Temperature Blanket Update February

Two months into the blanket and it’s still cold! Though last week another colour appeared so it feels encouraging that it’s warming up out there. A couple of weeks ago I had to unravel a few days as I’d used the wrong shade for the outline colour. I’d finished working on the Kaffe Fassett Zig […]

Penny Loves Kaffe Fassett

A request from Penny for a Kaffe Fassett design and, two months later, it’s on it’s way to her. I enjoyed making this; I always do when there is so much colour involved. And I have to say I’m pleased with the result, but then would expect nothing less from a Kaffe Fassett design. This […]

Temperature Blanket Update January

I’ve just finished the last square for this month and this is how my temperature blanket is looking so far. The thing I find quite difficult is letting the temperature decide which colour goes where. Yes, I know that’s the idea but I think I’ve worked out that I struggle not to be in control! […]

Where’s the Snow

So much snow has been promised and I feel for those who have had it and didn’t want it. But I wanted snow. No, I needed snow. A good covering of snow. Snow that covered the ground and the trees. Snow that made everything white and bright. Why? Well, my next pattern will be the […]

Temperature Blanket

For a few weeks I’ve been toying with the idea of whether to make a temperature blanket. It’s gone in and out of favour several times and now I’ve finally made a decision … … yes, I will! The project manager in me wanted to have everything organised and ready for a start date of […]

Sonny’s Blanket

This week I’ll be finalising the pattern for Sonny’s Blanket. I had a request from a customer asking if I would do a variation of Frank’s Blanket for a soon to be born baby. Part way through knitting Frank’s Blanket in neutral colours for the baby, she thought she’d also like to make another one […]

Cast on for TOASTY

This is the cast on method I use for TOASTY Super Chunky Lounge Socks. TOASTY socks are worked from the toe up and you should use your preferred method for this type of cast on. This is how I like to do it. I realise this is a lengthy post and I apologise if I’m […]