I'll be back.

Hello old and new friends. My blog has been inactive but I am still around. I loom-knit, weave and have picked up the sticks to needle knit, too! My patterns page links to Ravelry and I will answer questions about those. Maybe someday I will be back to write more. We will see where life takes me.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010


With a rush of last-minute entries — mine included — Threadknits reached the end of the skein at midnight Tuesday.

RED threadknit
RED was my finale project. You can read about the process on my Threadknits submission page. This one is all mine.

So I wrote up, cast on, knit, cursed, frogged, knit some more, bound off, seamed, tweaked and embellished seven projects. You've heard all about most of them before either here, Facebook, Flickr or Threadless. A quick recap :

Sock Battle mittens
I finished the Sock Battle mittens the weekend before the deadline. I'm really happy with how I captured the characters created by Kasey Loman in her Threadless design. You can read more about them on the entry page. This one will head to the shop soon.

Horror in Romantic Comedies hat Yeah Attitude mittens done! More RGB
Hello in There! threadknit hat Woolly hat 2.0
1. Horror in Romantic Comedies hatEntry | Etsy
2. Yeah Attitude mittensEntry | Etsy
3. RGB hatEntry | Etsy
4. Hello in There toddler hatEntry | Etsy
5. Woolly hatEntry | Etsy

But enough about my stuff. I want to share some of my favorite entries in this contest. These knitters and crocheters just blew me away with their talent. (This is in no particular order.)

And this is just the tip of the iceberg. I could go on and on. Instead, I'm just going to tell you to head over to Threadknits gallery and check them out. Can you predict the winners?

1 comment:

  1. I love your Red inspired knitt! It's so awesome! I might just be inspired myself!
    Way to go! ^_^