Beautiful colourwork socks by Debbie, using Drops “Nord” yarn!
Look at this gorgeous donation for our Mitten Tree! We are so thankful for each and every one of you generous souls!
Annie made “Martinique” mittens (pattern by Fiona Alice) out of “Nuture” by Julie Asselin. She knitted them bigger and then fulled them. You would not believe how soft they are!
Remember Meghan’s adorable little sweater? Well now it has a matching hat and a few knitted hat friends.
Sarah and her in progress “Indiana Afghan” by Tinna Thórudóttir Thorvaldsdóttir. We can’t wait to see the finished project!
Check out Annie’s X-Ray mittens! Knitted in our favourit Jamieson & Smith 2 Ply Jumperweight. The pattern is X-Ray by Marjukka Vuorisalo, and you can download it right here!
This is Meghan’s adorable little baby sweater! She crocheted it from a personal pattern, and used Sirdar Country Classic Worsted yarn. We think it’s too sweet for words!
Our friend, Alison made these fabulous “anatomically correct” socks. Meaning each toe is shaped correctly to the toes on each foot, which means you have both a right and a left sock! Alison found some red darning thread was more than equal to the task of labelling each sock. If you’d like to try some …
This is Ruth’s Ashford Rigid Heddle loom, all warped up and ready to go. We thought you’d love to have a little peek at Ruth’s peaceful weaving spot. We really love how her loyal companion is keeping an eye on things too!
This sweet little sweater and hat were knitted by Rena. She used DROPS Merino Extra Fine for the sweater, and some matching sock yarn for the hat. She topped it off with some adorable ice cream cone buttons.