New Twined knit Earflap cap pattern for sale on Ravelry!

I  finally got my pattern for Kathy’s Earflap Hat edited and up for sale on Ravelry! It is such a cute hat! And it includes twined knitting, which I adore! I can’t remember where I was first introduced to twined knitting but I immediately fell in love with the beautiful … Continue reading

New Mittens!

I just finished these beauties and even though we haven’t had 70 degree weather for 9 months I want it to be cold again right now so I can wear these mittens. These are knit in Harrisville Highland Light Shetland, which I found to be the perfect weight for Twined … Continue reading

Earflap hat with Twined Knitting

A while back a friend mentioned she wanted a classy, black, earflap hat to wear with her “good” coat. She showed my the ecru 1940s art deco style silk scarf that she wears with this coat. A lovely design is woven into the scarf and I decided to try to … Continue reading

Twined knit neck warmers

I’m still in love with twined knitting! These cowls/neckwarmers/headbands work up so quick and take very little yarn. The black is solid, the gold is slightly variegated. The blue is a mohair blended with shiny nylon. The beige and white is knit in alpaca and silk… verrrry soft and squishy! … Continue reading

More Twined Knitting with beads!

Finally some good photos of the twined mittens I knit. These were knit in Gems Merino sport weight and I used 5 different kinds of beads for the design. The beads in the cuff were knit in. . . the beads on the back of the hand were crocheted on. … Continue reading

Twined Knitting

Well, I must say I LOVE how this knittin looks. I even got used to spinning the ball of yarn to untwist it. For my recent birthday my family gave me the book “twined Knitting, a Swedish Folkcrafrt Technique”. It was too expensive for my blood but I love this … Continue reading

New knitting pattern available & a new love!

Charlotte’s Tam pattern is now available on my etsy site! I’ve made three of them now and they work up so nicely! The one shown on the pattern is knit  in Gale Woods Farm’s sock yarn and it was perfect. I knit another one using two skeins of  Mission Falls … Continue reading