The Halyard Shawl

I can’t tell you how much fun I found this pattern. Between the color change yarn and the simple, but not boring pattern, I really enj [...]

Woof! Socks

A friend gifted me a sock pattern from Knit Picks that I just fell in love with (because my other friend designed it) but the problem was, I [...]

Deep Red Shawl

This shawl is made of yarns given to me by friends. It’s nice when gifted yarn yields something so special – I really love it. T [...]

Woohoo for Baby Blankets

I make these when I drive – YEP – You read that correctly. BUT not when I’m moving, just at traffic lights, train crossing [...]

Valentine tin recycle

Lucky enough to receive a really pretty tin, it’s now holding my floss for a nice little canvas project…     [...]

Creamy Dreamy Shawl

This pattern is the South Bay Shawlette by Lion Brand Yarn done up in Malabrigo Lace in Natural. I love to make this shawl in this yarn, it& [...]

French Black Shawl

Quick project but so many ends to weave in.  This was a free pattern over at Cascade Yarns and for the yarn and pattern details, my Ravelry [...]

Piquant

In my effort to complete the 12 Shawls in 2013, I try to get ahead in January so I can break from shawls to make holiday gifts later in the [...]

Shawl of Coins & Cables

LOVED this cabling pattern – very relaxing but not so much that it was boring. It was a free pattern on Elann.com, Coin Lace and Cable [...]

Shawl of Happy

One again it’s time to start my shawls for the shawl group I belong it. It was previously named so you would make the same shawls as t [...]

A year of Shawls

Year 3 …………… Year 2 …………… Year 1 …………… [...]

”Master gave Zoey clothing.”

It’s true – Zoey is a free house elf now! Since we moved the sofa away from the front window to make room for the Christmas tree [...]

A Christmas Poem for Knitters

I’m not a poet, but I just wanted to share my poem. I think it sums up that rush for the finish we all seem to share this time of year [...]

Cherry Blossom Scarf

This finished scarf is for sale in my etsy shop and the pattern is for sale here in the pattern section. I love it in red, so pretty. [...]

Colorful Coasters

I really liked the Coffee flower coasters pattern. When I made these, they weren’t big enough so I decided to add a few more rows in p [...]

Fragile Sunshine

The Fragile Heart shawl pattern by Boo Knits was a nice knit. Picot bind off – who knew? Took a long time to do, but worth it (seems y [...]

Black Striped Noro Sweater

I’m allergic to new and unwashed Noro  – badly.  So, of course I must make a Noro sweater while I have a sinus infection. Make [...]

Rasta Neckwarmer

This was a very fast and easy project from Malabrigo Book Three. I wanted to try Rasta yarn for a while but it’s expensive to buy and [...]

Crocheted Basketball Net

Our basketball net from Sports Authority lasted @ 1 month and fell apart I was irritated to say the least. Sub par product   This I fou [...]

Colorful Noro Granny Scarf

Made from Noro leftovers and Paton’s Kroy (held double) I made a stash buster scarf that will look great with my winter coat. Modifica [...]

Nacho Granny’s Scarf – Crochet Pattern

Who loves the Granny Square? I do! I do! The first crochet I learned was from magazines called Granny Squares and I loved these books. Did y [...]

Playing in the China Hutch

During a recent visit to my father’s he mentioned a dish set he wanted to part with that came off his sailboat, which he no longer has [...]

Autumn Diamonds Scarf

I wanted to try Mini-Mochi for a long time, so I picked up 2 skeins from Jimmy Beans Wool and used the Diamond Exchange pattern to make it. [...]

A 3rd venetian Carnival cowl?

I do tend to make the same patterns over and over and over… I guess patterns are a bit like books, recipes or even friends – som [...]

Venetian Carnival Cowl Pattern

Find it on Etsy Find it on Ravelry You only need 1-skein of Madelintosh Merino Light (or a nice sock yarn) To make this one. I love that! Un [...]

Venetian Carnival testing is wrapping up…

Testing is just about complete and the pattern should be out on or near August 15th. I will make it available here, so I hope you check back [...]

Venetian Carnival – New Crochet pattern

This is the Venetian Carnival cowl. A new crochet pattern coming end of August in time for Fall. Recommended yarn: 2 skeins Malabrigo Lace ( [...]

A Doily Rug for My Sister

My sister saw some doily rugs on Etsy or Pinterest, made from tshirts or that tshirt yarn and asked me if I could make one. I tried to find [...]

Aqua Peasant Shawl

This was a project I hoped to make on a recent car trip we went on, but I was too car sick and nothing was helping this time. The yarn is Wo [...]

