Hoping that this holiday season is full of goodness and joy for you and yours! Merry Christmas and see you in 2017! xo
Recently I designed and created this little outfit as a custom order for photographer Tamara Nelson of Gypsy Corner Photography. I’ve done a few scottish themes in the past but have never seen them portrayed quite as lovely as this!
Managed to make a few things this week. I was pretty excited about some of the fabrics I got to work with – I’ve been looking forward to designing with them!
In some ways I look forward to the colder months that keep us inside. Chilly days spent inside by the wood stove – it’s the perfect time to get inspired and start creating more regularly again! (Also time to start thinking of Christmas gifts we can make!!) Attached here are a Highland doll outfit that was a custom order this past couple weeks and a new little sweater with apple stuffy toys.
For some odd reason I get motion sickness while reading in the car but I can knit for hours and it doesn’t bother me at all… It’s an anomaly but I’ll take it! I love having something to occupy me and make the trip go fast. I finished up this wee sweater on my last road trip of the summer. (Oh and I also included some pics of a couple dresses I finished up this week as well.)
HAPPY first day of September friends!!!
It’s been eons since I’ve had time to create – I realize this makes me a terribly inconsistent blogger… But vat can I do ven life is to be lived!? One day… One day, I’ll have all the time in the world to knit and sew! (I know I’m only dreaming, but a girl’s gotta have a dream right?!)
Learn how to knit with these simple step by step instructions for beginners. This five page FREE downloadable PDF is the perfect way to start learning!
I’ve had my free learn-to-crochet instructions available for a long time and I’ve been working on creating a similar printable for learning to knit. I finally finished all the drawings and graphics today – Phew! I personally found knitting a little harder to learn than crochet but so rewarding in the end. The stitches are smaller, more delicate and require a bit of finesse but once you’ve mastered this craft you will never regret it. And add to that the rhythm of knitting is ultra relaxing. I hope you find these useful and you enjoy!
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CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD –> Simple Illustrated Knitting Instructions