Wavy stripes! Wavelength comes in two sizes – a shorter version for those who like to wear their cowls close to their neck, and a long version that you can wear loose or doubled up for extra warmth.
Athena is a semi-circular shawl designed to include all of my favorite things: worsted weight yarn, garter stitch, stripes, and ribbing. Wear it scrunched up around your neck or draped around your shoulders, and have fun choosing the colors – there are so many great combinations!
This sweater is a love letter to New Mexico, in knitted form.
Named after the county in Texas where I live, Harris was designed to be a simple shoulder cover, perfect for a little extra warmth in the most air conditioned city in the country.
Vomit is fine as long as it’s rainbow colored, right?
When I crossed the Multnomah county line, heading to Portland, OR, I looked at the landscape speeding by outside my window, then down at the knitting I had in my hands, and the colors were the same. And right then I knew my shawl had a name.
When I was a freshman in high school I went to a thrift store and bought myself a couple of old men’s vests. Lately I’ve found myself missing them. Like a good knitter, I decided to make my own. And I’m calling it High Street.
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