Monthly Archives: September 2014

Farmer’s Market Bag

I ran across a couple of skeins of cotton yarn in my stash and though they might make a nice market bag.  The pattern  (Farmers Market Bag by Kathryn Ashley-Wright) looked like a good one to use.  My bag measures … Continue reading

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Christmas Blooming Nine-Patch Quilt

I made this quilt using fabric I bought at an estate sale more than 10 years ago.  The pattern is blooming nine-patch which I’ve used before to make a few quilts.  I enjoy the way the colors shift with this … Continue reading

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Blue Silk Wisp Scarf

I think the wisp scarf pattern (Wisp by Cheryl Niamat) has become a fall back pattern for me.  I’ve knit it with many different yarns now and it has never let me down.  This one is knit using leftover yarn … Continue reading

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Hat and Fingerless Mittens

I made these mittens mostly using some yarn given to me by a colleague’s wife.  The fiber content was unknown and a ran out just shy of finishing the second mitten.  I guessed at the yarn (baby alpaca) and got … Continue reading

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