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Climb Socks

These socks were the reason I bought this book! The book I’m referring to is Journey, by Jane Richmond and Shannon Cook, two local knitwear designers. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting both of them in real life at Knit City! The cool part about buying a book of patterns is all of the colour […]

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Over-the-Knee Socks, Finished!

I am so excited that these super-long knee socks are finally finished! Remember back when I was talking about doing twenty inches of 1×1 ribbing at the top of each sock? It’s done! I knitted knee socks by hand. Over-the-knee socks actually! I’m very pleased with these. Yup, I’m standing on my desk here. What […]

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Speaking of socks…

Speaking of socks yesterday, here is what I’m working on right now… Knee socks! Yes, I’m knitting over-the-knee socks. I started these on December 1st and this is where I am at. The ribbing at the top of the socks is twelve inches of 1×1 ribbing. (In the photo, that’s about five inches of ribbing […]

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Sock Obsession

Do you find yourself focused on making one type of thing at a time? In my knitting world, I’m focused on socks right now. Socks, socks and more socks! I can’t get enough socks. It’s part of my quest to only wear beautiful, handmade things and have a “closet full of awesome.” (Thanks to Tanit-isis […]

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Sunny Saffron Socks

Guess what? I knit another pair of socks! And not just regular socks – bright yellow ones! Yellow socks are so much fun. Sure, they’re not the most practical colour, but that’s what makes them so delightful. Especially during the cold and rainy winter – these socks will brighten the gloomiest day! (And not just […]

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Knitting Up A Storm!

That’s something I never thought I’d be able to say six months ago! Knitting is the perfect complement to sewing. It gets me excited to think of all the beautiful things I’ll have the skills to knit, one day! Since I moved my sewing machines to the office, knitting is my new creative at-home activity, […]

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