Nancy knitted her best friend’s wedding bouquet, how awesome is that?!! She used Cascade 220 and flowers from the Noni Flowers book by Nora Bellows. The photo was taken by Kristina Del Corro.
Using the Fish Hat designed by Thelma Egberts (Knitty – Winter 2008) and our very own “Southern Alberta Beefy yarn, Annie knitted and felted herself a fine, wearable MagiKarp! If you are interested in a catching a MagiKarp too, Ravelry has quite a few pages of inspiration here! Not sure if it will fit in …
Leslie made her daughter a gorgeous blanket from Uptown Worsted, embellished with vintage buttons from her grandmother’s button jar. and some love too! <3
Rose’s super sweet Gramps cardigan by tincan knits, knitted in Uptown Worsted for one lucky kid!!
Not only that, it’s Christina’s first lace project too! She knitted the Annis shawl by Susanna IC in some beautiful purple “Gloria” by Manos del Uruguay.
Annie’s socks, made with Hikoo Kenzie and her personal sock pattern!
We are so thrilled! Heidi Kirrmaier has graciously allowed us to display the samples from the new collection Strong and Free, which she Josée Paquin have designed! Be sure to stop in and check out these gorgeous Canadian themed designs, as we only have them in our clutches until Wednesday, September 27th at noon!
Our last finished object for March, and it’s a good one! This is Janette’s baby shawl. She used a vintage Shetland lace baby shawl pattern, and Wollmeise Lacegarn! Check out this close up!!
Our finished object is Judi’s Slip-Zag Cowl by Lisa Hannes! Judi modified it to make it smaller by casting on 180 stitches, and used 5 mm needles and 2 skeins of “Roslyn” from Cascade Yarns!
We got a new fibre friend! His name is Grendel, and he is a troll who is hoping “to dispel some of the myths about trolls.” From his bio: “Troll misbehaviour is grossly exaggerated. How often do you actually see documented evidence of a troll getting out of hand?” Grendel is a unique “Bragg Creekture” …