an irish knit odyssey
Nóinín Beret pattern is now available for purchase.
The beret, available in three sizes and shown here in medium, is suitable for a child or adult, depending on how you prefer to wear the hat. 68 more words
2 months, 1 week
I like beads, I like Christmas trees, and I like hats.
Here is my newest design, featured in the brand spanking new online knitting magazine… 139 more words
3 months, 1 week
MarvelKnits, reasoning with wool
I did it, I spend the last hours of 2014 figuring out how to finish Peabody Sweater!
I was right, oof!, it’s pretty tight. This was clearly knit at a time when I was not yet appreciating wearing ease much. 542 more words
3 months, 2 weeks
I done did it:
A kilo of Donegal Heather aran weight Irish grown and spun yarn in a perfect shade of greyish blue.
So good for the colours of my face! 764 more words
4 months, 1 week
I don’t generally do ‘reviews’ in the traditional sense, but maybe I should? We’ll see. Anyway I loved this Irish yarn, Hedgehog Fibres Sock, so much I felt I had to write a review of it, so here goes… 502 more words
5 months, 3 weeks
Róisín, meaning little rose, is a common girl’s name here in Ireland and perfectly suited to this ice-cream coloured shawl with a seemingly intricate rose patterned lace-edging. 112 more words
8 months, 2 weeks
I confess, hands up, I’ve been hoarding yarn. But It’s got a little out of hand. I’m a little addicted to the dublin dye company… 208 more words
9 months, 1 week