Category Archives: Patterns

Christmas Socks Are A Thing

In my family, Christmas socks are pretty much a requirement at Christmas. Once I showed up in insufficiently festive socks and was given socks to wear. So, for the last couple of Christmases I’ve been thinking I should make some … Continue reading

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The World Needs More Hats

Inexplicably, I always feel a vague sense of obligation to knit things for babies. I’m not sure why, since I’m sure babies don’t care, won’t remember and will outgrow everything in about twenty minutes. Anyway, last winter, in honour of … Continue reading

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Chain Link Socks

Exciting news y’all – I wrote a sock pattern! Chain Link Socks, published by Sweet Paprika, knit in their Messa di Voce yarn. As one might expect from an establishment called Sweet Paprika, they have a delicious orange. I’m a … Continue reading

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Work With What You Got

The August Civic Holiday is a lovely blank slate sort of holiday – a long weekend with no particular expectations about gifts, costumes, religion, family togetherness, patriotism, etc. that goes with most other holidays. This year, I celebrated with hats. … Continue reading

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