After I pressed her, Shani allowed that this Socks that Rock business might be okay for sock knitting. It’s not like it’s her absolute favorite, go-to sock yarn or anything. (Sarcasm alert: Shani has knit thirteen pairs of socks in … Continue reading
Greetings Dangerous Knitter, I hope you all are still easin’ on down our dangerous knitting road. You didn’t swatch, did you? Believe me, I was tempted. Everyone here at the shop has been keeping me honest (grumble). They know how … Continue reading
Isn’t this a nice baby blanket? Rachael crocheted it out of Universal Cotton Supreme and Cotton Supreme Batik. The pattern, Chevron Baby Blanket, is free on Ravelry.
We did Epiphany a little differently this year. In the past, we’ve put a skein or two of yarn from our stash into a sealed bag. Then we all picked a bag and knit (or crochet) for that person with … Continue reading
Since we started carrying Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks that Rock, it has been our #1 go-to yarn for socks. When I asked for WIP photos, everyone recently sent me pictures of their Socks that Rock projects! All linked patterns … Continue reading
How cute is Erin in her Sky Scarf? Sky Scarf is a conceptual pattern in which the knitter completes two rows each day in yarn that matches the color of the sky (I think Erin used Vintage). The pattern is … Continue reading
We are mesmerized by the way Jessica’s Frolicking Feet yarn in Peacock is pooling with these chevron pattern. Berkshire Socks is a free pattern that would make the color flow on any variegated yarn.
Greetings Dangerous Knitter, I hope your dangerous knitting adventure is going swimmingly! I had so much fun throwing caution to the wind last month. It was very freeing to not stress out about gauge. Those of you who know me … Continue reading
Is this not a perfect match of yarn and Stitched by Sasha project bag? Jenn is working on Zigzagular Socks in Socks that Rock Lightweight in Spacedust. The pattern is free on Ravelry and works really well with multicolored yarn.
Barry’s scarf is a lovely exercise in texture. Knit in Malabrigo Worsted, the pattern Toasty Twisty is free on Ravelry. Boy, do we need two or three good scarves like this today!