How cute is this hat? And fast to knit as well. Should I add a pom pom, or leave it as is? It’s just 2 inches of ribbed stitch and then 7 1/2 or 8 inches of seed stitch. It’s a bit slouchy and not overpoweringly hot to wear.
This scarf was done with self stripping yarn and came out sort of like a Navaho design since it was done on big needles. It’s all knit stitch, so again, super fast to knit.
I’ve been loving this scarf from afar for weeks so I finally made one. Warm and stylish to keep out the winter chills. It’s super easy to make with dk weight yarn and #9 needles.
Here’s an easy knitting project using one skein of Loops & Thread “Huge” yarn in color “Mountain”, (love the color) knit in the round on #35 round needles. It’s super fast, super big and super warm!
Make sure you leave enough yarn to bind off your stitches. Turn it inside out. Weave in the ends (I just used my fingers, didn’t even need a tapestry needle). That’s it.
Another Anthropologie catalog, another chance to magically find some rabbits. This time bunnies are leaping off the page in every direction. Who could guess you could find bunnies in wine glasses and chandeliers? It’s all in the way you frame it. Once you find an eye, the rest all follows.
RIP Jackie (Jackie Pants Princess Jellybean), woman’s best freind; a sweet, smart and funny spirt gone too soon. As my sisiter always said ‘she was good medicine’.
You might remember a few years ago I shared the magic cardinal finder with you. This was an innovative tool for finding cardinals hiding in unsuspecting upscale catalogs. Recently I discovered the magic rabbit finder and have been having a ball setting it loose on the most currant edition of the Anthropologie catalog, House and Home edition. (Truly, of what use are these publications except to taunt me into buying stuff I don’t need with money I don’t have!)