silhouette. My daughter-in-law recently had her birthday, and because she loves her two cats, I have tinkered her something. I decorated the lantern with cat motifs and then added a cha
Last year my husband bought me a book called Visserstruien - there's an English edition too. It offers patterns used in several fishing towns, including the one I was born. My grandmother used to knit ganseys by the dozen for my uncles and cousins, but n