I’ve just released  Palmer. a breezy tank with subtle a-line shaping. My husband likes to spend his early mornings on the golf course when he can, and that’s actually (over the course of a summer) where we fell in love. Golf isn’t slow or boring–I think it all really depends who you’re with! 🙂 Today only, Palmer is 25% off on Ravelry with the code “onthegreen” Though all it’s been doing here is raining. Good for housework and knitting–notsomuch for… Read more »


I just released Nested, which is worked up in Western Sky Knits Willow Sport–the yardage on these skeins is amazing, and Kim is just incredible with her colors. So many of her colors look like home to me! Find it here. Some hints of upcoming work: simple, neutral, breezy, summer 😉


Oh, dear friends. There is nothing quite like letting your children run free at the ocean after a long winter! I took the girls to a local state park to photograph Popham. It was so wonderful to see them running loose, dancing with the waves, dipping their toes in the cold ocean! Popham is worked up in Quince & Co’s Chickadee, and it’s the perfect lightweight spring yarn. The ply and bounce is unbeatable, which is perfect for textures. Rebekah… Read more »


So I released one of my new favorite patterns,. They’re fast, lightweight, airy, and somewhat romantic. I think Melissa’s style is rubbing off on me a bit!   The first pair is worked up in The Plucky Knitter’s Primo Sport. Love this yarn, and I think it’s the perfect french grey! The second pair is worked up in my favorite local company’s Chickadee. Keep checking back, because I have another fun giveaway coming up soon!


The second Dani’s yarn showed up in my mailbox, I knew what it wanted to be. This yarn is smooth, substantial, and gorgeous. A bit sexy. Yarn, sexy? Yes. The dyework, done by Dani Sunshine of Brighton, England, UK, is just stunning. It’s subtle enough to show off any stitch pattern, yet variegated enough for visual interest. And this blue! Moonbeam-blue. Sigh. Dani’s shop is here.  And the Ravelry listing for the pattern is here. Enjoy! There’s still a few… Read more »