Monthly Archives: October 2012

Brambles Beret

This is one I may very well keep.  This beret is knit using  the pattern Brambles Beret by Amanda Muscha.  The yarn, Cascade Yarns Eco Duo,  is so soft.  It was a pleasure to knit. Here is a closer view … Continue reading

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Expedition Hats

These two hats were knit using the pattern Expedition hat by Maude L. Baril.  The two color one uses  Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick in a color called Little Rock Granite and Lion Brand Hometown USA Tweeds in oatmeal.  … Continue reading

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Charm Quilt — WIP

I was inspired by a recent article in the American Quilter magazine (November 2012 issue) — “Building a Palette by Seeing Fabrics in a Different Way” by Weeks Ringle — to use sample fabrics I had been saving over the … Continue reading

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Premie Hats

One of my nieces recently had twins several weeks premature.  I had not done quilts for these two as I had already made baby quilts for her first two.  I have decided to use leftover yarns to make her twins … Continue reading

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