Category Archives: knitting

Elven Pixie Blanket

I knit this blanket with no one in mind.  It will be held in reserve for use as a gift for either a baby or an adult lap blanket.  It was knit using the pattern Elven Pixie Baby Blanket by … Continue reading

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Pink Gap-tastic Cowl

I knit this cowl (or infinity scarf) at a friend’s request (a gift for her daughter).  She wanted a hot pink color which I had some trouble finding.  I ended up using Plymouth Yarn Encore Worsted in color #478 Neon … Continue reading

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Leftovers Siksak Hat

This hat was knit using leftover yarn from prior projects.  The pattern is Siksak by Hanna Leväniemi;  I knit the band 2.75 in as I knew I wouldn’t have enough yarn for the 6 in the pattern states. I like … Continue reading

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Knitting for Noggins Hats

During the past year I knit several hats that were deliberately made for Knitting for Noggins or just weren’t gifted to friends/family.  These are some I have not featured in prior posts like the Illilouette Hat.   I sent them a … Continue reading

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Three Pussy Hats

I have a friend going to Washington DC to participate in the Women’s March on Washington.  She is meeting a few of her friends there who are also participating in the march.  There is a group (Pussy Hat Project) encouraging … Continue reading

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Sweater for a Friend’s Dog

I knit this sweater for a friend’s dog who feels the winter cold in his old bones.  It was knit using the pattern The Ozzie large dog sweater by Jenna Greer.  The yarn is  Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick … Continue reading

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More Messy Bun Hats

I made these three messy bun hats using the same yarn (Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Tweeds) and pattern (Messy Bun Hat II by Isela Phelps) which I modified slightly — one for my brother’s girl, one for a … Continue reading

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