Camp Loopy – project #2

For challenge #2 I made an everyday sweater, in white. I know, 2 white sweaters in a month? That’s absurd – you betchur sweet ya [...]

A few more stitch markers…

Some stitch markers, went up in the Etsy shop… [...]

Camp Loopy Poject #2

Why did I pick a white yarn again? Hmmm…. Hope that’s not going to be a problem. The trick may be some colorful stitch markers t [...]

Uncommon Ground Hoodie (minus the hood)

This was a fun pattern, the Common Ground hoodie, and I chose Cascade 200 regular (yes, the felting kind because I live on the edge). I had [...]

Blooming

I enjoyed the Hemlock Ring so much, I couldn’t put it down – so it was done in a matter of days. Great pattern! Looks like you s [...]

Blue Memory Shawl

As part of Camp Loopy 2012, here is my Project #1. A crocheted shawl and the pattern is Recuerdos de infancia (Childhood Memories?). Easy an [...]

Red & Tan Shawl

This crocheted red and tan shawl is made from various gifts of threads I’ve received over time from some lovely friends. The body is a [...]

Momijigari Shawl/Scarf

This long but narrow shawl I’ll probably use as a scarf. The pattern, Momijigari by Beth Kling, is pretty simple, but the stitch coun [...]

Some stitch markers…

I love to make stitch markers, but rarely have the time to drag it all out and get going. I really spread my crafts out when I work on somet [...]

Happy Birthday Kristie

A Holden Shawlette for my lunch buddy in Malabrigo sock. The border is done with leftovers of the same yarn in similar colors. [...]

The Ladrada Shawl

Never having made a shawl from the edge up, I decided to give this one a go. This is the Ledrada Shawl by Mer Almagro made in Wollmeise. The [...]

Basketweave baby blanket

This is just a simple basket weave blanket for a co-worker, due in August. The yarn is Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly from Michaels in a [...]

Espresso Shawl

This is for me, the Holden Shawlette in Malabrigo sock inn a rich brown called Cordovan. I did some math before I began and extended the bod [...]

Dainty Mary Janes

A friend at work asked for baby booties for her expectant friend, so we settled on this cute pattern and she just loved them. The yarn is Be [...]

Zoey’s leash

You may remember Zoey, our sweet little rescue dog who loves my knitting (she’s showed her love for it many times over). Remember her? [...]

Denim Cardigan

This has to be the most practical sweater I’ve ever made and I can’t believe the pattern was free. Yes, a free pattern. It’ [...]

Special Olympics Scarves

What a great idea, really. [...]

Black Cherry Scarf

I tend to make some of the same things over and over and that’s when I know people might also enjoy the pattern. If I can’t make [...]

Welcome Zoey

We have a new addition to our family since last Saturday from Fur Angels Rescue – Meet Zoey. She’s so sweet and gentle, I can [...]

Robin’s Egg Afghan

This WIP has been “In progress” since February 2009. In my own defense, it’s pretty hot here to be stitching together a he [...]

Solme Cowl test

Completed this morning a test of the Solme Cowl, soon to come out from Cindy Dell. I just love all the cables and how beautiful it looks in [...]

Blossomy Scarf Pattern

The Blossomy scarf has 2 fun motifs, a very simple body and so much elegance. Shown is fingering weight and sock yarns to make the scarf pic [...]

WHO has a new Kindle Cover?

Well, I almost do. I was working on a Kindle cover pattern test for someone, and once I completed that, I thought if I changed it a little, [...]

Creative Block

While I have my new pattern in testing, with a lovely group of people, I usually take this time to cast on something and pass the time while [...]

Blossomy – a new pattern coming soon

I have a new pattern being tested right now that should be out before the month is over. It’s not a hard pattern, but has enough twist [...]

Merry Christmas from MyDailyFiber!

I’m on a bit of a hiatus now doing other things for the holidays, like baking, decorating and traveling. Early, I know, but I don̵ [...]

Christmas sweater completed :)

It’s done and I wore it already. It’s dreamy and bright enough to lead Santa’s sleigh! Best part – it’s even b [...]

A Christmas sweater for me

I’m enjoying this yarn quite a bit but then, does Malabrigo make any yarn that isn’t fun to work with?     [...]

Thanksgiving may be over, but I’m still thankful

Over the years I’ve learned to simplify my Thanksgiving a bit by using more out of the box foods and enjoying the meal more. I still s [...]

Florida Keys and knitting

I don’t know if people knit here because my public knitting, which not many people bat an eye to at home, has gotten some weird looks [...]

Aquamarine Frill

Ok, I admit it, when I write a new pattern I make it over and over. At least you know I wouldn’t publish something I don’t enjoy [...]
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