Friday, March 1, 2024

Our recently Completed Projects

Pattern: Petit Fours by Kirsten Holloway

Yarn: United by Queensland Collection

This sweet little crocheted bonnet will work up quickly and look precious on any little one. The pattern contains a couple of really fun stitches which will keep you interested and it comes in four sizes from newborn to 12-18 months.

Pattern: Jasper Blanket by Linda Whaley

Yarn: Appalachian Baby by Appalachian Baby Design


"Simple knit and purl patterns are placed in block stripes across the blanket and surrounded by a simple garter stitch border. If you can cast on, knit, purl and cast off you will be able to knit this blanket.

This knitting pattern includes four blanket sizes - a small square baby blanket that is perfect for small babies, buggies and car seats, and a longer rectangular baby blanket that is great for older babies at bedtime. The medium and large throws/afghans are perfect for cosy family snuggles on the sofa."

Pattern: Anthology Throw by Helen Stewart

Yarn: Simply Spectacular DK by Emma's and Smooshy Cashmere by Dream in Color


"The Anthology Throw is a circular, Pi-inspired project, big and versatile enough to work as a blanket or a generous wrap.Drape it over the couch for epic snuggle sessions or double it up into an extra-cosy shawl. Its sheer scale may seem daunting, but trust me, it’s so easy and comforting to make! Just knit, knit, knit in a circle, with eyelet rounds for increases and interest and a simple chevron lace border."

Our friend, Cheryl, knit her Anthology using various yarns by Dream in Color and Emma's.

Pattern: Seven Sisters Top by Sloane Lacasse

Yarn: Winqu Alqa by Marisol Yarn

A loose-fitting summer top knit in Marisol's beautiful 85% Tanguis Cotton, 15% Silk yarn, this sweater is the perfect versatile piece. It can be worn alone in warm weather or under a jacket on a cooler day. The pattern includes sizes XS to XXL.

Thanks to our friend Carla for modeling!