My left hand is in a splint for the next few (2-6!!) weeks for tendinitis. Once I got over the ‘that means VERY LIMITED knitting!’ and the ‘why is it tendINitis’ when it’s a tendON that’s inflamed, I set out to figure out how one can continue our craft with this limitation, which is admittedly […]
Our variegated colorways are gorgeous in the skein, even prettier when wound, and absolutely stunning when knit. Here’s a sample of what each looks like. Please keep in mind that every device has different color settings, so while we’ve tried to represent the colors as accurately as possible, technology isn’t perfect! Click on a picture […]
Berets are timeless and hip, and this variegated spin on the classic beret is truly the tops.
Size: adult or child
Yarn: 1 skein of variegated Morehouse Merino 2-ply
Needles: double-pointed #3 or #4 (or you can use circular needles for the main part of the beret and switch as you decrease)
Our variegated Beret is shown here in Grape Juice. Also pictured in the gallery: PlumBush and Steps at Vethueil)
Knitting yarn comes in several shapes: on cones, wound into balls or as skeins (also called hanks). Skeins or hanks of yarn need to be wound into balls before knitting with them. Take the skein and find the place where the bundle is tied together. Make sure that none of the strands cross over at […]